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Ignoring or stifling the demands of youth will risk ostracising a large potential voter base.
From AZRUL MOHD KHALIB, Head, Galen Centre for Health & Social Policy
WHEN 17-year-old Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam spoke out against a teacher who joked about rape in class, she received a lot of backlash, including rape threats.
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’.
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: Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam has been chosen to be the first recipient of a public donation drive that will see her participate in an international youth development programme.
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.