Greener design of products and stronger shipment rules are key to curbing environmental damage and human rights abuses, say four international NGOs.
The majority of Malaysians work long hours because they cannot earn in eight hours the income they need to put food on the table, writes Rani Rasiah.
Jeyakumar Devaraj calls on the government to support small-scale farmers and cattle breeders.
Lim Mah Hui looks at budgeting in the Penang Island Municipal Council and suggests several steps for improving the process.
Member of Parliament Jeyakumar Devaraj recently filed a motion in Parliament to cut special constituency allocations by RM400m.
The choice is there for Muhyiddin to seal his reputation as a politician playing up to narrow and parochial interests or as a principled leader who has the best interests of our schoolchildren and their parents at heart, writes Lim Teck Ghee.
To mark the recent launch of the Earth Charter in Malaysia, the Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas campaign warns of the dangers of going down the nuclear energy route.
The Cambodian and Malaysian governments’ failure to regulate recruiters and employers leaves Cambodian migrant domestic workers exposed to a wide range of abuses, Human Rights Watch said in a report issued on 1 November 2011.
A group of Malaysian citizens overseas has filed a lawsuit against the Election Commission asking the High Court to compel the Commission to register them as absent voters, reports MyOverseasVote.
Malaysia need not go down the nuclear energy path if it promotes energy efficiency and renewable energy, said fourteen prominent Malaysian NGOs in a joint statement.