Lim Su Lin

Lim Su Lin is a Policy Analyst with Penang Institute in Kuala Lumpur. She graduated in 2013 with a degree in History from Cambridge University. Her research interests lie primarily in psychosocial health and wellbeing. She explores these in the context of making recommendations to improve social and development policies. The long-term goals of her work are to advocate for more equitable outcomes and reduced inequalities in society.


1 year ago

Economic inequality in our cities

Economic inequality in our cities

1 year ago

Public policies must address youth mental health

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1 year ago

Let’s look at poverty again

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Let’s look at poverty again

1 year ago

Building stable families for the youth

Building stable families for the youth

1 year ago

Let’s talk about mental health

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2 years ago

Addressing violence against women

2 years ago

Addressing issues in low-cost high-rises

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2 years ago

Addressing mental health exclusions in insurance policies

2 years ago

Put mental health on the School Health Services agenda

2 years ago

Mental Illness and workplace discrimination

2 years ago

Stigmatising mental health kills

2 years ago

Why we should increase mental health treatment in primary health clinics

2 years ago

The shortage of clinical psychologists in public service

2 years ago

Why parenting should be seen as a policy issue

2 years ago

Why mental disorders are valid illnesses

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