IDEAS’ Analyses on the COVID-19 Crisis 2020-03-27T16:33:46+08:00

IDEAS’ ANALYSES on the COVID-19 CRISIS 

This section contains IDEAS’ analyses on the current COVID-19 crisis. These includes articles, news clips, media statement, interviews and many more.

IDEAS: Rethink National Energy Policy; Replace coal with gas and turbo-charge renewables

2020-10-01T12:30:15+08:00 1st October 2020|Media Statements|Comments Off on IDEAS: Rethink National Energy Policy; Replace coal with gas and turbo-charge renewables

As Malaysia plans the next phase of its energy policy, it will need to increase the share of sustainable ...

1st October 2020|Media Statements|

IDEAS Urges the Government to Implement a Long-Term Tourism Recovery Plan to Address Malaysia’s Struggling Tourism Sector

2020-09-29T10:03:31+08:00 29th September 2020|Media Statements|Comments Off on IDEAS Urges the Government to Implement a Long-Term Tourism Recovery Plan to Address Malaysia’s Struggling Tourism Sector

Tourism is one of the hardest-hit sectors following from the Covid-19 pandemic, with disruption likely to continue for months ...

29th September 2020|Media Statements|

Brief IDEAS No. 28 – Tourism Recovery Plan: An Opportunity for Change Post COVID-19

2020-09-28T11:48:09+08:00 28th September 2020|Policy IDEAS|Comments Off on Brief IDEAS No. 28 – Tourism Recovery Plan: An Opportunity for Change Post COVID-19

Download Policy Ideas COVID-19 has become a wake-up call for Malaysians to rethink our ...

28th September 2020|Policy IDEAS|

IDEAS: COVID-19 as a wake-up call to revive economic competitiveness or risk losing out

2020-09-18T08:37:01+08:00 15th September 2020|Media Statements|Comments Off on IDEAS: COVID-19 as a wake-up call to revive economic competitiveness or risk losing out

IDEAS organised the 3rd Kuala Lumpur Roundtable (KLR) today to discuss policy choices for Malaysia’s recovery. Malaysia’s high regional ...

15th September 2020|Media Statements|
Translations of FAQs by the National Security Council (MKN) regarding the Movement Control Order (MCO)

Meanwhile, we would like to remind everyone to stay calm and safe during this pandemic. Trust only credible sources and double-check before sharing any news. To aid the dissemination of credible information, a group of concerned Malaysians had voluntarily translated the FAQs released by the Majlis Keselamatan Negara regarding the Movement Control Order (MCO) in effect from 18th to 14th March 2020. The translations are available in English and Mandarin. IDEAS is helping to re-publish these documents in good faith and to help spread them to a wider audience, as an importance of individual responsibility.

To read the translations, head here.