PusatRakyatLB intern Frances attended the launch and briefly analyses the report to consider how much the new Pakatan government has made a difference after its first 100 days. On 19 June 2018, SUARAM held the launch of its annual human rights report at the Chinese Assembly Hall in Kuala Lumpur. At this event, the […]
In her first ever article, Sarah-Ann Yong writes about her experience during the first ever MCCHR Level 2 (Intermediate) Strategic Litigation training (1-4 December 2016) where she met moot court judges Nasty, Nastier and Nastiest. Fourteen young lawyers were very fortunate to be selected to attend the first ever Level 2 (Intermediate) Strategic Litigation training […]
Hear what these young people have to say about the latest CLP Ruling Amendments
George Varughese, Vice-President of the Malaysian Bar opening remarks at Strategic Litigation Conference #SLC
Closing remarks by Edmund Bon at the MCCHR-BC Strategic Litigation Conference, 3 October 2015
Daniel Teoh Tzu Yong talks about the haze.
“I believe that the law on Human Rights is a necessary complement to the rules and regulations such as the Constitution that governs the nation. More so, its importance is elevated in the contemporary era of democracy. Without Human Rights people lose their rights to be relevant; for their rights to be taken into account […]
The Strategic Litigation Camp was held from 25 to 28 February 2015 at Thistle Hotel, Port Dickson. It was organised by the Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR), also known as Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok (PRLB) and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative. The participants were mainly young lawyers and pupils in […]
This post has previously been published on GarfieldNyan and is reproduced with the permission of the author. This is Raffael Lim’s first article on LoyarBurok. On the way back from KL, I saw an old Indian lady, dressed in a somewhat shabby dress, in the LRT. Her appearance was one of great hardship, exemplified by the […]
Pepper Lim recounts to Paprika some of the things we could be doing instead of just complaining.
Mei Mei Chu, on a particularly difficult week at the news desk.
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, punish and redress business-related human rights abuses? There are no specific government body that is tasked with this responsibility. However, there are a number of […]
The first internship programme of its kind.
Have you freed your spirit?
Animah Kosai’s interpretation, and where she thinks we should go from here.
We have a right to basic security.
Justine’s public ecstasy.
Calling all entries for the first volume of the Asian Journal of Legal Studies!