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Being ‘other’: Marginalised identities and communities in Malaysia’s complex histories, present and future

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Collective abstract:

Malaysia at 60: the urgency of inclusion

· Marginalised Indian population: Some critical insights from fieldwork – Dr Nithiya Guna Saigaran

· Channelling the void: Bringing Borneo’s oral traditions back to consciousness – Nadira Illana

· The marginalisation – Human rights xexus in Malaysia – Assoc Prof Khoo Ying Hooi —

· Refugees as the other: Is Malaysia Home? – Dr Aslam Abd Jalil

From the 23rd Malaysia and Singapore Society of Australia Symposium 2023

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