Dalam buku kartun terbarunya “Lawak & Lawan”, Zunar telah memadamkan nama pencetak di dalamnya sebagai tanda protes.
The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) under its campaign UndiMsia! has been conducting a series of #idolademokrasi #gameshops across the nation as well as in UK and Australia.
Building a better Singapore based on social justice and equality – to achieve a fair and equitable share of prosperity – should be a priority, says Think Centre in a New Year message.
A regional conference in Phnom Penh has appealed to countries involved in territorial disputes in East Asia to resolve conflicting issues through dialogue and peaceful means.
Japanese civic movements held a press conference and released a statement on territorial conflicts involving Japan, China, and Korea on 28 September 2012.
A regional workshop held recently has come up with landmark recommendations to protect the employer-worker relationship from being undermined by labour outsourcing arrangements.
The continued absence of a human rights framework to guide the discussions and policies pertaining to the recruitment and employment of domestic workers will only further perpetuate this institutionalised form of slavery, says Irene Fernandez in marking International Migrants Day.
Thousands of lives are being affected, rights violated and justice denied because of what is happening in the 6P programme, claims Irene Fernandez.
After a successful series of events and meetings in Melbourne, Peter Kallang, Chairman of the SAVE Rivers network, and James Nyurang Usang, headman from the Baram, are currently preparing for the last leg of their Australia tour in Tasmania, reports the BMF team.
BINTULU – Two Kenyah longhouses of Uma Sambob and Rumah Nyalang Tahe, Long Koyan yesterday erected a blockade against an oil palm company, Ekran Plantations Sdn Bhd, 7km from the junction to the Sungai Asap Resettlement Scheme, reports Mark Bujang.