Daily Archives: 2017-07-24

Myanmar: UN expert lists catalogue of concerns as human rights slide in worsening conflict 
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GENEVA (24 July 2017) – A United Nations Special Rapporteur has issued a strongly worded statement accusing the Government of Myanmar of policies reminiscent of the previous military government, and of presiding over a worsening security and human rights situation. Yanghee Lee, ending Read More

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Want to be rich? Acting like a psychopath might help
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by Singsaver.com.sg Psychopaths have traits that make them well-adapted to the business world. Here’s how they do it. By now, you may have heard that CEOs and business leaders are four times more likely to be psychopaths. The sad fact is, many of the traits that Read More

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Is the barrier of language to full participation in democracy being addressed in society?
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by Alfian Sa’at Last Wednesday I attended ‘The Lesson’, Drama Box’s thought provoking participatory performance on deliberative democracy. I had signed up for the Chinese session, and promptly received a thoughtful email asking if I had clicked on the wrong session by mistake. Read More

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Definition of a “Malay person” opens up a can of worms about Mendaki and apparent double standards
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Member of Parliament from People’s Action Party, Mr Zainal Bin Sapari opened a can of worms about Mendaki when he made a Facebook post about the definition of what constitutes a Malay person with citizens voicing the treatment that they got from the Yayasan Read More

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