A global coalition of Malaysian student organisations worldwide. Our mandate is to act as the global leader and representative body of Malaysian students, both serving and leading Malaysian students worldwide.
For a large part of history, men dominated the top of the food chain when it came to achieving a successful career – while women were relegated to staying at home. Today, women are realising their potentials and breaking barriers left and right to emerge as high-achievers.
In line with the overarching theme of ‘Malaysia of Tomorrow : Equality and Reform’, the focus of the Advocacy Department for Quarter 1 would be to advocate for closing the gap that exists in terms of gender equality.
In a male dominated career, as of February 2019, women represent only 24.3 percent of all national parliamentarians in the world. Let’s bring this issue closer to home and unravel this topic even further.
Increasing insights on cases of police brutality globally showed me, and the world at large, that when power is given to the wrong people with lack of scrutiny, things can get ugly real quick.
KPMG first established a presence in Malaysia in 1928 and has grown to be a part of the global success of KPMG's international network of member firms. We provide professional services in Audit, Tax and Advisory across a wide range of industries, government and non profit sectors.
RHB Group is a multinational regional financial services provider committed to deliver complete solutions to our clients through differentiated segment offerings and an ecosystem that supports simple, fast and seamless customer experience, underpinned by cohesive and inspired workforce and relationship built with stakeholders.
Sunway University is a leading not-for-profit private university committed to the pursuit of education through scholarship, research and enterprise. It is ranked among the top 2% of universities in Asia and rated as a 5-star institution by Quacquarelli Symonds. The University has also been awarded a 5-star rating in the SETARA 2017 assessment of Malaysian Higher Education Institutions.
The Center for Asia Leadership Initiatives (CALI) is a group of non-profit international organizations established in 2014 with the purpose of addressing business, social, and policy challenges in Asia through research, development, training, and publications. The Center currently runs under the guidance of 15 dedicated and social-minded stewards from 9 countries, working out of offices in Boston, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Tokyo, and Manila.