The Centre For A Better Tomorrow (CENBET) is set to make its debut in Malaysia's flourishing civil society landscape. The NGO sets out to promote moderation and speak out on wrongdoings as well as abuses of power.
Of late, Malaysia has been in a state of flux as politicians from both sides of the divide trade fiery arguments that is laced with demeaning racial-religious undertones. This has resulted in Malaysians becoming increasingly divided.
We have also seen brazen wrongdoings and abuses of power taking place, both in the public as well as corporate sectors. Such abuses undermines efforts to ensure an equitable distribution of wealth and impedes the country's competitiveness in an increasingly globalised world.
It is with these in mind that CENBET has made promoting moderation and tackling corruption its two main agendas. The Centre, set to be launched very soon, would be represented by household names in civil society movements. Prominent activists and entrepreneurs are on its board of governors which provides input on policy and overall direction.
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CENBET sets out to promote moderation and speak out on wrongdoings as well as abuses of power