Tête-à-tête with Malaysian Activist Lindu Livan

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The Human Lens

“After finishing the program, I decided to take this path of social justice & human rights” – Lindu Livan

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This week “The Human Lens” is flying out of Pakistan and headed to the lush green valleys of this beautiful Asian country, Malaysia.

Currently, the human rights situation in Malaysia is controversial as there have been numerous allegations citing human rights abuses in the country. It is with great pleasure that I would like to introduce my readers to meet an enthusiastic and passionate activist on environmental issues, Lindu Livan. She is a member of a group called SALT (SALT stands for School of Acting Justly, Loving Tenderly and Treading humbly with God), which is a bible verse taken from Micah 6:8.

This  School of Acting Justly, Loving Tenderly and Treading Humbly (SALT) is an academy conducted annually to empower youth using the Spiral Praxis methodology. It  focuses on strategies…

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