Moving towards a more inclusive Malaysia

IN light of World Refugee Day today, we would like to celebrate and honour the strength and courage of refugees around the globe, as well as their resilience in rebuilding their lives.

The day is designated as such by the United Nations’ Refugee Agency to focus global attention on the plight of people fleeing conflict or persecution. In the past year, negative perceptions towards refugees have amplified during times of crisis. This day offers a chance to raise awareness about the plight of refugees around the world and of efforts to protect their human rights.

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