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From rebel with two names to gender equality advocate

INTERVIEW | Like many “midlife” PKR politicians, Nor Azrina Surip heeded her calling when she was still in university at the height of the raging reformasi movement.

For Azrina, this meant flouting unwritten rules barring students from anti-establishment politics by sneaking out to opposition rallies and joining student groups that opposed the now-defunct Internal Security Act (ISA).

Upon graduating as a civil engineer, Nor Azrina (above) became a research fellow at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).

This meant she was technically a civil servant, making it even harder to continue with her activism.

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