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PERLIS is the third state in the country to implement the Malaysian Islamic Marriage Management System which was introduced by the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) in 2012.
JOHOR non-governmental organisations for women’s rights are calling on the state government to reintroduce a legal aid scheme to help women through contentious divorces.Johor Women’s League (Jewel) programme chairman Thanam Visvanathan-Suresh said divorce tended to be a heavy burden for women, especially those who had to go through dispute.
A SINGLE mother of seven has been struggling to make ends meet ever since she lost her job as a cook at a religious school in Ayer Hitam last year.
THERE is a need for better protection of women and children when married couples decide to go separate ways.
Domestic violence takes a number of forms – physical, verbal, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. It can be both subtle or violent. The victims must act to save themselves and society must not turn a blind eye to this social problem, especially now that perpetrators are taking to using technology to bully the victims and make them submissive. In this article, we hear abused women talk about their anguish.Women in despair
LIFE changes for the better and doors of opportunity open when stateless individuals receive their Malaysian citizenship.
THE term “single mother”, better known as ibu tunggal in Malaysian society, commonly refers to women who are either divorced or widowed.
SOCIAL entrepreneur Vatsala Nair Manoharan has formed Mom’s Village to help women achieve financial independence by rediscovering their value.
FORTY-eight-year-old Annie (not her real name) tolerated her husband’s mental abuse and infidelity for many years.