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Before you join

Why join MPOZ?

  • Organise a broad range of political events with contacts from unions, CSOs, NGOs and student collectives
  • Broaden your political horizons with contact work and political discussions
  • Access to an archive of historical and contemporary readings on Malaysian politics, history and philosophy
  • Stand up and be counted by actively contributing to political discussions around the future of Malaysia
  • Help other Malaysians in building their own political voices and in their welfare while they are in Australia

Things you can help with

  • Organising Malaysiaku events
  • Contact work and partnerships with other grassroots organisations
  • Contributing to political discussions in events
  • Create campaigns that address the welfare needs of Malaysians in Australia
  • Social media and audio/visual content creation
  • Website maintenance


1. Read our Points of Agreement

You must familiarise yourself with the Points of Agreement. These Points outline the position of MPOZ on various socioeconomic issues affecting Malaysia and Australia.

Points of Agreement
2. Fill in this form
Just write a few sentences (~100 words) about why you want to join our organisation.
3. Interviews, appointment and induction

After you submit your application, we'll review your application. We'll contact you within 1 week from receiving your application.

There is no formal dress code for this interview. The purpose of the interview is to get to know you and your political viewpoints better, in a casual setting.

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MPOZ acknowledges the traditional owners of the land we meet on -

  • the Gadigal people of the Euroa Nation,
  • the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation
  • and the Ngambri people of the Ngunnawal Nations.

We pay respect to the Elders both past and present and extend that respect to other Indigenous Australians past, present and emerging.

The land was never ceded, and the struggle for Aboriginal recognition continues today. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.