ABOUT US

What we stand for

MPOZ members fall back on progressive politics when analysing and responding to political events in Malaysia. We go about our activities in MPOZ with the aim of winning young Malaysians to these positions.

If you agree with what you see here, we can’t wait to meet you and we’d love it if you would consider joining us.

Social Democracy

The purpose of government is to maintain a basic standard of living for every person, citizen or not, within its borders.

Workers’ Rights

The working class is the backbone of modern society. Their labour is the source of both the goods and services everybody depends on, and the profits that business owners and governments try to accumulate.

Sexual Rights

The state has no right to interfere in matters of gender identity. Gender identity is not a threat to our “morals”.

Education & Children’s Rights

We fight to protect the rights of all children, including children born out of wedlock, stateless children and adopted children of same-sex couples.

Anti-Racism

We are categorically opposed to all racial or religious supremacist ideologies, and any laws and organisations based on them. They cannot be the founding basis of a functioning society.

Freedom of Speech & Expression

We are absolutely for the maximum right to freedom of speech, expression and assembly. The purpose of these freedoms is to enable the oppressed to speak up against the powerful. 

Freedom of Worship

We defend the freedom of belief, worship and peaceful practice for all religions, including Jews and Shia Muslims, as well as the right to have no religion at all.

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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.