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More Inclusivity Needed In People's Movements

Maalini Ramalo, Director of Social Protection, Development of Human Resources for Rural Areas (DHRRA) | Gopal Kishnam, General Secretary, National Union of Transport Equipment and Allied workers in Malaysia (NUTEAIW) | Aaron Denison, Demokrat Kebangsaan

24-Aug-21 18:00

More Inclusivity Needed In People's Movements

A recent article by S. Arutchelvan from Parti Sosialis Malaysia calls for political movements here to better reflect the needs of every Malaysian. We unpack this by first looking at the concerns of the rakyat who live and work outside of our urban centres. Then, we discuss the needs of workers, especially in the context of a difficult year. Finally, youth movements are viewed as the future - but how can they be more inclusive?

Image Source: Esmonde Yong & Amirul Muiz, Unsplash

Produced by: Alia Zefri, Tasha Fusil, Azlyna Mohd Noor

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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Categories:  PoliticsSocial Issueslaw & legal matters

Tags:  Evening EditionParti Sosialis MalaysiaProtestsPolitical MovementsRural DevelopmentLabour RightsUnionsYouth





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