Date & Time: 25 August 2018, Saturday (2.00-5.00pm) (English and Malay)
Venue: Bilik Tanjung, Dewan Sri Pinang
Date & Time: 26 August 2018, Sunday (2pm) (Chinese)
Venue: Penang Teochew Association (Han Jiang Ancestral Temple), 127 Chulia Street, George Town
Dialogue by Penang Forum on Penang floods at Teow Chew Association, Chulia Street on Sunday ( 29 October 2017) from 10am to noon.
Date & Time: 8 April 2017, Saturday (9.30am-12noon)
Venue: Penang Institute, 10 Jalan Brown, 10350 Penang
Date & Venue: 12 December 2015, Dewan Sri Pinang
More than 200 concerned Penang residents and visitors attended the forum to find out the state of the hills of Penang and what can be done to stop their degradation. The event received wide coverage in the media in the days that followed, prompting Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to invite the Penang Forum steering committee for a dialogue. The Post-Penang Forum 6 dialogue with Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng was eventually held on 11 January 2016.
Date & Time: 4 August 2012, Saturday (2.00–5.00pm)
Venue: Bosch Hall, Komplex Masyarakat Penyayang/Caring Society Complex (next to Penang Governor’s House)
Penang Forum 5 was a public dialogue with the Penang Chief Minister on the theme of “A Vision For An International Liveable City”. Some 600 people packed the hall of the Caring Society Complex to participate in the dialogue, which had received much media attention.
About a hundred concerned Penang residents attended Penang Forum 4 with the theme ‘Development and Good Governance’ on 18 December 2011 from 9.00am to 5.00pm at the Caring Society Complex along Jalan Utama.
Penang Forum 3 was held at the Penang Chinese Girls School Alumni Hall along Jalan Bagan Jermal on 14 November 2010. The gathering held an election to determine the civil society nominees to be submitted to the state government for consideration to serve as MPPP and MPSP councillors for the year 2011.
Penang Forum 2 was held at the Caring Society Complex on 7 March 2010 with the theme ‘Has anything changed after two years?’ revolving around the changes of Penang after being ruled by the Pakatan Rakyat for two years.
Penang Forum 1 was held at Disted College on 13 April 2008, just over a month after the BN state government fell to Pakatan control.