The role of Jurist Malaya Initiative is to open the space for truly public intellectual work.
Meet one of Malaysia's most prominent social activist at the Australian National University.
Analysing the process of 'Othering' in Malaysia, between Muslims and non-Muslims, and citizens and non-citizens.
What would the impact of 'cultural dakwah' be in universalising Islam in Malaysia?
Outstation....is to get people talking about their experiences, motivations, hopes and dreams, for themselves and for Malaysia.
One must never fail to notice the clear pattern of authoritarian rule that runs all the way back to the founding years of the nation.
The Malaysian electoral authoritarian regime has hardened in its attitude and actions toward media freedom in various “waves” since reformasi.
Putting a human face to the Malaysian Indians who are struggling for their democratic rights.
A new dawn in ecological politics in Malaysia as green activism makes a comeback and gains significant ground.
In facilitating KL112, Pakatan Rakyat have created new myths that would solidify its presence in the memories or 'imagery' of Malaysians positively.
Why do Muslims continue to believe and rely on legislation to get them to heaven?
In Malaysia, consumer habits aligned with aspirational piety form just another disciplinary mode to reinforce the boundary markers of identity.
Did Mahathir plant the seeds to the current opposition coalition through his draconian measures to, ironically, stifle the opposition?
Women are a focal point in Malaysian politics today, with some recent discussion of their ability as voters to decide election outcomes. But this has not translated into their increased representation at a political level.