Set an example of compassionate treatment

WORLD Refugee Day was commemorated recently, on June 20, but passed with minimal public acknowledgment in Malaysia, which is surprising given our nation’s significant role on the global stage as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council (2022-2024) and our upcoming Asean chairmanship in 2025.

These positions necessitate a proactive stance on refugee issues, yet Malaysia’s response remains inadequate and warrants critical analysis.

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