Saturday, 08 May 2021


41. GBM Charter
... to eradicate poverty, end marginalization and ensure the welfare of the People. Any affirmative action should be based on needs and not ethnicity.   8. Environment Strive towards a society in ...
Thursday, 26 January 2012
42. Still dreaming of a Malaysia to call Home
(Jati Diri/A Relevant Life)
... we share with each and every other Malaysian citizen around us. Every Malaysian is a brother or sister to his/her fellow Malaysian; and as such the qualms we have about the poverty and injustice we see ...
Sunday, 21 August 2011
... or Muslim mark them out for special discrimination and marginalisation. Some will make it and escape poverty but the majority will remain severely disadvantaged unless there is a dramatic reversal in state ...
Saturday, 13 August 2011
44. WOW! Only 108 left?
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
...  Guess if you use a very, very low benchmark to measure poverty [or for that matter anything], success can be acclaimed overnight! Voila!! - there you have it – “Blue Ocean” strategic thinking ...
Monday, 28 March 2011
... daughters of soiled women. The trauma, impact and living on abject poverty by the women was for me most unbearable. It hurt too much. The look of hopelessness, fear and anxiety just pierced ...
Thursday, 06 January 2011
... problem of illegal immigrants in Sabah, causing the Sabah population to multiply from some 400,000 during the formation of Malaysia in 1963 to over three million Poverty in Sabah – instead of eradication ...
Wednesday, 07 July 2010
47. Penan - More rape cases uncovered
(Compass Points/Letters)
... in 2000.  The SUHAKAM Report (2007) on Penan in Ulu Belaga highlights the abject poverty in which many Penan communities live and states clearly that the Sarawak state government, as the primary duty bearer, ...
Tuesday, 06 July 2010
48. Senior MBPJ officials own low-cost flats
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... of poverty eradication Dr Xavier Jeyakumar said the policy still stands. "The state government’s policy on first-time ownership of low-cost units has not changed, and any exemption by the housing department ...
Sunday, 23 May 2010
49. What they don’t tell you
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... remain in that poverty cycle. And we all meet at weddings, and the wedding cost will let us know how that relative got on with life. Council workers are just part of a large family of workers ...
Thursday, 29 April 2010
50. 'People first' hypocrisy
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... proper retrenchment compensation only results in poverty, she asserts   The one major crime Alice committed in her 23 years was to buy a house. Five years later now, she is not only in almost ...
Wednesday, 21 April 2010
51. In Focus
First hand accounts of Poverty and Vunerable Groups and Individuals ...
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