Stop the cover up: Disease doesn’t discriminate

Efforts to raise public awareness of leptospirosis prevention measures appear to be more low key in contrast to past and ongoing health campaigns for...

How Selangor won over the Orang Asli

The Pakatan-led government had from the beginning stated its good intentions for the community - and it has walked the talk, says Colin Nicholas....

The cost of cheap shopping

The more consolidated the retail market becomes, the easier it will be for large corporations to exploit farmers and other small suppliers, writes Max...

When KPIs enter the courts

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) have been introduced in courts to improve efficiency. But the preoccupation with the speedy disposal of cases may come at...

Labour law amendments

Workers are being squeezed as proposed labour law amendments do little to remedy long-standing injustices for employees, points out Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud. The...

Discontinue Beng Hock inquest

P Ramakrishnan calls for a royal commission of inquiry to replace the discredited inquest into Teoh Beng Hock's sudden death. We are gathered here...

Remembering Beng Hock in Penang

If the present government does not want to change the system, then the rakyat can change the Government in the next GE. S H...

Aliran Monthly 30: 8 editor’s note

Justice in Malaysia – or the lack of it – is our focus in this issue. Teoh Beng Hock – and others who have perished...

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