1) Voter education in Sabah
To increase awareness among voters about their rights and teach them how to make informed choices during an election.
This effort is also expected to spark the interest of local groups in forming election monitoring initiatives in Sabah.
1) Voter education in Sarawak
To improve awareness among various indigenous communities in three areas – Kuching, Miri, and Bintulu – of their rights as citizens and voters.
2) Election monitoring for Permatang Pauh By Election
- Permatang Pauh by-election, which was a seat contested by the de facto Opposition leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
- Hosted the Asian Network for Free Election (ANFREL) international observation mission in Permatang Pauh.
1) Election Monitoring for Kuala Terengganu By Election
Election monitoring of the Kuala Terengganu by-election, which fell vacant following the death of the Deputy Education Minister, Datuk Razali Ismail.
Kuala Terengganu is an area where the competing Malay-majority parties, United Malays National Organization (UMNO), and Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), have a strong presence.
2) Second Phase of Voter Education in Sarawak
Conducting the second phase of the voters’ education training in Sarawak to improve awareness among various indigenous communities.
Specifically in Miri and Bintulu regarding their rights as citizens and voters as a way of advocating the people’s concern about access to information, freedom of expression, and right to electoral reform.
Second phase focuses on training indigenous activists and publishing training material in the native languages of the indigenous communities.