“I speak not for myself but for those without voice… those who have fought for their rights… their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated.” ~ Malala Yousafzai

While we often complain how we don’t have enough money to buy the next-best-gadget, the latest products or even go shopping, has it ever occurred to you that there are still individuals who don’t have enough to bring food to the table or to get through the month? Or the thousands of children from marginalised communities with little to no access to proper education like the rest of us do? Does that sound like equality to you?

No doubt Malaysia is one of the ASEAN countries with a higher economic growth over the past years. Malaysian is constantly growing and developing. But with such economic growth comes with great responsibilities. The kind of responsibilities such as providing the underprivileged communities in need, their right to new doors and opportunities to proper health care, education, employment and so much more.

We can wait for higher authorities to do something about the issue or you can initiate. This is the moment where the society and YOU come in to play the part to join hands for the public welfare and safety.

In this Episode of Incitement, we will focus on the three main social issues that are affecting every individual directly and even indirectly: health, education and unemployment. Our speakers will present the main problems all Malaysians are facing, that aren’t only affecting us but those around us and how we can solve them in a way that won’t hurt our bank accounts or even our lifestyle but rather, enriches it.

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