The MCCHR Resource Center houses hundreds of materials on social and political sciences, but the best kept secret (in my opinion) is the selection of books that creatively illustrate law and social activism. One such book is The Law of Superheroes by American attorneys James Daily and Ryan Davidson. This book originated from a blog […]
The last two types of trippy logic that could blow your mind.
A stomp in protest against those who trample on our rights.
To remember all that our forefathers have fought for is to continue the fight.
What next, after all is said and done?
Together with hundreds of thousands of other Sarawakians, M. Chauhan recently exercised his right as a citizen to vote in the State elections. So which part of “MY RIGHT TO VOTE” does Utusan Malaysia not understand?
Freedom, Independence and Justice – is our conception of these ideals skewed? Aston Paiva discusses.
Starting with the Perak Mufti’s now infamous remark about a “new Constitution”, then rebutted by Professor Dr Abdul Aziz Bari, a LoyarBurokker today flies us on a hot-air balloon, LB-styled. The courts have consistently ignored the Constitution and failed to uphold many of its protective provisions. The people have suffered. Is the Malaysian Federal Constitution a Document of Tyranny or one of Salvation? Is it time to let go of a Constitution which continues to protect only the elite and powerful?
A critique on the quality of prosecution and certain lackadaisical DPPs, and the irreversible consequences this malfeasance imparts onto another person’s life and the criminal justice system.
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 […]
19-year old Gabrielle Chong won the first prize at the recently concluded Bar Council Public Speaking Competition held from 9 to 12 December 2008. She spoke passionately about the continuing marginalisation and discrimination of LGBTs, and moved the judges with her simple message delivering the essence of what it means to be human. Do also […]