Many would argue that Malaysia isn’t exactly a role model when it comes to observing basic human rights.
Bersih 2.0’s Maria Chin Abdullah was released from solitary confinement after 10 days. She shares her story with her supporters.
They think that they are brave and strong like pahlawans when they protest against whatever that threatens their ‘rights’.
So I wrote my first piece for CNN International. And it just had to be about hudud!
When I was in my university days (give or take about 20 years ago), I remember there was one night when a cultural event was organised by the students. There were a lot of interesting activities during the day and evening and it was quite entertaining and educational too. Standard campus affairs, of course.
The Fat Bidin Podcast (Ep 47) – What’s ASEAN’s deal with human rights, man? Zan and Aizyl try and tackle the issue of boat people stranded at sea and the […]
Should we be worried about POTA? By Zan Azlee So the POTA has been passed in Parliament. What is it? It’s the Prevention of Terrorism Bill 2015 and it was […]
The Fat Bidin Podcast (Eps 36) – Human rights in Malaysia Amnesty International recently released its report on the state of the world’s human rights and its Malaysian chapter says […]
Malaysia… standing in the eyes of the world! By Zan Azlee In a previous life, I used to work with the foreign media. But then, a year and a half […]
I oppose the Peaceful Assembly Bill. Top ten reasons to oppose the Peaceful Assembly Bill By Zan Azlee NOV 25 — I disagree with the Peaceful Assembly Bill which is […]