Lynda Lim was a former Research Director at ASLI’s Centre for Public Policy Studies (CPPS) in Malaysia. She provided strategic and technical direction on issues based research and knowledge management. With a focus on knowledge management initiatives, her work included technical advising, programme management, policy research and analysis, to facilitate both the public and private sectors’ understanding of domestic and regional issues, centred on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment; and Strengthening Inclusive Development in Malaysia.
Prior to this, Lynda has worked for the UNICEF, UNHCR and UNFPA in Indonesia, Pakistan, Egypt and Timor-Leste. She has extensive experience in designing and managing gender-based violence (GBV) programmes and coordinates GBV multi-sectoral response efforts in the post-conflict, recovery and development settings. Lynda was also an independent consultant to the Development Alternative Incorporated (DAI) Europe to conduct gender analysis in Malaysia, a study commissioned by the European Commission.
She holds a Master degree in Mission and Development Practice from the University of Wales, UK.
The homeless in Malaysia: I am born with a name, too!
The Missing Dimension: A Shadow Cabinet
How Sabah can Harness its Youth Demographic Dividend
Gender Think Piece: Malaysian Women’s Entry into Politics
Crimes without criminals: Fighting Corruption in Malaysia
Malaysia’s love for female leaders only goes so far
Doing justice differently for domestic violence victims: What, why and how?
The Power of Ethical Leadership
Voter’s Education: A Framework to Assess Prospective Ahli Undangan Negeri (ADUN) and Members of Parliament (MP)
Politicisation of Gender Issues in Malaysia