Addressing Religious Discrimination and Sexual Harassments Against Working Women – MACSA

Women’s participation in the national workforce has increased from 5.72 million in the second quarter of 2017 to 5.76 million in the third quarter in the same year according to Chief Statistician of the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM), Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin. The female labour force participation rate for Malaysia was 54.3% […]

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Menangani Masalah Diskriminasi Agama & Gangguan Seksual di Kalangan Wanita di Tempat Kerja (MACSA)

Penglibatan wanita dalam sektor pekerjaan negara telah meningkat dari 5.72 juta dalam suku kedua tahun 2017 kepada 5.76 juta dalam suku ketiga tahun yang sama, seperti yang dinyatakan oleh Ketua Perangkawan, Jabatan Perangkaan Malaysia, Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin. Kadar penyertaan wanita dalam tenaga kerja di Malaysia adalah 54.3% pada tahun sebelumnya. Trend terkini […]

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[Video] MACSA di IKIMfm: Semakan Berkala Sejagat PBB dan Isu LGBT

ANALISIS BERSAMA MACSA | “Semakan Berkala Sejagat Majlis Hak Asasi Manusia PBB: Peranan Pertubuhan Masyarakat Sivil (Islam) dan Isu LGBT” Tetamu: Ybhg Hj Azril Mohd Amin Ketua Eksekutif Centre For Human Rights Reserach & Advocacy (CENTHRA) merangkap Pengerusi MACSA Ybhg Prof Madya Dr Rafidah Hanim Mokhtar Presiden Perikatan Wanita Antarabangsa Untuk Institusi Keluarga & Pendidikan […]

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Human Rights Shaped By Cultural Contexts

MEDIA STATEMENT ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: Human Rights Shaped By Cultural Contexts 10 DECEMBER 2017 1. The Centre for Human Rights Research & Advocacy (CENTHRA), one of the many civil society organisations (CSOs) forming part and parcel of the Malaysian Alliance of Civil Society Organisations in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Process (MACSA), was formed […]

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Advocating Atheism Is Against The Constitution

MEDIA STATEMENT: Advocating Atheism Is Against The Constitution 30 NOVEMBER 2017 The right to freedom of expression, as protected under Article 10 of the Federal Constitution, is accompanied by both the implicit and legal responsibility to exercise that right responsibly and in ways that do not disrupt the peace and harmony of our Malaysian society. […]

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