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Open Letter to the Average 20-something in KL

Open Letter to the Average 20-something in KL

You are…

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#LoveWins: What the US Supreme Court’s decision means

#LoveWins: What the US Supreme Court’s decision means

Does the judgment change anything in Malaysia?

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Ramadhan in Malaysia: Can’t we all get along?

Ramadhan in Malaysia: Can’t we all get along?

Jason Kay asks for some peace, love, and understanding.

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An Earthquake Triggers A Mountain of Stupidity

An Earthquake Triggers A Mountain of Stupidity

The tragedy that followed the tragedy.

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My Top Five Favourite Spas

My Top Five Favourite Spas

An article of great importance.

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Book Review: Becoming Hannah

Book Review: Becoming Hannah

Daniel Teoh briefly reviews Hannah Yeoh’s autobiography.

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It’s up to us to fight for a better Malaysia

It’s up to us to fight for a better Malaysia

Louis Liaw’s confessions of a student abroad.

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ACSC/APF 2015: Keeping the Faith, 24 April 2015

ACSC/APF 2015: Keeping the Faith, 24 April 2015

The Human Rights Resource Centre (HRRC) and Global Movement of Moderates (GMM) Foundation will be hosting a session on freedom of religion in ASEAN during the ASEAN People’s Forum 2015, 24 April 2015, 2 – 4 p.m; Session 49, Conference Room B, 2nd Floor Wisma MCA, Kuala Lumpur. The HRRC will present some key findings of its […]

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“1984” slogans and concepts in our reality

“1984” slogans and concepts in our reality

Anne Fung pens her thoughts about George Orwell’s 1984; Anne is also a graduate of Sekolah Aktivisme 2014! My first George Orwell’s work was Animal Farm but it is the children’s version of 1984. “Animal Farm” is not as dark as “1984”. If you are a beginner to Orwellian work, try out “Animal Farm” before […]

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3 things we learnt from the Kelantan State Syariah Enactment

3 things we learnt from the Kelantan State Syariah Enactment

What did we learn from Kelantan’s latest syariah foray?

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Hush Hush, It May Be Seditious

Hush Hush, It May Be Seditious

Declan joins Pusat Rakyat LB’s army of forever interns and this is his first article for the most awesome blawg in this universe! Declan writes about Tian Chua’s sedition case, one of Pusat Rakyat LB’s strategic litigation case. On 13 May 2013, a forum was held at the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall […]

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Five Lessons for a Meaningful 2015

Five Lessons for a Meaningful 2015

Gaythri looks forward to 2015 by reflecting on what 2014 has taught her.

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Role of Muslim Women in Public Life

Role of Muslim Women in Public Life

Azira Aziz’s list of prominent Muslim women

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Curious decisions in Indira & Deepa

Curious decisions in Indira & Deepa

The net effect of the judgments in the two cases explained.

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Planning A Protest: A Personal Perspective

Planning A Protest: A Personal Perspective

Cassandra’s takeaway lessons from the Walk4PeaceNFreedom London.

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Keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan Dalam Kes Transgender

Keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan Dalam Kes Transgender

Satu ringkasan penghakiman yang membatalkan undang-undang menjenayahkan transgender

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Indira Gandhi Case: Mandamus Against Police

Indira Gandhi Case: Mandamus Against Police

The full grounds of judgment by Lee Swee Seng J

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Coming Home

Coming Home

A returning student’s plea for understanding.

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Gender Equality in Student Politics

Gender Equality in Student Politics

Vince Tan writes about women in student politics and activism

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Matinya Kebebasan Akademik di Universiti Malaya

Matinya Kebebasan Akademik di Universiti Malaya

Pelucutan jawatan Profesor Redzuan Othman hanyalah satu daripada pelbagai masalah di UM

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