The business of doing good

Young female social entrepreneurs share why Malaysia is one of the best places in the world to grow their careers.

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Talking taboo

A new documentary on paedophilia in Malaysia premieres today, and R.AGE speaks to its director and executive producer Justin Ong.

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Let’s talk public and economic policy

Young and completely disinterested in economic policy? Well, this year’s Perdana Fellows hope to change that with the inaugural Youth Economic Forum.

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Malaysian Minister wants chemical castration for pedophiles

The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry is considering a controversial form of punishment to tackle child sexual crimes.

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Countering child crimes

Here are some issues that will be covered under the proposed Child Sexual Crimes Bill.

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Parents of child advocates speak up

It’s not easy being a child advocate, but it can be equally challenging for their parents.

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Sexual abuse victims share their stories with R.AGE

Sexual abuse survivors have been sharing their stories with R.AGE, hoping it will help others who are going through what they did.

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Filmmakers tell Sabah stories to international audience

Young Sabahan filmmakers gain regional exposure and experience at the Kota Kinabalu International Film Festival.

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Predator on the silver screen

R.AGE online documentary series Predator In My Phone was given an extended screening thanks to the Malaysian Documentary Society.

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Mobile, WeChat, Chat Apps, Line, BeeTalk, Child sexual exploitation, pedophiles

Dangerous connections

Chat apps like WeChat and BeeTalk are designed to appeal to teenagers, but that also makes them a perfect hunting ground for child sex predators.

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