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Brian has vast experience in the area of community development both in Malaysia and globally. He was Project Adviser for the UNDP Malaysia in the area of HIV, focusing on leadership in Malaysia and in West Africa. He worked extensively with government agencies in developing leadership for HIV in Malaysia. He was a trainer facilitator for the British Government for Regional Youth and Community Leader Programs and Business/civil society leadership in South East Asia and also in developing sustainable sports programs for the disabled in Malaysia.
Brian Lariche has published, written, translated and adapted numerous books, manuals, and brochures on socio- medical issues and governance. He sits on a variety of committees both locally and internationally including the Expert Panel for Aids Accountability International based in Sweden, Matahari- A trafficking NGO based in Boston, US and on numerous Education Boards. He is a recurrent speaker for international/local conferences and forums and is a sought after facilitator for various programs globally. He is also a Master Trainer or AFLATOUN , the largest financial literacy program for children globally.
Brian is well travelled and has established networks and links in over 75 countries worldwide. He also runs food programs for the marginalised in his personal capacity. Ha has completed his Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) and will finish his next Masters in Public Administration (MPA) at the end of 2012.
Nicole is Programme Director at the Malaysian Child Resource Institute (MCRI) where she manages a small team conducting social research and outreach on child rights. At MCRI, she also manages the Secretariat of recently formed Child Rights Coalition Malaysia.
Nicole is an experienced non-profit professional who enjoys working with start-ups and organisations experiencing a turn-around. Nicole works on a variety of grassroots projects, translating plans into meaningful and practical actions for positive change. A passionate advocate for child rights and strong civil society, Nicole was born in Canada and also lived in Eastern and Western Europe.
Su Ying has recently completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at HELP University in April 2013. While pursuing her degree she had interned with MCRI for six months up to April. She promptly joined MCRI formally in May as a Project Researcher.
Su Ying has gained experiences in carrying out quantitative studies on various topics from her Psychology program at HELP University. She is fluent in the Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin, and English and conversant in Cantonese.
From her internship with MCRI, Su Ying has gained a better understanding about children’s rights issues in Malaysia. Her enthusiasm in children’s rights issues in Malaysia has led to her current research for the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child for Malaysia Alternative Report on issues that children encounter in regards to education.
As a new member of the MCRI team, Su Ying is excited to continue her learning about children’s rights issues in Malaysia.
Caroline is an intern at the Malaysian Child Resource Institute (MCRI) where she supports the team in the administration of the office, research activities, child participation events and other tasks.
After having completed her Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations at the University of Geneva, Caroline worked in Germany as project assistant in a company for intercultural consulting. She was born in Switzerland, speaks fluently German, English and French and has basic knowledge in Spanish.
Caroline enjoys working for MCRI, in order to gain work experience in non-governmental and non-profit surroundings and in order to advocate for the respect of children’s rights in Malaysia.