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Increasing the representation of women, especially mothers, in parliament, is good not just for the women and children, but also for the nation as a whole because it creates a more balanced society.
The emergence of these women’s accusations on Twitter is a reminder of the prevalence of sexual assault in Malaysia
Malaysian mothers married to foreign spouses want equal rights as fathers to confer citizenship to their children born abroad.
New governance has renewed women’s resolve to push their agenda forward, pinning their hopes on Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as the Women and Family Development Minister.
The amendments offer more urgent protection for victims and will even address financial abuse of the elderly by family members.
Stalking is dangerous for it causes victims psychological harm and could be indicative of potential abuse.
Strides to advance the woman’s cause were made by Malaysian women who persevered, and sometimes marched when all else failed.
Women’s groups have persisted in their quest to fight for equal rights and address gender discrimination.
The Aiyoh Wat Lah?! awards return – with input from university students
With the NGO Awam, she has spent 30 years at the heart of the women's movement.