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Rape in Malaysia. 1988, 99 pp.

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Malaysia's Economy in Decline, by Khor Kok Peng. 1987, 156 pp.

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Development and the Environmental Crisis: A Malaysian Case. 1982, 430 pp.

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Malaysian Women: Problems and Issues, ed. by Evelyn Hong. 141 pp.

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Who are the poor in Malaysia?

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World Human Rights Day message to the Malaysian gov’t. Dec. 10, 2009. 4 pp.

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Protecting the rights of migrant workers and their families: Malaysia’s obligation. Dec. 6, 2009. 3 pp.

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Muhyiddin’s racist outburst demolishes Malaysia facade. Oct. 31, 2009. 5 pp.

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Malaysia's migrant hell-holes

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Malaysia: Refusing to resolve migrant woes. Dec. 18, 2009. 2 pp.

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Even Malays are leaving Malaysia

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The Tunku, Merdeka and Malaysia

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GRAVE FEARS FOR MISSING UIGHUR PHD STUDENT

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Briefing Paper, No.292, Malaysia: Further Restrictions on Freedom of the Press and Assembly. Jan. 4, 1988, 1 p.

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Briefing Paper, No.286, Malaysia Silences Critical Voices. Nov. 4, 1987, 1 p.

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Asian Action, No.42, Some Notes on Multinational Corporations in Malaysian Free Trade Zones. Nov.-Dec. 1983, 16 pp.

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Asian Action, No.26, Malaysia and Thailand. 16 pp.

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MALAYSIA Civil and Political Rights Report 2011

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Malaysia: End crackdown on Bersih activists

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Malaysia: Arrest of famed cartoonist Zunar is an outrage

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The Report of the International Mission of Lawyers to Malaysia. 1982, 94 pp.

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Malaysia: Crisis deepens for Dayaks in Sarawak. Apr. 1992, 4 pp.

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Progress and setbacks in Malaysia

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RUU355: Umno, Pas take Malaysia to the brink of crisis

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MALAYSIA: 100 DAYS IN POWER - GOVERNMENT STILL HAS MUCH TO DO ON HUMAN RIGHTS

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Malaysia: Acquittal of Zunar and others must lead to repeal of draconian sedition law

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MALAYSIA: CANING OF TWO WOMEN A TERRIBLE DAY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

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MALAYSIA: CONVICTIONS OF TWO WOMEN SENTENCED TO CANING FOR HAVING SEXUAL RELATIONS MUST BE QUASHED

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MALAYSIA: REPORT DETAILS SHOCKING ABUSES AGAINST INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DEFENDING THEIR LAND

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MALAYSIA: SYRIAN MAN STUCK AT AIRPORT MUST NOT BE DEPORTED

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MALAYSIA: HISTORIC ELECTION RESULT PROVIDES GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

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Malaysia: Minister's removal of LGBTI activists' portraits a deeply discriminatory act

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MALAYSIA: PARLIAMENT MUST CONSIGN DEATH PENALTY TO THE HISTORY BOOKS

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MALAYSIA: RELEASE OF PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE ANWAR IBRAHIM A MOMENTOUS DAY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

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Malaysia issues first 'fake news' conviction

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MALAYSIAN ELECTIONS: NEXT GOVERNMENT MUST PRIORITIZE HUMAN RIGHTS

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MALAYSIA: 'FAKE NEWS' BILL MUST BE SCRAPPED

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MALAYSIA: 'FAKE NEWS' BILL HASTILY APPROVED AMID OUTCRY

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Press Announcement, Outstanding Malaysian Award for 1988 conferred upon 'The Innocent ISA Detainee'. Oct. 13, 1988, 4 pp.

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One God, Many Paths: Essays on the Social Relevance of Religion in Malaysia from Islamic, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Philosophical Perspectives. Penang, Malaysia, 145 pp. Based on a seminar organi

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A Challenge to the Basic Character of the Malaysian Constitution. Mar. 16, 1988, 4 pp.

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Freedom in Fetters: An Analysis of the State of Democracy in Malaysia.

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30 Years After Merdeka: Reflections on the Malaysian Constitution. Aug. 15, 1987, 13 pp.

