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Sexual abuse must be tackled head on, says Raja Zarith

KUALA LUMPUR: Sexual abuse is an issue Malaysia needs to tackle head-on to ensure all children are protected, says Johor Permaisuri Raja Zarith Sofiah Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah.

Malaysian predators now roaming abroad, says study

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian paedophiles are now travelling abroad to commit sex crimes, a new global study suggests, not unlike the stereotypical Western tourists soliciting children in the dark clubs of Thailand.

Budget travel enabling more child sex offenders to move around, say experts

KUALA LUMPUR: The rise of budget travel has enabled child sex offenders to move around more easily.

Cops launch unit to guard against online child predators

KUALA LUMPUR: The police took another vital step towards safeguarding children from predators by launching the Malaysia Internet Crime Against Children Investigation Unit (Micac).

Protect the child first

While we all want justice for child victims of crime, media organisations and netizens must have their best interest in mind when publishing stories or videos.

Indonesian police probe foreign 'orders' for child pornography

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian authorities are investigating whether a child pornography ring had links to an international network, police said on Tuesday, after videos of adult women engaged in sexual acts with boys went viral on social media.

Check with the Child Registry

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Senior Vice-Chairman, Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF).

Diary of paedophile Huckle revealed in British documentary

PETALING JAYA: Britain's worst paedophile Richard Huckle, who preyed on Malaysian children in an impoverished part of Kuala Lumpur, had kept a record of his sexual assaults on minors in a recently-revealed diary.

NGO on mission to prevent sexual abuse of kids

KUALA LUMPUR: Non-governmental organisation Ikram Malaysia is on a mission to prevent sexual abuse of children and discourage the young from watching pornography.

Vet your workers, child centres urged

PETALING JAYA: It takes only minutes to fill in the form and attach a photo to the authorities, yet, nearly all institutions that work with children in Malaysia do not take the time to carry out background checks on their staff.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

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