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Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Incidences of violence faced by women and children have escalated in Malaysia and around the world since the pandemic and it is more crucial than even to stand against violence and advocate for victims.
It is crucial that victims of sexual harassment speak out and officially report the harassment they experience so that perpetrators can be brought to justice.
Help is out there for victims of sexual harassment, and here's what you should do if you encounter it.
While waiting for the sexual harassment bill to be passed, victims are coming forward more and more, to expose their harassers online.
Movement restrictions to stop the spread of the coronavirus may result in violence in homes becoming more frequent, severe and dangerous. More needs to be done to help those in need.
Three women artists use their art to provoke thought and challenge patrichal belief systems that are harmful.
We need to change the pervasive and toxic culture that polices what women wear and holds them responsible for leading men astray. We need to call out perpetrators of violence and make them accountable for their behaviour.
What do today’s art markets do? Are they places to browse for hidden gems, to meet other art lovers, to find a collaborator in realising your next big art project?
Sisters of Islam (SIS), an NGO committed to promoting women's rights, is back with its annual fund-raising art exhibition series, which opens at Cult Gallery, Bukit Tunku in Kuala Lumpur on Aug 3.
Current laws do not protect women from rape in her marriage, giving a man the impunity to perpetrate sexual violence on his wife.