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Azalina all for protecting kids

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Azalina Othman is determined to push through a new law against child sexual abuse and has set herself an ambitious deadline.

Education

Need for new laws to keep kids safe

THE Action Committee on Sexual Crimes will study the need for new laws to address sexual crimes against children.

Nation

The people’s paper gets personal

Going to the heart of the matter, without fear or favour, can bring great change.

Nation

Cabinet willing to discuss review of King’s powers

KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet is open to discussions to review the limitation of the powers of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong before a new Act comes into force, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said.

Nation

Employment vetting of childcare workers on the cards

PETALING JAYA: Childcare providers plan to include employment vetting through the Register of Children into the existing Child Protection Policy to further reduce cases of abuse.

Nation

No need to submit names, childcare providers told

PUTRAJAYA: It is not compulsory for childcare providers and others in the industry to submit job seekers’ names for employment vetting under the newly-expanded Register of Children.

Nation

Offline bond, online safety

ONLINE or offline, a good relationship is key when mentoring our next generation.

Nation

Parents just aren’t doing enough

Most parents are worried sick about their child’s safety online yet the majority aren’t doing anything to protect their kids. And, those who have, still aren’t doing enough.

Nation

Protect your children online, parents urged

PETALING JAYA: Almost all Ma­­laysian parents worry about their child’s safety online, yet less than half of them actually do something about it, a survey showed.

Community

Don’t skirt around the issue

State Health, Transport, National Integration, Non-Muslim Affairs and New Villages Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon said it was a sad incident that highlighted the need for education among children on sexual abuse.