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The Romance of Human Rights

The Romance of Human Rights

On Valentine’s Day, 14.2.09, the Malaysian Law Students Alliance (MALSA) together with the Bar Council co-organised a Human Rights Forum to raise human rights awareness due to the many violations of fundamental human rights that have been happening in the country. The forum took off at 2.30 pm at the Bar Council Auditorium. There were […]

“The human spirit has proven for generations through many revolutions and civil wars that liberty and freedom is worth more than life itself…”: Gregory Marimuthu

“The human spirit has proven for generations through many revolutions and civil wars that liberty and freedom is worth more than life itself…”: Gregory Marimuthu

Welcome speech by the President of MALSA, Gregory Marimuthu, at the Valentine’s with Human Rights Forum on 14 February 2009, Bar Council. The obvious interdependence between peoples of different continents, the rapid growth of population and increasing contact between peoples and governments are the fundamental reasons for the promotion of Human Rights. Equality enhanced would […]

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Valentine’s with Human Rights Forum, 14 Feb 2008

Valentine’s with Human Rights Forum, 14 Feb 2008

What’s an excellent way to spend Valentine’s Day? At the Valentine’s with Human Rights Forum! Organised by the Malaysian Law Students Alliance (MALSA), and supported by the Bar Council, this is the plug:

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“Democracy is more than the ritual casting of a ballot at multi-party elections. True democracy involves…”: Amos Kok

We applaud him, and in our hearts thank him for giving a reminder why many still shoulder on this struggle. As mentioned here, find the unplugged version of law student, Amos Kok‘s speech at the MALSA launch on 20 December 2008. Only minor editorial editions have been made to preserve the original message and tone […]

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Beware, new collective in town – introducing MALSA!

Beware, new collective in town – introducing MALSA!

20 December 2008 saw the launch of a new rights-based collective of law students. Numbering more than 100 already from over five private colleges, it will grow in strength very fast very soon.

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