#MeToo: WWF-Malaysia reviewing sexual harassment allegations by former staff


PETALING JAYA: Environmental conservation group World Wide Fund for Nature Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia) has launched a review in light of “troubling allegations” of sexual harassment within the organisation that was raised by a former employee.

Former WWF-Malaysia employee Rahayu Zulkifli, who had worked with the organisation for 10 years, took to social media platform Facebook to allege that sexual harassment complaints against an individual were “swept under the carpet” by people in authority.

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