In today’s Community Corner, let’s revisit /ba·ca/ with New Naratif’s Lost Childhood: Children in Malaysia’s Immigration Detention Centres. In this session, we invited our community to engage in a discussion with Joshua Low, New Naratif’s Forced Migration Researcher, who elaborated on his two explainers on the child immigration detention centres in Malaysia.
In today’s Community Corner, let’s revisit /ba·ca/ with New Naratif’s Fostering Queer Communities in Southeast Asia, a Pride month special featuring Asmara S. Wigati, a visual artist and anthropologist from Indonesia, and Shaleen Chrisanne, a queer-affirming clinical psychologist based in Malaysia.
In this Democracy Classroom event, we gathered with Singaporeans to discuss the results of The Citizens’ Agenda Singapore 2022, led by PJ Thum, historian and Managing Director of New Naratif. In this session, Singaporeans addressed the issue of inequality as one of their greatest concerns.
Our first-ever New Naratif Townhall gathered Malaysians to discuss New Naratif’s The Citizen’s Agenda Malaysia 2022 results. During the session, certain issues were highlighted revolving around Malaysia’s post-COVID economic recovery.
In today’s Community Corner, let’s revisit /ba·ca/ with New Naratif’s Feminism as a Tool for Democracy in Southeast Asia. Led by Thet Wai, Gender Rights Researcher at New Naratif, this /ba.ca/ session highlighted the importance of feminism in forwarding democratic rights in Southeast Asia.
For this installment of New Naratif’s Democracy Classroom, our community engaged in a discussion with Teo S. Marasigan, the author of The Philippines’ Dangerous Dependence on the Exploitation of its People, on Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) and how the phenomenon has affected the Philippines and its citizens.
For the fourth instalment of /ba·ca/ with New Naratif, our community heard from and discussed with researcher and activist, Teo S. Marasigan, and Migrante International Chairperson, Joanna Concepcion, about Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) and the forces at play that allow for this phenomenon to continue despite the economic and humanitarian issues it has caused time and time again.
We revisit Democracy Classroom’s The Human Story and Kalimantan’s Environmental Migration, featuring New Naratif’s very own researcher, Lengga Pradipta.
We revisit /ba·ca/ with New Naratif’s Environmental Migration in Kalimantan featuring New Naratif’s very own researcher, Lengga Pradipta, and researcher and activist, Pangeran Nasution.