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Employers in a random survey acknowledge that a savings account will benefit domestic helpers, but they also fear that giving maids access to their money can be a disadvantage to the bosses.
Some 20 Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) psychology undergraduates visited four social welfare organisations in the Klang Valley recently as part of their coursework evaluation on social psychology.
The Temuan Orang Asli Community of Kampung Bukit Tampoi was the first indigenous group in the country to go to court to defend their customary rights to native land.
A group of 24 organisations from Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia and Singapore want to get their government to convene an Asean summit on children.
A two-week survey by Tenaganita, also an NGO, last July showed that 111 of the 169 immigrant children interviewed had never gone to school.
Sabah is awaiting a policy decision by the Federal Government to resolve its long-standing issue of stateless people.
Women's activist group Tenaganita hopes both the Federal and Sabah governments will find ways to resolve the state's problem of stateless people.
There will not be a Department of Parliament after all.
Malaysian social activists Dr Irene Fernandez and Zainah Anwar are among the 1,000 women from 153 countries nominated for the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize.
In his keynote address at the Congress on Integrity series, Datuk Anwar Fazal reminded the audience of 'the power of one'.
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