KUALA LUMPUR: Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are welcomed to help the federal government within the implementation of unity strengthening initiatives, stated Deputy Nationwide Unity Minister Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.
He stated this can additional elevate the implementation of the programmes, as outlined within the Nationwide Unity Coverage and Nationwide Unity Blueprint 2021-2030, by means of authorities and NGOs engagement with the communities.
“The NGOs’ roles are essential to facilitate the efforts and the ministry hope that we are able to domesticate and create extra curiosity amongst folks to completely perceive the unity idea in addition to to follow it, (create consciousness) to be vigilant and to verify on forces that may threaten the nation’s unity,” he stated.
He stated this in his opening speech on the Roundtable on Nationwide Unity Coverage “Placing The Unity Blueprint To Motion” organised by KSI Strategic Institute for Asia-Pacific and Dialog Rakyat for Nationwide Cohesion and Unity held on-line yesterday.
In the meantime, President of KSI Strategic Institute for Asia Pacific Tan Sri Dr Micheal Yeoh confused that it was necessary to make sure efficient and simply implementation within the enactment of the blueprint.
Thus, Yeoh instructed a monitoring mechanism to trace and consider the blueprint implementation on the unity of individuals.
The Nationwide Unity Coverage and Nationwide Unity Blueprint 2021-2030, launched on Feb 15, had been formulated to assist the methods and to set the nationwide aspirations that had been to be achieved throughout the subsequent 10 years.
The Nationwide Unity Coverage outlines three predominant goals, specifically, strengthening unity and nationwide integration primarily based on the Federal Structure and Rukun Negara; making a nationwide identification with sturdy vanity, patriotism, concern for others, tolerance, mutual respect and duty; and producing Malaysians who — Bernama