‘State of the World’s Human Rights’ report 2023

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The “State of the World’s Human Rights” report 2023-24, published by Amnesty International, is an annual documentation of human rights conditions globally.

According to the report, authorities across the world continue to “assault” universal freedoms, while economic crises, climate change and environmental degradation disproportionately affect already marginalised communities.

These are just some of the findings from the report, which documents human rights concerns in 2023 in 155 countries, including right here in Malaysia.

BFM speaks to Katrina Jorene Maliamauv, the executive director of Amnesty International Malaysia, to get a rundown of Malaysia’s report card for 2023 and to discuss actions and steps governments and others can take to do better for everyone. View the “State of the World’s Human Rights” report 2023-24 here.

Produced and presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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