Here’s your chance to get up close and personal to the Social Inclusion Agenda

Posted on October 21, 2012


“With astute management, we surely would’ve been well. We had the basics.

 Woulda. Coulda. Shoulda.

 From the ground, with the passing of 55 years or 49, be it Merdeka or Malaysia, as lawmakers churn out policy after policy, and lawyers chirp their “correct-correct-correct” counsel, and as we bray each year over the Auditor-General’s report, a hard truth has to be confronted: We haven’t managed quite as well.

The average income for the Bottom 40% households is RM1,529 a month. Let that sink in a bit – four in every ten families. These households are forced to survive on the cost of an Ipad every month” – Straits Mongrel.

On 27th October, 2012, from 4.30-630pm, at the Rumah Anak Bangsa Malaysia,   66, Lorong Setiabistari 1 Kuala Lumpursome really good people want to share with all of you an agenda to begin the process of ending the long marginalisation of so many anak bangsa Malaysia.

I’d urge all of you to make time to go hear what they have to say and ask them all the questions you need to in order to fully understand this agenda.

Here, you can read the rest of what the Straits Mongrel has to say HERE.