This package contains resources for activists working in Malaysia.
The collection includes interviews with women leaders, oral histories, family laws of Malaysia, WLP documentaries, and WLP training manuals.
Resources are in Malay and English
A panel discussion from WLP's symposium, Leading to Change: Eliminating Violence Against Women in Muslim Societies. Panelists from Morocco
Undang-Undang Malaysia, Akta 521, Akta Keganasan Rumah Tangga 1994, Sebagaimana pada 1 Mac 2012
Domestic Violence Prevention Law of
Laws of Malaysia, Act 794 Married Women and Children (Enforcement of Maintenance) Act 1968, incorporating amendments up to 2017
Akta Perempuan Bersuami dan Anak-Anak 794 (Penguatkuasaan Nafkah) 1968, Disemak 2017
Married Women and Children Act of Malaysia No. 794
Akta Membaharui Undang-Undang (Perkahwinan dan Perceraian) - Akta 164, 1976, sebagaimana pada 1 Oktober 2015
Marriage and Divorce Act of
Akta Kanak-Kanak 2001 - Akta 611
Laws of Malaysia, Act 611 Child Act 2001, incorporating all amendments up to January 1, 2006, and atest
This document is a time-coded written summary in five-minute increments of an oral history interview with Siew Peng (Betty) Yeoh (Malaysia)
This document is a time-coded written summary in five-minute increments of an oral history interview with Ho Yock Lin (Malaysia).
This document is a time-coded written summary in five-minute increments of an oral history interview with Zainah Anwar (Malaysia).
Zainah Anwar speaks about her advocacy for victims of domestic violence, her advocacy to further criminalize domestic violence, and a
Part of a series of interviews recorded in conjunction with WLP public event, 'Challenges of Change: Religion, Secularism and Rights'.
WLP's foundational curriculum on participatory leadership is adaptable for diverse cultural settings and is available in multiple languages
Challenges of Change Panel 2: Building a Culture of Peace in Multi-ethnic/Multi-religious Societies (video)Published:
This video presents the second panel discussion from Challenges of Change: Religion, Secularism & Rights, a WLP conference.
Women leaders from Muslim-majority societies discuss strategies for the creation of egalitarian communities and reform of family law based
This resource is the full event program of: Leading to Change: Eliminating Violence Against Women in Muslim Societies.