The Home Minister should be removed for disregarding the right to life and making racial claims, says Human Rights Watch.
The Bruno Manser Fund welcomes the police action and supports the demand that timber and oil palm plantations found to be hiring thugs should lose their licences.
Malaysians must be told the details of the terms that the US is pressurising our government to agree to under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, says Jeyakumar Devaraj.
The amendments to the Prevention of Crime Act have set back human rights in Malaysia, says Human Rights Watch.
More than a hundred civil society groups are saying “No” to any attempt to impose pre-censorship or a requirement to seek prior approval before the public screening of videos.
Civil society groups around the world have issued a declaration at the G20 Counter-Summit calling on ordinary people everywhere to reclaim our commons from the control of big business.
Some elements of “the deep state” have apparently taken the opportunity presented by public discontent over soaring violent crime to advance their repressive agenda, says Jeyakumar Devaraj.
Perunding TPPA dari Miti harus belajarlah dari pendekatan yang diambil oleh Jabatan Perdana Menteri dalam mengendalikan isu meliberalsasikan sektor guaman, ujar Jeyakumar Devaraj.
Suaram activists representating Aliran have told the UN that Malaysia’s indigenous peoples are being forcibly displaced by large extractive industries and the building of dams.
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.