Asia Centre 

Role: Associate Member

The Asia Centre, registered as a social enterprise in 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand, seeks to connect peoples and regions through collaborative partnerships. It provides consultancy and advisory services for academic and professional development, communications and outreach, research and publications, development and technical assistance to educational institutions, international organizations, non-profit organizations and other institutions in the private and public sector.

Democracy Academy of Malaysia (DAM) 

Role: Academic Advisor

DAM is set up by Malaysians for Beng Hock movement to provide training on democracy and human rights, in order to involve more citizens in social movement and work together towards democratisation. Its mission is to act as an education portal for democracy, human rights and social movement to educate, inspire and mobilise the people to be part of the democratisation process.

Society for the Promotion of Human Rights (PROHAM)

Role: Assistant Secretary-General

PROHAM was established by former members of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) and the Royal Police Commission. It is an independent and impartial human rights organization. PROHAM works with the government, civil society and private sector. It functions in accordance to the values laid out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other UN Human Rights statues as well as the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.

PROHAM promotes human rights among the Malaysian people, promotes the rights of indigenous people and other ethnic minorities, organizes discussions on pressing human rights concerns and networks with regional and international organizations in the promotion of human rights, among other objectives.

Malaysian-Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) Alliance on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Role: Coordinator on Goal 4 (Education)

The Malaysian CSO-SDG Alliance is an informal grouping of CSO committed to the effective implementation of the SDGs in Malaysia. They came together to form this lose alliance for networking, joint cooperation, action and liaison with government. Currently the Society for the Promotion of Human Rights (PROHAM) serves as the Secretariat for the Alliance and there is active participation of key CSO partners. The Alliance continues to meet regularly and its major priority has been to undertake the mapping exercise.

Amnesty International Malaysia (AIM)

Role: Secretary, 2012-2014

AIM is about a thousand members strong and growing rapidly. AIM plays a crucial role in shedding the spot light on human rights infringements in the country and globally. Taking this role seriously, AIM members have joined forces on numerous occasions to help those whose lives are risk with urgent actions and campaigns.