KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing on The Child (Amendment) Bill 2015

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[ Policy Matters ] – KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing on
The Child (Amendment) Bill 2015

Organised by Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU)

Date: 23 March 2016 (Wednesday)
Time: 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Venue: Parliament

Panel Moderator: Ampang MP, Zuraida Kamaruddin

Panel of presenters: 

  1. Sharmila Sekarajasekaran, Chairperson of Voice of the Children (VoC)
  2. Melissa Mohd Akhir, Senior Advocacy Officer, Women’s Centre for Change (WCC) Penang

NGOs:

Melur Natasya Saufi, Protect and Save the Children (P.S. The Children)

Andi Suraidah Bandy, Legal Officer, Sisters in Islam,.

Lainey Lau, Advocacy Officer, Women’s Aid Organisation

Goh Siu Lin, President, Association of Women Lawyers

Suguna Papachan, Assistant Secretary, Persatuan Sahabat Wanita Selangor

 

Ooi Heng

Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU)
or Political Studies for Change (KPRU)

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KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing on The Companies Bill 2015

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[ Policy Matters ] – KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing on
The Companies Bill 2015

Organised by Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU)

Date: 22 March 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Venue: Parliament

Panel Moderator: Kelana Jaya MP, Wong Chen

Panel of Speakers:
1) Wong Tat Chung, Co Chairperson, Corporate and Commercial Law Committee (CCLC), Bar Council.

2) Jeremiah Gurusamy, Co Chairperson of CCLC

 

Ooi Heng

Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU)
or Political Studies for Change (KPRU)

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KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing on Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing

[ Policy Matters ] – KPRU Parliamentary Policy Briefing on
Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): Review of MDG achievements & potential of SDGs

Organised by Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU)

The panel presentations will be descriptive, comprehensive as well as critical on the theme with the view of ensuring Malaysia is able to meet the targets based on international compliance as set by the goals, targets and indicators.

Date: 14 March 2016 (Monday)
Time: 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Venue: Parliament

Panel Moderator: Selayang MP, William Leong Jee Keen

Panel of Speakers:
Review of MDG Achievements: Dr Lin Mui Kiang (PROHAM & Former UN Consultant

SDGs and the Global Agenda: Dr Ying Hooi Khoo Senior Lecturer, University Malaya

Policy Implications from a gender perspective: Ms Ivy Josiah (PROHAM)

Policy Implications from 11th Malaysia Plan & SDG perspectives for Malaysia: Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria (PROHAM & KITA-UKM)

 

Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): Review of MDG achievements & potential of SDGs

MDGs were introduced by the UN between 2000 & 2015 with 8 goals. The Federal Government launch the Malaysia MDG Report 2015 on Feb 23, 2016. There is a need to note the achievements and also recognize the shortcoming to enable us to plan for the next level of implementation.

The global community agreed to the SDGs on Sept 25, 2015 at the UN New York Assembly. The SDG are for 2016 to 2030. There are 17 goals and as a nation we are working out the details for the implementation and monitoring of these. The 11th Malaysia Plan’s inclusive development, green growth and focus on the B40 have some direct relevance, however there are some critical concerns too for from a human rights and sustainability agenda.

 

Ooi Heng

Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU)
or Political Studies for Change (KPRU)

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