Do you want to know more about net neutrality and right to be forgotten? Do you want to know how these concepts will be applied in Malaysia? Come to our Strategic Litigation Camp on Internet Freedom – 25 to 28 February 2015 (leaving to Port Dickson only at 6pm on 25 February 2015). Programme is […]
And we need your help. Throughout January and February, the MCCHR team will be working on revamping the community space to serve you better. The new community centre will feature a café, a library and an activity space. The café will not only serve good coffee, but will also offer a cosy space for you […]
We live in exciting times where the Dragon of the East has risen from its slumber and clashes with the other powers in the world. In this book, Nina Hachigian, who is now heading the US mission to ASEAN, pairs American and Chinese experts to engage in a series of letter exchanges. Academics and former […]
Something is rotten in the state of Malaysia
Pepper Lim recounts to Paprika some of the things we could be doing instead of just complaining.
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 we are given is not just for us but also for those who come after us. They need a tomorrow and the rest on us today.”—Irene Fernandez This year’s strategic litigation camp is happening from Thursday, 7 August until […]
In 1996, MAMPU (or Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit) embarked on an ambitious e-government project in their effort to further improve service delivery amongst federal government agencies. Since then, Malaysian citizens have benefited tremendously from improvement in government services. Waiting and processing times at government departments and offices have also improved. And, thanks […]
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 other civil society organisations. Among the people who have been a valuable resource for UndiMsia! Orang Asli project are Colin Nicholas and Jenita Engi from the Centre for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC). At our Adopt the Street Project closing […]
How the concept of 1 Man, 1 Vote & 1 Value is destroyed?
Yu Li shares how she became an activist — and why you should become one too.
Pepper Lim explains gerrymandering to his daughter using an example a five-year old and politicians could understand.
Gerrymandering week continues.
Aida wraps up her #LordBoboForKajang series.
Raising awareness about gerrymandering.