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Malaysia: Release prisoner of conscience Anwar Ibrahim and respect freedom of expression ahead of elections

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Malaysia: Anti-fake News Bill a dangerous crackdown on freedom of expression

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Malaysia: 8 point human righths agenda for election candidates

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MALAYSIA: TIME TO BREAK WITH THE PAST

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Malaysian Indigenous Youth in the City

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Malaysia: End discrimination and backlash against LGBTI people

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Medical Action Alert, No.8, Malaysia. Nov. 25, 1987, 1 p.

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Malaysia's invisible blockade

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Bring back the old, truly Malaysian, days

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Medical Action Alert, No.24, Malaysia. Mar. 26, 1990, 2 pp.

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Mr PM, are the red shirts licensed to riot?

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Donald Trump’s victory holds out hope for Malaysians

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Are the Red Shirts on a rampage?

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Aliran condemns death threats against Bersih leaders

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Congratulations, Bersih 5; release all those detained!

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Maria Chin not a terrorist; she is a patriot!

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The (Bersih) month that was

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Can Umno’s hegemony be broken?

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Citizens’ Declaration: A ‘game changer’? A realignment of political forces?

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Citizens’ Declaration: Forging alliances in a time of political impasse

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Amid rumours of snap polls

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Malaysians must wholeheartedly support Bersih 5 campaign

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Guan Eng’s bungalow, Taman Manggis deal: BN, you are hollow and hypocritical!

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Blocking The Malaysian Insider is an affront to media freedom

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Sarawak polls: Narrow, selfish interests frustrate Rakyat’s aspirations

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A farce called Sarawak elections

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Taman Manggis: Intention to sell does not mean it has been sold

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Taman Manggis land deal: Gerakan, be sensible; don’t be ridiculous!

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Sarawak polls: Don’t sell your votes, says Najib; but who’s buying?

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Sarawak polls: It’s not rule of law – not even rule by law!

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Blame Umno for hudud – not Hadi

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AG, you are a disgrace!

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Where is the rule of law? Are we a law unto ourselves?

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Lim Guan Eng arrested, charged: Malaysia on trial again

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RM2.6bn corruption can be tolerated, but not so-called RM2.8m corruption!

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Climate Change, Gender and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

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A focus on Indigenous Communities

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Human Rights Watch, Malaysia: Detained without trial. Sept. 2005, Vol.17, No.9(C), 32 pp.

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Malaysia: Communications and Multimedia Act must be urgently revised

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News from Human Rights Watch, Vol.16, No.5(C) Malaysia: Aceh Under Martial Law: Problems Faced by Acehnese Refugees in Malaysia, April 2004, 27 pp.

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News from Human Rights Watch, Vol.16, No.7(C) Malaysia: In the Name of Security: Counterterrorism and Human Rights Abuses Under Malaysia's Internal Security Act, May 2004, 57 pp.

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Conviction of Safwan Anang a regression of democracy and freedom of expression

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Protect migrant workers’ rights and stop the exploitation

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[JOINT STATEMENT] – Human Rights Groups Demand Police Stop Intimidating Rightful Landowners of Baram

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[JOINT STATEMENT] – Attempt to Expel Indigenous Peoples from the Proposed Baram Dam Site Denounced By Human Rights Groups

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Malaysia: Repeal the Sedition Law and stop the crackdown on freedom of expression

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Shut Down Lynas Protest: Police Condones Violent Thugs and Violates Freedom of Peaceful Assembly

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Human Rights Watch, Malaysia: Convicted before trial: Indefinite detention under Malaysia's emergency ordinance, Aug. 2006, Vol.18, No.9C, 36 pp.

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DEEPENING THE CULTURE OF FEAR The Criminalization of Peaceful Expression in Malaysia

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Rural Development and Human Rights in South East Asia, with the Consumers' Association of Penang, Malaysia. 1982, 254 pp.

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Interventions in International Forums - Before Working Group of Experts on Slavery, Child Labour in West Malaysia. 1980, 8 pp.

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FREE, PRIOR AND INFORMED CONSENT GUIDE FOR RSPO MEMBERS

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Southeast Asia Chronicle, No.72, "Malaysia: What Price 'Success'?" Apr. 1980, 32 pp.

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Equal Only in Name: The Human Rights of Stateless Rohingya in Malaysia

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Threats to freedom of religion or belief in Malaysia

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Trafficking involves more than just sex workers

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Sex trafficking is real

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