KAMY (Climate Action Malaysia) certainly haven’t let the pandemic stop their work since their last report! JCJ’s financial support has allowed them to pay for their website domain, zoom account and an infographics site access. These have given them a wider reach in their country during the pandemic when so much has moved online. They have taken part in, and run, many online rallies, discussion panels, campaigns and community engagement programs. Below is a snapshot of their activities!
One in particular, also funded by JCJ, is the Indigenous and Climate Art Project. It aims to use video to share the complex traditional knowledge held by the indigenous group KAMY are working with, and to show how climate change is affecting their way of life. The videos, which can be viewed below, promote cultural awareness in more urban Malaysian areas and stress the importance of supporting indigenous groups in their struggles.
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