This article was written by Andrew Khoo for the Malaysian Bar and originally published on 23 September 2014 here. Why should human rights and business matter for businesses, including law firms? Find out at the IMLC 2014, 26 September 2014, Breakout Session 8, Stream C. Speakers include Michelle Gyles-McDonnough (United Nations Resident Coordinator for Malaysia), Professor […]
Download the infographic for the Deklarasi Hak Orang Asal Antarabangsa (UNDRIP) here!
Mary O’Donovan shares with us her unique and enlightening Malaysian internship experience.
International Migrants’ Day 18 December 2012. All Human All Equal.
Post Bersih 3.0 – what now?
Antara kemenangan 1-0 ke atas KDN, kebebasan akhbar dan ‘tali barut asing’.
Our residential Esperanto expert, Sinjoro Eng, writes about up-coming Esperanto events around the world.
Sinjoro Eng invites you to learn and teach others the international language of Esperanto.
Considering possible alternatives to detaining immigrants.
The world must investigate the Sri Lankan genocide of Tamils.
Media statement by Human Rights Watch.
Daniel John Jambun outlines 11 major reasons for the poverty levels seen in Sabah & Sarawak.
The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), the Malaysia Inner Temple Alumni Association and the Bar Council of Malaysia are pleased to invite you to a talk entitled “A Nation’s Descent Into Darkness – The United Nations Rwanda Tribunal: Its Successes And Failures”. The speaker is Iain Morley QC, with Tan Sri James Foong […]
In solidarity with our Papuan friends who have been enduring human rights abuses carried out by Indonesian security forces – intimidation, torture and killing of villagers, activists and journalists – a documentary screening and discussion will be held on 14 November, 3.00p.m. at The Annexe Gallery, Kuala Lumpur.
Millions of Afghans will cast their ballots at the poll this coming August for its second Presidential election since the Taliban was ousted in 2001. Some remain skeptical whether the election will be free and fair while others remain hopeful and desperate to see a positive change in the future administration. Lim Ka Ea conducted […]