The status of Islam and the special position of Malays in Malaysia are more defensible than threatened. So why were these people protesting?
On the 24th of April 2019, #Liberasi Founder and Chief Coordinator, Arveent Srirangan Kathirtchelvan, joined by Dr. Mohd Syukri Yahya from the Malaysian Nuclear Society (MNS) and Datin Zarina Masood from Women In Nuclear Malaysia (WiN) visited the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC) to hand over a memorandum entitled ‘Memorandum … Continue reading #Liberasi: Memorandum Supporting Nuclear Power
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan Following-up from my recent article on the Lynas issue, I noticed, especially in the comments section, a lot of criticism on issues I have covered before. Soon after, I read the letter signed by quite a number of CSOs led by Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas concerning their apprehension towards toxic wastes, going … Continue reading Confusing Environmentalists
We do not think that the reasons given were sufficient to justify Malaysia’s withdrawal from the Rome Statute.
The Pakatan Harapan government must be bold enough to implement its' human rights reforms.
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan Kuala Lumpur saw hundreds of people gathering for the annual Women’s March over the weekend and, predictably enough, this led to some derision on the part of the masses due to certain perceived abhorrent acts. In this article, I shall try to bring some enlightenment, but one must bear in mind that … Continue reading Understanding the Women’s March
by Arveent Kathirtchelvan I like Mr. Rogers. It’s hard not to like such a genuinely good person, even if I haven’t really watched a proper episode of his show, Mr. Rogers’ Neighbourhood. Every child should watch it, in my opinion, and I look forward to one day owning the box set. But I recently watched … Continue reading Receiving Rhetoric