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Hop On The Migrant Bus!

Hop On The Migrant Bus!

International Migrants’ Day 18 December 2012. All Human All Equal.

Staring Modern-Day Slavery in the Face

Staring Modern-Day Slavery in the Face

Men, women, children are still being exploited every day; unscrupulous beings profit from this. Fight it.

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Are we well protecting the unprotected?

Are we well protecting the unprotected?

A look at the scope of current national laws on victims of modern-day slavery.

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A little something on human trafficking

A little something on human trafficking

‘Trafficking’ – what does this big word really involve and how is it our problem?

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A Call for Rescue

A Call for Rescue

A true account of a human trafficking incident; a reminder of its stark proximity to us.

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Cheaper to free immigrants than to detain them?

Cheaper to free immigrants than to detain them?

Considering possible alternatives to detaining immigrants.

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Migrants welcomed!

Migrants welcomed!

All We Want is Love in Return

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Forum: Verdict – Illegal!

Forum: Verdict – Illegal!

The story behind the legal challenge on the Australia-Malaysia Refugee Swap Deal.

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Malaysia’s Tarnished Reputation (Part 2)

Malaysia’s Tarnished Reputation (Part 2)

A blow to Malaysia’s image by the Australian High Court (Part 2).

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Malaysia’s Reputation Tarnished in Australian Court (Part 1)

Malaysia’s Reputation Tarnished in Australian Court (Part 1)

A blow to Malaysia’s image by the Australian High Court (Part 1).

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LoyarBocor: Malaysia-Australia Human Swap Agreements

LoyarBocor: Malaysia-Australia Human Swap Agreements

Are these the controversial documents signed by Malaysia and Australia swapping refugees and asylum-seekers?

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M’sians In Exile: A Visual Demonstration Through Project Exodus

M’sians In Exile: A Visual Demonstration Through Project Exodus

A photography exhibition documenting the brain drain syndrome plaguing Malaysia.

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Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields: Take Action

Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields: Take Action

A plea to take action against the war criminals who still wield an iron fist in Sri Lanka, hiding the horrific extermination of thousands of Tamils during the country’s long civil war.

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Flight From Incheon (Part 3) #LoyarBerkasih

Flight From Incheon (Part 3) #LoyarBerkasih

As a country in which Muslims are the majority, Malaysia’s apathy often baffles me.

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The People’s Uprising of Egypt – Bringing it Home.

The People’s Uprising of Egypt – Bringing it Home.

Beyond the ideals surrounding the Egyptian Revolution – quo vadis, Malaysians?

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Flight From Incheon (Part 2) #LoyarBerkasih

Flight From Incheon (Part 2) #LoyarBerkasih

Avyanthi (Avie) Azis writes on the undocumented struggling to make sense of life and love in Kuala Lumpur.

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Flight From Incheon (Part 1) #LoyarBerkasih

Flight From Incheon (Part 1) #LoyarBerkasih

Reflections on love and refugees in Kuala Lumpur.

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Dual Nationality: The Queen’s Malaysians

Dual Nationality: The Queen’s Malaysians

Continuing his series on popular misconceptions about what the Constitution does or doesn’t provide, Andrew Yong looks at the question of dual nationality and the British connection.

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Rising ethnic nationalism in Sri Lanka targets minorities for abuse

Rising ethnic nationalism in Sri Lanka targets minorities for abuse

A press release for the new report released today by the international NGO Minority Rights Group detailing how human rights violations are being committed against Muslims and Tamils by the Government of Sri Lanka. Human rights violations in Sri Lanka continue unabated against ethnic Tamils and Muslims who fear an increasingly nationalist government, a new [...]

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When can we commemorate World Refugee Day?

When can we commemorate World Refugee Day?

Refugees are defined as people who are unable to return to their home countries due to fear of persecution, war or conflict and are entitled under international law to protection and assistance. However our government does not generally recognise refugees but treats them like “illegal” migrants.

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