Civil Society Voices

Civil Society Voices

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Wrongfully dismissed migrant workers have only a paper right to seek justice at the labour/industrial court as they are barred from working for the...

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No matter how deep the nuclear waste is buried, it will remain deadly and radioactive for centuries, say Anak Malaysia Anti Nuklear and Malaysian Physicians...

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The earthquake in Sabah on 5 June is a stern warning of the potential disaster which the proposed Baram Dam could bring, warns Save...

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The Joint Action Group for Gender Equality (Jag) expresses shock at the treatment of a woman who was refused service at a Road Transport...
childrens rights

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The repeated failure of our justice system to hold perpetrators accountable for their actions has encouraged a ‘rape culture’ to fester at every level...

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A denial of rights in Burma and Bangladesh led to human trafficking and dangerous sea voyages, said Human Rights Watch. Rohingya and other survivors of...

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The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) welcomes the decision of the governments of Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand to provide temporary protection to refugees...

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This poem was read out at a solidarity vigil for the people on the boats organised by Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign at the Penang...
video

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Article 19, English PEN, Index on Censorship, Media Legal Defence Initiative and PEN International have written to Prime Minister Najib Razak calling for the...

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An independent investigation is needed to determine the facts and to prosecute the traffickers, said Human Rights Watch. The discovery of more than 30...

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The Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign has asked for reassurance that boats have indeed been located and supported, and that we are not idly...

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The real criminals are the unscrupulous governments and the criminal syndicates and a world dominated by big busines, says the Penang Stop Human Trafficking...

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