Declaration Toward a Global Ethic

English Language Version

The Declaration Toward A Global Ethic was adopted by the Parliament of the World's Religions on 4 September 1993. Thereby, for the first time in human history, representatives of the different religions agreed on a set of common moral values and ethical standards which are shared by all faiths. Never before in the history of religions had this happened! Herein lies the tremendous significance of the Declaration Toward A Global Ethic for the future of humankind.

Is Malaysia an Islamic State? Secularism and Theocracy - A Study of the Malaysian Constitution

MSRC-KAF Inter-Cultural Discourse Series I

Towards A Civil Society

The Role of Individuals and Communities

Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri: Dari Perspektif Hak Asasi Manusia

Internal Security Act: A Human Rights Perspective

This is a Bahasa Malaysia publication and contains the transcript of presentation "ISA Forum: A Human Rights Perspective" which was held on 5 May 2001 at the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Borneo Review, Volume X11, Number 1, June 2001

Bi-annual Journal

The Borneo Review is the Journal published by annually in the months of June and December on subjects within the field of development, economics, politics and regional and international affairs of relevance to the East ASEAN and Southeast Asian region

Borneo Review, Volume XII, Number 2, December 2001

Bi-annual Journal

The Borneo Review is a Journal published bi-annually in the months of June and December. It contains articles on subject within the field of development, economics, politics and regional and international affairs of relevance to the East ASEAN and Southeast Asian region.

Sabah Beyond 2000: Development Challenges And The Way Forward

Values Of Democracy And Youth

This book is a compilation of proceedings from the "Youth and Democracy Workshop" organised by Institut Kajian Dasar (IKD) and Malaysia Youth and Student Democratic Movement (DEMA) with the co-operation of Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF) on 26 May 2001 at Hotel Impiana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

MIM & Social Management

A collection of material assembled over four years, 1998 - 2001 concerning the activities that took place during the THORA programmes. It seeks to present to readers and participants of THORA a record of their participation in terms of the reflection on the Wisdom of the Ages, discussion on contemporary issues, details of visits and community projects and outlines of wish-lists.Together these comprise the hourney of human renewal for the experienced professional manager. It is also intended as a reference as well as a resource tool to those who wish to understand the social management role of the MIM.Social Management takes on a new dimension in the light of developments that have changed Malaysian society since 1957 till today. Social Managers are increasingly called upon to lead the way in managing issues and problems more ffectively. This book contains valuable experiences that can benefit a wider spectrum of the Malaysian public.

The Muslim And The Western Worlds: Impact Of The Afghan Conflict

This book contains various presentations made during a one-day conference, entitled, 'Revisiting the Dialogue between the Muslim and Western Worlds', held in Kuala Lumpur, on the 6th of November 2001.