We have been working on issues on violent extremism, youth, politics, civil society and marginalised communities since 2015. All our work is based on research and supervised rigorously by an ethics committee. You may access our reports here.
- November 01
- IMAN Research
In 2017, IMAN undertook a multiyear project to see if violent extremism was a foreign concept among rural and urban Malaysian youths. The results were
Many see women as the softer, gentler sex. Many are coming to realize that women, especially women radicals and militants play a much bigger and
In 2018, UNICEF commissioned a small report on how Malaysian youths perceived the new Pakatah Harapan ‘s first one month in government. The study saw
Much has been said about irregular migrants and ‘informal expatriates’ of Sabah, who come from the Philippines. What do they have to say about the
IMAN worked with MARI and USAID to map up who among the civil society organisations in Malaysia were most powerful and influential. The results were