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Young student who is interning with the Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights and trying to understand Malaysian striking multi-culturalism with her French mind. Cappuccino drinker and music player when free time comes.
Satire and its limitation: cases from the European Court of Human Rights

Satire and its limitation: cases from the European Court of Human Rights

In her second article for the best blawg on earth, Marion examines the narrow circumstances the European Court of Human Rights limit satirical expression. On 31 October 2017, the Federal Court sent the Fahmi Reza case back to the Sessions Court, after ruling that the order granted by the High Court (to have the constitutionality […]

Social Media and Privacy: Where do we put the limit?

Social Media and Privacy: Where do we put the limit?

…how our personal information is being used and stored by digital platforms raise many questions.

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‘Bin Abdullah’ case: An illegitimate Muslim child or just a child?

‘Bin Abdullah’ case: An illegitimate Muslim child or just a child?

Marion who is interning with the MCCHR writes about the ‘bin Abdullah’ case, from a rights-based perspective as well as the social and cultural dimensions. Marion does not realise that becoming an intern with the MCCHR is a pledge to serve the MCCHR for life. On 25th July 2017, the Court of Appeal dismissed the […]

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