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Kampung Tunku rep Lim Yi Wei says Budget 2023 should include a campaign for marriage as a partnership with equal responsibilities for both spouses;...

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The punishment for stalking is imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine, or both.

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Five girls aged 5 to 10 across Southeast Asia won exclusive mentorships and experiences with organisations and community groups after sharing their ideas to...

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Up to 50 per cent of Malaysian children surveyed did not tell anyone about their experiences with online sexual exploitation and abuse due to...

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Malaysia

Malaysia

It doesn’t matter if the treatment is old or new, breast cancer treatments should be covered by insurance regardless, says consultant breast surgeon Dr...

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Consultant breast surgeon Dr Ng Char Hong says many women are not familiar with their own breasts during self-exams for breast cancer, while The...

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Roche’s HER Time Matters Campaign will be rolled out in three phases focusing on awareness, health empowerment, and inspiration.

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Human Rights Watch and Justice for Sisters say Malaysia can engage with its LGBT citizens and learn from other countries to open up spaces...

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Opinion

Being abnormally short or stunted could have serious psychosocial consequences for girls.

Opinion

Data from the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has revealed that most child sexual abuse cases involves perpetrators the victim knows, most often their biological...

Opinion

The consequences of unintended pregnancies are profound, and often negatively impact women, girls, communities, and society in general. 

Opinion

Over 60 per cent of unintended pregnancies end in abortion, and an estimated 45 per cent of all abortions are unsafe.

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World

World

Many South Asian countries have made progress in adopting right to information laws. But ensuring everyone benefits is proving more of a challenge.

World

From labour exploitation to torturous conditions in confinement, the rights of foreign workers facing the death penalty in Bahrain are often neglected.

World

Laws on genital mutilation, gender affirmation and cosmetic genital surgery are at odds, even though they have many similarities.

World

Doctors compensated on a fee-for-service basis in India, were more likely to perform hysterectomy surgeries, whether or not they were clinically necessary.

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