Projek Malaysia menyeru semua kumpulan dan individu yang menaruh keyakinan terhadap Malaysia yang inklusif untuk mendukung suatu pesan solidariti dan “katakan tidak kepada rasisme!”
Sarawak’s indigenous people may have to pay the price for a US$105bn industrialisation scheme. A new report exposes the Sarawak government’s excessive hydropower plans. Bruno Manser Fund is calling for a moratorium on all dam construction after Bakun and for the withdrawal of foreign consultants from socially and environmentally damaging hydropower plans.
Attacks and arson in late October by ethnic Arakanese against Rohingya Muslims in Burma’s Arakan State were at times carried out with the support of state security forces and local government officials, Human Rights Watch said on 18 November.
Environmental activists from Sarawak are taking their high-profile campaign against the building of 12 mega dams in the state to the Malaysian Parliament and then on to Tasmania. Peter Kallang reports.
SYDNEY – A 19-strong, self-funded Malaysian delegation are protesting outside Lynas Corporations Annual General Meeting this morning. Joined by Friends of the Earth Australia, the Malaysian delegation are part of a diverse and large movement called Save Malaysia Stop Lynas (SMSL).
We, the undersigned 79 groups and organisations, welcome Malaysia’s move towards the abolition of the mandatory death penalty for drug offences, and replacing it with jail terms.
More than 50 NGOs have signed a petition supporting the Penans’ struggle against the construction of the Murum Dam.
Save Malaysia Stop Lynas and its legal team vowed to fight on in response to the Kuantan High Court decision to lift the suspension of the Lynas Temporary Operating Licence (TOL).
MIRI — SAVE Rivers is against the proposal made by Tokuyama Ltd. to have a scheduled waste treatment facility in Sarawak. The public has been misled in the beginning about the plans of Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy or Score: the name itself is deceiving because the industries proposed for Score are not renewable energy.
Villagers affected by the proposed Baram Dam are upset with their community chiefs for being “manipulated” into supporting the project. Mark Bujang has the story.