Projek Dialog utilises new media to promote diversity and inclusivity among Malaysians. Our most recent programs include a film festival, a youth diversity festival, a board game and a web-graphic novel. Our projects are collaborative, involving consultations with relevant stakeholders and informed by the needs of minority communities we work with.
Victoria holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and French from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. She regularly works with youths in using new media and creative platforms to highlight current issues in projects such as Pesta Filem KITA, Digital Diversity Festival, and the Otak Jam! board game.
Khadijah has experience with refugees and migrant children, and has worked with Yayasan Chow Kit as an intern. In addition, she also performs ‘syok-sendiri’ activities on her TikTok, is obsessed with Canva, and often thinks of fashion-related sustainability in her daily life.
Jeannette has experience in various fields including communication, journalism, and entrepreneurship. She has also launched Bayu Harvest, an application that allows farmers in Sabah to sell their produce directly to buyers abroad.
EJ holds a degree in IT and law. He is a member of several NGOs and a columnist for Malaysian Insight, Kuala Lumpur Post, and Malaysian Insider. He is also a Fellow with the Institute of Research for Development Policy (IRDP) and a former Board Member for Impact Malaysia.
As our technician, Jason handles the technical stuff for Projek Dialog.