A consciousness of child rights has to be nurtured in all agencies dealing with children and should be integral in all policy and actions involving children, says Prema Devaraj.
Prema Devaraj puts her thoughts in prose.
The transparency of the polling and counting process on polling day does not preclude other types of electoral fraud, says Prema Devaraj.
Must we wait for someone else to be beaten to death or set on fire before action is taken, asks Prema Devaraj.
The chance for a change at the federal government emerges once again at the forthcoming GE13. Voters have a crucial role to play in deciding this, including women voters, says Prema Devaraj.
Is marriage now going to be used as a method of escaping prosecution for statutory rape in civil courts, wonders Prema Devaraj.
Prema Devaraj penned this poem to inspire more women to discover their inner strength and speak out against injustice.
Bad news comes in the form of worrying sexual crime statistics. Prema Devaraj highlights the importance of providing opportunities for victims to articulate their needs and have their rights secured. This will go some way in empowering the victims.
A poem by Prema Devaraj dedicated to the PSM 6 detained under the Emergency Ordinance.
The building up of a skilled force, especially one of calibre, one that Malaysians can be proud of, takes time. There is no short cut in a transformation process, warns Prema Devaraj.