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Pengajaran dari Covid-19: Memikirkan Semula Piawaian Perumahan Bagi Pekerja Migran di Malaysia

Pekerja migran adalah antara komuniti yang paling terdedah semasa pandemik. Kami meninjau keadaan ruang hidup pekerja migran dan membincangkan implikasinya terhadap dasar pada masa kini.


Covid-19 Lessons: Rethinking Housing Standards For Migrant Workers In Malaysia

Migrant workers are among the most vulnerable in a pandemic. We look at current migrant workers living space standards and discuss implications for policy today.


Adakah Denda Sama Rata atau Penjara Wajar Sebagai Hukuman PKP?

Ke arah hukuman yang lebih adil dan saksama, kami menyarankan konsep penetapan denda berdasarkan pendapatan bagi kesalahan pelanggaran PKP.


Are Flat Fines and Jail Time Fair MCO Punishment?

Towards fairer and more proportionate penalties for MCO violations, we explore the concept of scaling fines based on income.


Being Tough and Being Just During the Covid-19 MCO

A call for fair and proportionate responses towards Movement Control Order (MCO) offenders.


Malaysia Perlu Pendekatan Baru Untuk Tangani Masalah Ucapan Kebencian

Cadangan kami untuk dasar penyelesaian yang lebih menyeluruh.

Research

In-depth Explorations


Part 2: When Do Malaysians Support The Death Penalty?

How does support for the death penalty change, if at all, across different crimes and situations? We asked this question and more in an extensive survey undertaken pre-MCO.


Part 1: Do Malaysians Really Support The Death Penalty?

How strong is the support for the death penalty amongst Malaysians and what drives it? We asked this question and more in an extensive survey undertaken pre-MCO.


Laksana Virus: Wajah Ungkapan Benci di Malaysia Semasa Covid-19

Masa-masa krisis sering meningkatkan emosi dan ketegangan antara kaum. Dengan Twitter sebagai ukuran, kami meneliti ungkapan benci berbaur perkauman semasa penularan Covid-19 di Malaysia untuk melihat kesan wabak tersebut atas perpaduan masyarakat.


Like a Virus: How Racial Hate Speech Looks Like in Malaysia During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Times of crisis amplify emotion and tension between groups. With Twitter as a gauge, we take a look at racial speech during Malaysia’s Covid-19 outbreak and ponder the importance of addressing hate during extraordinary times.