After nine long years, Indira Gandhi’s challenge against the unilateral conversion of her three children to Islam has finally drawn to a close. MCCHR interns Sarah and Max were at the Federal Court on 29 January 2018 and this is their summary of the Federal Court’s decision. The full grounds of judgement of the Federal Court […]
Uncovering the burkini ban in France
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 […]
A review of the Ahmadiyah case by Pauline Ting, forever intern of Pusat Rakyat LB. For months, the lawyers prepared the necessary papers; applicants were interviewed, most of them refugees from other countries. These refugees came to Malaysia hoping that things will get better in a new country. Malaysia, claiming to be a moderate Islamic […]
Ex-husband found in contempt for not handing child over
Art Harun poses a peculiar jurisdictional conundrum.
Interpreting the Court of Appeal decision.
Lord Bobo gets on the banned-wagon.
King Chai calls on Malaysians to just sit down, breathe, and think for a minute.
Part 2 of Ricky Sim and MCCHR’s discussion on the Seksualiti Merdeka case
Low Hong Ping shares with us an interesting look at his life and Malaysian law — a week in the Life of Ping.
Lee Swee Seng JC’s grounds for quashing the conversion certificates
An analysis of the Allah issue from both a constitutional and Islamic perspective.
An invitation for Malaysians to think about what the Qur’an really says.
The Monkeysuit Protocol presents another human rights tip in August Man M’sia.
Two lawyers disputed common political claims that Malaysia is an Islamic state.
Democracy is not about the submission of the minority to the views of the majority.
An exciting forum this Tuesday 16 August, 8pm.
This week, His Supreme Eminenceness regales readers about the presumption of innocence, and how you too can be a Jedi.