Seen and heart stories about what goes on in these camps, which come under the ambit of the Home Ministry
Dentsu Aegis Network decided to go on a mission to make the world a better place to live in for some Malaysia’s future generation through its “One Day for Change” programme
A total of 445 children from eight charity organisations were involved in the programme
Group of agencies spend a day teaching children from charitable homes how to take snapshots
Dutch Ambassador to Malaysia Harry Molenaar giving a welcome speech during a charity nighyt help in collaboration with IDEAS Academy
I first became interested in the plight of refugees in Malaysia about three years ago when I visited a learning centre run by a group of Myanmar refugees in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur. Operating from a cramped shophouse, they cater to several hundred students.
IDEAS Academy is one the few centres in Malaysia that offer secondary education to children of refugee parents, asylum seekers, stateless children and young people
Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (Ideas) Malaysia end-of-year staff lunch took place at the Ideas Autism Centre (IAC) in Taman Bukit Templer (named after the military commander who as the penultimate executive British High Commissioner in Malaya did so much to defeat the communists)
Secondary school education will soon be a reality for refugees and stateless children in Malaysia when the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (Ideas) opens its academy in Kuala Lumpur by the end of this year.