Rosdila Ngah Roslan ialah fellow orang asli MCCHR dari 1 Mac hingga 31 Ogos 2020. Saya sudah bekerja dengan MCCHR selama enam bulan. Saya ingin berkongsi tentang pengalaman saya di sini. Saya rasa sangat bertuah kerana dapat peluang ini, ia memberi saya banyak pengalaman dan pelajaran. Apa yang saya perasan dalam diri saya, saya ada […]
Rosdila Ngah Roslan ialah fellow orang asli MCCHR dari 1 Mac hingga 31 Ogos 2020. Ringkasan Laporan Inkuiri Nasional Mengenai Hak Tanah Orang Asli/Asal memberi maklumat tentang isu-isu tanah yang dihadapi oleh orang asli. Sebagai masyarakat yang terpinggir di Malaysia, hak orang asli ada dalam Akta Orang Asli 1954, Kanun Tanah Negara 1965 dan undang-undang […]
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Desecration of indigenous land and lives understood up close in my maiden visit to Sarawak.
Full text of the talk presented at #TEDxMS on 5 November 2012.
Cos you gotta rewind, to free your mind.
Daniel John Jambun outlines 11 major reasons for the poverty levels seen in Sabah & Sarawak.
We kick start this week’s ‘Stories from the East’ with a pensive piece by columnist Dina Zaman who looks back on her recent trip to Sarawak and realises what many an Orang Semenanjung must understand about the Bornean state.
On the 18th Feb, 2011, 100 armed thugs camped at Rumah Ranggong, Sarawak with explosives & parangs, over a land dispute between the longhouse and an oil palm company. Now the villagers are being accused as the aggressors by the local press.
LoyarBurok’s 10 wishes for 2011, as voted by LoyarBurokkers.
LoyarBurok casts a collective beady eye at the twelve months that was 2010.
Addressing FAQ by Malaysians regarding Orang Asli customary land rights. “What makes them so special that they can demand customary land rights when the rest of us have to buy our land?” “Why should customary land rights be protected in these modern times?”
Regarding the dynamics of the Government notion of “consultation” when it comes to the Orang Asli and why it needs to think out-of-the-box and stop pigeon-holing the community.
Considering the “relevance” of the OA community’s demands from the government’s perspective following a historic OA protest walk in Putrajaya on March 17, 2010.
On March 17, 2010 The OA community took to Putrajaya for a historic walk and what seems to be the biggest gathering of OAever. This peaceful stage of protest and show of unison by the community was in response to yet another government policy that ignores their rights.