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This is the second in a series of stories on image-based abuse supported by the Judith Neilson Institute’s Asian Stories project, in collaboration with The Korea Times, Indonesia’s Tempo magazine, the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, and Manila-based ABS-CBN. Sonia Sarkar, Tashny Sukumaran and Lee Min-young contributed reporting. The piece contains descriptions of a sexual nature.
A Malaysian teenager who used TikTok to challenge inappropriate behaviour by a teacher, launched a movement to make schools a safer place.
Any act which causes students to feel violated must never be dismissed as a ‘joke’.
Madison Smith, 22, collected the hundreds of signatures necessary to empanel the grand jury after the county prosecutor resolved the case by allowing the perpetrator to plead guilty to aggravated battery and receive two years’ probation.
Sexual harassment and bullying in Malaysian educational institutions have been an unresolved issue for decades and this young woman starts an online movement with the aim of helping to propel it from school level to legislation.
Variants of concern during this year’s festive occasion – from pandemic to Palestine and struggles to make the world a safer place to live in.
PETALING JAYA: Student Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam's #MakeSchoolASaferPlace movement to end rape culture in schools, has garnered further international attention with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) chronicling her journey.
She’s been threatened with expulsion, gaslighted and shut out by her schoolmates and teachers but teenager Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam is determined to do what’s needed to #makeschoolasaferplace.