Interview: Editor Shashivarmaan on giving students a voice and finding out ‘What Students Want’

by JC Ker • March 13, 2019

We speak to the editor-in-chief of the book What Students Want, a book that takes pride in being created, curated and edited by students.

Fighting illiteracy: How MYReaders’ intervention programmes teach kids to read in 27 weeks

by JC Ker • February 12, 2019

Co-founder Tay Sue Yen discusses the state of literacy in Malaysia and how MYReaders is looking to intervene.

Shocking the education system — Teach For Malaysia shares hope of ending education inequity

by JC Ker • January 24, 2019

Teach For Malaysia Director of Growth Aida Azmi shares insights on what it takes to reform the education system.

How homemakers became the firefighters of this low-cost housing community

by JC Ker • October 25, 2018

The Fire Squad volunteers are putting an end to the neighbourhood’s frequent fires.

Providing economic opportunities to unrecognised refugees — The Picha Project’s approach through food

by JC Ker • September 19, 2018

Helping communities that are cut off from lawful employment make a living.

Free Tree Society wants you to grow your garden instead of paving over it

by JC Ker • September 5, 2018

A paved lawn is not necessarily a clean space.

Accessible education is key to ending generational poverty, says Buku Jalanan Chow Kit

by JC Ker • August 21, 2018

Buku Jalanan Chow Kit wants education to be prioritised as the wealth gap gets wider.