SUHAKAM Tidak Wajar Eksploitasi Isu Larangan Bertudung Untuk Sokong ICERD

WAFIQ merujuk kepada Kenyataan Media Suruhankaya Hak Asasi Manusia (SUHAKAM) yang bertarikh 31 Oktober 2018 mengenai kepentingan Malaysia menandatangani dan mengiktiraf International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD) sebagai saranan dan jalan penyelesaian untuk isu diskriminasi di tempat kerja yang dihadapi oleh ribuan wanita di Malaysia terutamanya dalam industri perhotelan […]

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Hijab Banning Issue does not Justify Ratification of ICERD

WAFIQ refers to SUHAKAM’s Media Statement  dated 31 October 2018 on the need for Malaysia to ratify the International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD), as the proposed solution for workplace discrimination faced by numerous Malaysian women in the hotel industry who are not allowed to wear headscarves or hijab. […]

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Penyediaan TASKA: Kepuasan wanita bekerja termasuk penjagaan anak

Langkah menambah Taman Asuhan Kanak-Kanak (TASKA) di bangunan kerajaan dapat memberi kepuasan yang secara langsung mendorong penyertaan lebih ramai wanita dalam sektor pekerjaan. Presiden Perikatan Wanita Antarabangsa Untuk Institusi Keluarga dan Pendidikan Berkualiti (WAFIQ), Prof Madya Dr Rafidah Hanim Mokhtar, berkata ia selari hasil kajian mengenai kepuasan wanita bekerja pernah dijalankan organisasi itu bersama Universiti […]

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Stakeholder Report for the 3rd Cycle of Universal Periodic Review on Malaysia

INTRODUCTION The International Women’s Alliance for Family Institution and Quality Education (WAFIQ) is a women’s civil society organisation, registered with the Malaysian Registrar of Society PPM-015-10-23032018. It upholds the rights of women to be respected and valued, ensures the sanctity of families to be preserved for better functioning of the society and strives for better […]

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P Kasthuriraani must not mislead Parliament – MACSA

P Kasthuriraani must not mislead Parliament, be more constitutionally literate – MACSA 18 October 2018 Recently media reports in particular one by Free Malaysia Today on 16 October 2018 have quoted the Honourable Member of Parliament for Batu Kawan, P Kasthuriraani, urging the Government to “ratify” a certain United Nations General Assembly Resolution, the Declaration […]

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MACSA supports effort to extend basic rights of stateless and refugees children.

13th October 2018 MACSA welcomes the move by the government to allow stateless children to register in national schools as announced by the Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching. Malaysia has ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), which is particularly important when it comes to access to education for stateless children […]

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MACSA releases Joint Submission for Stakeholders Information 2018 in anticipation of Malaysia’s 3rd UPR Before The UNHRC

  In conjunction with the recent celebration of our 61st Merdeka Day and in anticipation of Malaysia’s pending Universal Periodic Review (UPR) before the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) this November, being its 3rd to date, we are pleased to grant access for the viewing of the Malaysian public MACSA’s Joint Submission for Stakesholder’s […]

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WAFIQ: Jangan Nafikan Hak Wanita Bertudung

    Baru-baru ini kita menyaksikan perdebatan di parlimen mengenai hak wanita Islam untuk bertudung di tempat kerja. Yang Berhormat Siti Zailah, Ahli Parlimen Rantau Panjang telah bangkit dan mengetengahkan dengan beraninya sebuah isu yang telah lamakita perkatakan iaitu hak wanita khususnya yang bekerja di dalam sektor penerbangan sebagai pramugari agar mempunyai pilihan untuk memakai […]

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