THURSDAY, 30 APRIL – A “Where is the Voice of Justice” programme was recently organised by the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Heritage (FKSW) Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) to encourage their students to think out of the box.
The freedom to criticise, brainstorm and express critical views by the students clearly showed their experience through the expression of more mature minds during the question and answer session.
A three panel member consisting of third year students, Wan Hasmie Wan Zu, Nurza Safida Sapawi and Nor Amiza Abdul Wahad and a moderator, Mohd Sarifudin Othman also provided an in-depth analysis on the issue of justice, besides answering questions in a creative, critical and comprehensive way.
Touching on current issues pertaining to justice internally and abroad, the programme was seen to have an impact on increasing knowledge for the students and to express their long suppressed views and unwrapping all questions related to justice.
Also present at the programme were FKSW lecturers, Lokman Abdul Samad, Suhaimi Mohd Yasin, Saniah Ahmad and Mohd Shahrudin Zainal and a tutor in Writing, Jasman Bandar who were on hand to guide the students in organising such programme that would enhance thinking among students. - (fl)
Source: Jasman Bandar, FKSW
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