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AWANI Tonight: 22 February 2024

#AWANITonight with @cynthiaAWANI

Malaysia records highest amount of approved investments in country's history in 2023 - PM
Can hiring foreign graduates solve issue of talent crunch?

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Thu Feb 22 2024

AWANI Tonight: 22 February 2024

#AWANITonight with @cynthiaAWANI

Malaysia records highest amount of approved investments in country's history in 2023 - PM
Can hiring foreign graduates solve issue of talent crunch?

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AWANI Tonight: 19th April 2024

AWANI Tonight: 19th April 2024

#AWANITonight with Saraya Mia

- Iran-Israel: No plan for immediate retaliation from Tehran

- Voters in India head to polls in world's biggest election

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AWANI Tonight: How will Iran-Israel situation evolve after tit-for-tat attacks?

AWANI Tonight: How will Iran-Israel situation evolve after tit-for-tat attacks?

Iranian officials and media are playing down the Israeli attack on Isfahan, saying it was limited to three small drones. Analyst Jonathan Lord discusses the Iranian response as concerns grow over a possible war with Israel.
AWANI Tonight: India: voters head to polls in world's biggest election

AWANI Tonight: India: voters head to polls in world's biggest election

India’s 2024 general election kicks of today with over 969 million eligible voters. Rahul Mishra from Jawaharlal Nehru University shares what to expect as voters head to polls in the world’s biggest election. India, election, Narendra Modi, Rahul Mishra
Consider This: Agrifood Smallholders — Understanding the Landscape and Challenges

Consider This: Agrifood Smallholders — Understanding the Landscape and Challenges

In the heart of Malaysia's agrifood landscape lies a crucial yet vulnerable group: smallholders. These individuals face mounting challenges in the face of climate change and the growing need for sustainability practices in agrifood production, which may leave the smallholders vulnerable -- with women smallholders being disproportionately impacted. On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Dr Teoh Ai Ni and Nik Syafiah Anis Nik Sharifulden, Research Associates at Khazanah Research Institute.
AWANI Tonight: 18 April 2024

AWANI Tonight: 18 April 2024

#AWANITonight with @_farhanasheikh

1. Govt to draft MOU on allocations for opposition MPs
2. Volcano eruption: Thousands affected by flight cancellations

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Consider This: Unicef in Gaza — Bearing Witness to Gaza's Child Survivors

Consider This: Unicef in Gaza — Bearing Witness to Gaza's Child Survivors

On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to James Elder, spokesperson for the United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF. He has been to Gaza on humanitarian missions twice in the past six months, having returned from the latest mission in early April. He shares his firsthand witness account of the impact the war on Gaza has had on children and families.
AWANI Tonight: 17 April 2024

AWANI Tonight: 17 April 2024

#AWANITonight with @sarayamia

1. Royal addendum for Najib Razak's house arrest is real - Zahid Hamidi
2. Govt to go ahead with fuel subsidy cuts this year - Rafizi Ramli

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Consider This: Home Detention (Part 2) — Ensure Fairness in Prisoner Licensed Release

Consider This: Home Detention (Part 2) — Ensure Fairness in Prisoner Licensed Release

In a bid to address the persistent issue of prison overcrowding, Home Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says the Government has agreed in principle to implement the Licensed Release of Prisoners, which aims to grant home detention to specific categories of prisoners. While this move is lauded as a step towards prison reform, it has sparked concerns regarding potential favouritism towards privileged or influential individuals who have been convicted of crimes. On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to lawyer and activist Chong Kar Yan.
Consider This: Home Detention (Part 1) — Shifting Towards Prisoner Release on License

Consider This: Home Detention (Part 1) — Shifting Towards Prisoner Release on License

In a bid to address the persistent issue of prison overcrowding, Home Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says the Government has agreed in principle to implement the Licensed Release of Prisoners, which aims to grant home detention to specific categories of prisoners. While this move is lauded as a step towards prison reform, it has sparked concerns regarding potential favouritism towards privileged or influential individuals who have been convicted of crimes. On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Jerald Joseph, Chair of the advocacy group, CSO Platform for Reform. He was also a Suhakam commissioner from 2016 till 2022.
AWANI Tonight: Ensuring quality education is accessible to all

AWANI Tonight: Ensuring quality education is accessible to all

The government must ensure quality pre-school education is accessible to all children in the country before making it mandatory, says Dr Lydia Foong from Taylor’s University.
AWANI Tonight: 16 April 2024

AWANI Tonight: 16 April 2024

#AWANITonight with @cynthiaAWANI

1. KLIA shooting case suspect attempts to flee the country
2. What does the new cybersecurity law have to offer?

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AWANI Tonight: 15 April 2024

AWANI Tonight: 15 April 2024

#AWANITonight with Hafiz Marzukhi

- Suspect involved in KLIA shooting arrested

- Multiple people stabbed at a church service in Sydney

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AWANI Tonight: Lawrence Wong to take over as Singapore PM on May 15

AWANI Tonight: Lawrence Wong to take over as Singapore PM on May 15

Lawrence Wong will take over as Singapore’s Prime Minister on May 15, replacing Lee Hsien Loong. He will be sworn in at the Istana in a month’s time.
AWANI Tonight: Achieving sustainable tourism to protect Melaka’s heritage

AWANI Tonight: Achieving sustainable tourism to protect Melaka’s heritage

Melaka's status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site has attracted millions of visitors over the years. Dr Tan Poh Ling from Xiamen University discusses how to balance tourism development with heritage conservation.
Consider This: Sustainable Education (Part 1) — ESD, Education for Sustainable Development

Consider This: Sustainable Education (Part 1) — ESD, Education for Sustainable Development

As the world grapples with pressing environmental issues and the urgency to achieve sustainable development goals, the role of education in fostering a culture of sustainability has never been more critical. How do we ensure that environmental and sustainability education is integrated into all levels of formal and informal education efforts, and involves students, teachers, and administrators, and everyone in the ecosystem? On this episode of #ConsiderThis Melisa Idris speaks to Tan Hui Shim, Associate Director of Strategy and Social Mobilisation for WWF-Malaysia and Dr Subarna Sivapalan, Associate Professor and Head of the School of Education at University of Nottingham Malaysia. She is also the Lead of the Malaysia Office for the UNESCO Chair in International Education and Development.