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Stateless children, especially those with a Malaysian parent, have the right to Malaysian citizenship.
Malaysia’s first women’s tribunal will take place in November, announced The Joint Action Group for Gender Equality and Engender Consultancy in a press conference today.
A tweet about period spot checks in schools has led to a torrent of anguished sharing about humiliating and harmful practices that have become normalised.
Dedicated child helpline Buddy Bear is ready to step in to fill the gap to help children in need during the pandemic.
Join WAO’s International Day of the Girl Virtual Sports Festival to celebrate girls’ empowerment through sports.
Global singing competition I-Sing World 2020 to be held in Malaysia expected to attract participants from 50 countries.
Malaysian health columnist Dr Milton Lum calls for an end to female genital mutilation, whether mild or severe, as it only causes harm to women.
Syafeek Ikhwan, an education officer from Suhakam, sang Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza’s 'Kau Kekasihku', in the recent world singing competition.
From odd trends to unpredictable politics to the engagement of the year, 2017 was quite a ride.
Get a copy of Universiti Malaya’s new 'Law Review journal', which discusses important questions about laws and their impact on you and me.