Tag: malaysiaku

What You Had to Say on #MalaysiaBaru

Thanks to everyone who came to our first meeting of the semester on #MalaysiaBaru. This session was a little different to our usual format in that it was much more audience-led, and we were glad to see that it did not prevent the audience from raising a wide range of pertinent points on the performance of the new Pakatan government and the role of activists such as ourselves today.

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Malaysiaku Friday Night Discussions!

Everyone is welcome at MPOZ’s fortnightly discussion group. Learn the politics and history you were never taught at school! Cut past the hype in the news! There’s no smarter way to spend your Friday evening (by which we mean, you will leave the room feeling a lot smarter). No political experience required, we promise!

In Melbourne, Malaysiaku is held every other Friday at 6pm, at the Kathleen Syme Library (next to the Melb Uni tram stop). Snacks, drinks and prayer spaces are always provided! All welcome.

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Summary of RUU355 Meeting

Many thanks to Dr Kerstin Steiner for agreeing to speak at our Malaysiaku meeting in Melbourne last Friday. Dr Steiner specialises in Islamic Law in Southeast Asia and has written extensively on the topic. You can check out her work here: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/law/staff/profile?uname=KSteiner

We would like to apologise for not having a live stream of Malaysiaku as per usual, on request from Dr Steiner. We’ve decided to write up a summary of the talk to make up for it, and we’ve included some of our and the audience’s thoughts.

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