Tuesday, 18 February 2020
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Here's more evidence to show that a minimum wage can actually keep the economy purring. This time, we go to the United States. San Francisco-based journalist, Dick Meister, a specialist on labour issues, is actually calling on the US administration to...
The oil is running out. Yes, in Malaysia too. By 2010, we will become a net importer of oil. If our domestic demand for petroleum products continues to increase by 4 per cent annually, we will have nothing left over...
I came across this interesting power-point presentation of the Stations of the Cross by Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate from Argentina, and I thought I would share it with you. What is different about these Stations...
It's not often that religious leaders come together to take a common stand on an issue of national significance. Over the years, Aliran organised a couple of seminars - one on corruption and the other on the human being -...
Christianity should not merely be seen as a spiritual process. There are also the social, cultural and economic dimensions involving the whole human person and his/her relationship with the community. In the Old Testament, God dramatically intervened in human history...