“Freedom of Expression: Are Malaysian Youths Ready?”
9 July 2013, 10.00 am to 1.00 pm
Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus, Jalan Taylors, Subang Jaya.
We will be discussing on a very pertinent issue that has been lingering in the minds of the younger generation nowadays – freedom of expression. What does freedom mean to youth today?
Any inquiry please call Dr Teh or Arlene or Pick Ching or Taqinah at 03- 7805 4760
Ahmad Fuad Rahmat is the managing editor for www.projekdialog.com, Malaysia’s leading online venue for critical interfaith and intercultural discussions in Bahasa. He is also a co-ordinator at the Centre for Independent Journalism and a co-host for Night School, a show on BFM radio that explores fundamental concepts in the humanities and the social sciences. He was trained in political philosophy.
Ihsan Hassan ialah salah seorang pustakawan Buku Jalanan (Shah Alam) dan arkitek muda yang sedang berenang di lautan kapitalisme dengan penuh hati-hati. Cenderung menelusuri pelbagai disiplin lain, beliau telah terlibat dengan projek dokumentari M-C-M’:Utopia Milik Siapa?, instalasi tentang ruang awam di Barricade:7th KL Triennial dan projek komuniti seperti Padang Jawa Street Arts Festival. Beliau juga menulis tentang isu-isu urbanisme dan senibina di akhbar mahasiswa di Universiti Malaya, Susur Reka.
Nor Arlene Tan heads the research and strategy of Global Peace Festival Malaysia, and writes for Projek Dialog. She was involved in policy research at the Centre For Public Policy Studies (CPPS) and had volunteered with ASEAN humanitarian taskforce. She
Amanda Leonie has been involved with the empowerment process of youth through various capacity building. As a university student, she was an active member in the Catholic Student movement, which promotes human rights advocacy and solidarity among marginalized groups in society.