Zainah Anwar interview on advocacy and domestic violence, Malyasia (video)

Zainah Anwar interview on advocacy and domestic violence, Malyasia (video)

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Publication Year
2002
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English (US)

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Zainah Anwar speaks about her advocacy for victims of domestic violence, her advocacy to further criminalize domestic violence, and a successful campaign to pressure the Malaysian government into passing and implementing significant anti-domestic violence legislation despite objections from fundamentalists in society and government.

Zainah Anwar is a lawyer and women’s rights activist from Malaysia. She spent two decades as the head of Sisters in Islam, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that advocates for women’s rights in Malaysia using arguments based in Islam.

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