On 6 July 2020, I presented my views on parliamentary democracy in Malaysia together with Yap Swee Seng from Bersih 2.0 and Ooi Heng, a political analyst with Ngeow Chow Ying, a human rights lawyer as moderator. Here is the link to listen to the recording.
Author: Khoo Ying Hooi
Public Commentary: Standing in solidarity to save Arte Moris, Timor-Leste
I wrote a commentary in solidarity with Arte Moris or Living Arts, a free art school in Timor-Leste. The commentary is available here in the Malay Mail, The Malaysian Insight, Neon Metin both in English and Bahasa Indonesia/ Malaysia.
Call for Book Chapters: Critical Human Rights Issues in Southeast Asia
Here is a call for chapters for a book I am editing with Dr Al Khanif of the Center for Human Rights, Multiculturalism and Migration (CHRM2), University of Jember, Indonesia on critical human rights issues in Southeast Asia. Please consider submitting a chapter proposal and share the call.
PROHAM Press Release: Malaysia’s parliamentary democracy at risk
In my capacity as the Secretary-General of PROHAM, we issued a press release today expressing our concerns about the scale of ongoing efforts in determining the culture of parliamentary democracy in Malaysia. The press release is published in Malay Mail, also in Sin Chew.
Webinar Recording: SEMINAR ON POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, 17 JUNE 2020
On 17 June 2020, I presented my views on politics, human rights and democracy in Southeast Asia together with Dr Ian Storey from the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute with Prof. Dr Yoichiro Sato from the Risumeikan Asia Pacific University as moderator. Here is the webinar recording.