Satu ringkasan penghakiman yang membatalkan undang-undang menjenayahkan transgender
Forever intern Cassandra Chung writes about the Bagon Datok case, one of PusatRakyat’s strategic litigation cases.
Something is rotten in the state of Malaysia
Pepper Lim recounts to Paprika some of the things we could be doing instead of just
Cassandra narrates her experiences going through her first Idola workshop
Former intern Paula Tena describes her internship with the most #ohsem Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok.
“We belong to one race, the human race and we have only one earth. The earth
In 1996, MAMPU (or Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit) embarked on an ambitious e-government
How an ADUN earns brownie points through UndiMsia!
Read UndiMsia!'s self-evaluation.
When working with indigenous peoples in Hulu Langat, the MCCHR has collaborated with and learnt from
Puthan Perumal beseeches us to stop the hatred.
Puthan Perumal comments on section 81 of the Contracts Act 1950.
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The feistiest female lawyer goes silent when it is about herself.
Cassandra Chung reviews The Wrong Enemy by Carlotta Gall. Set in the aftermath 9/11, when Americans started their attack on Afghanistan in the hopes of crippling Osama bin Laden’s extremist movement, Gall goes into the role
Pelucutan jawatan Profesor Redzuan Othman hanyalah satu daripada pelbagai masalah di UM
Pepper explains how Bill Gates could change the average household income of Malaysians
A review of the Ahmadiyah case by Pauline Ting, forever intern of Pusat Rakyat LB. For months, the lawyers prepared the necessary papers; applicants were interviewed, most of them refugees
The iron claws of the Sedition Act has entered the doors of the universities
Zaid Ibrahim's speech on Karpal Singh at Gandhi Memorial Trust
This baseline study looks specifically at the State Duty to Protect in the UN “Protect, Respect, and Remedy” Framework (UN Framework). What government bodies have the responsibility to prevent, investigate,