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Malaysian Women Links
Women’s Centre for Change, (WCC) Penang
Information on violence against women (domestic violence, rape, child sexual abuse and sexual harassment), and on what to do if such violence occurs. Campaigns, brochures and publications on the laws relating to violence, including for domestic violence, rape, and sexual harassment. Public Education materials can be ordered.
All Women’s Action Society (AWAM)
Provides information in both Bahasa Malaysia and English on violence against women, particularly on rape. AWAM also has a legal information centre which offers free legal advice in areas of family, immigration and labour law. They also conduct a support group for survivors of rape.
Sisters in Islam
Women interested in women’s rights in Islam will find this site an informative one, tackling current issues relevant to Muslim women, on law and equality, including the Domestic Violence Act.
Website for Fiesta Feminista, an event initiated by Joint Action Group for Gender Equality, to make connections, exchange ideas, self-educate about issues surrounding feminism, women’s rights, development and democracy.
Bar Council of Malaysia: Family Law and You
Outlines your rights under Family Law in Malaysia, including the Marriage and Divorce Act and the Domestic Violence Act. Also provides information about Legal Aid.
Malaysian AIDS Council
The Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) is committed to creating an environment free from the negative impact of HIV/AIDS for Malaysia and her people, through and with its affiliates by strengthening, mobilizing and representing them. The website contains information about HIV/AIDS, including treatment, law and policy, prevention, services and resources.
Era Consumer Malaysia
Education and Research Association for Consumers Malaysia site provides useful information on consumer rights and protection, as well as promotes governmental accountability on related issues. They are also engaged in several community based programmes and activities that incorporates a gender perspective to their analysis.
Suara Rakyat Malaysia
SUARAM is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organisation that works from a human rights framework. It works towards the realisation of fundamental liberties, democracy and justice in Malaysia.
National Human Rights Society (HAKAM)
HAKAM works to promote, preserve and uphold human rights in Malaysia. Their site has updates on news, articles and opinion pieces related to this issue.
Violence Against Women Online Resources
UNIFEM Global Campaign to Eliminate Violence Against Women
UNIFEM’s campaign to raise public awareness of violence against women as a violation of human rights, and to do advocacy for increased action by governments and civil society. You can learn about the Asia region campaign on Violence Against Women and join the virtual working group to ‘end violence’.
United Nations: Violence Against Women
Has information on violence against women, on definitions and types of abuse, the work of the UN, examples of efforts to criminalise violence against women, and commitments by various governments to eradicate violence against women.
Feminist Majority Foundation
Provides over 90 links on violence against women, on domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, stalking, emotional abuse, support for survivors, facts on abuse, legal resources and much more.
Women’s Aid Federation
This site provides advice and support to victims of violence, offers information on publications and training, does education and advocacy, and provides links to other resources on Violence Against Women on the Internet.It also runs a national helpline to give advice, information, support and refuge referral to women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Isis International Manila
This site offers frequently updated and comprehensive resources on issues of violence against women. It also has a comprehensive links page on other online women’s organisations in Asia.
This is a portal to the women’s organisations in Malaysia under the National Council of Women’s Organisations (NCWO), that was created in conjunction with the networking women project, which aims to empower women through IT.
UNIFEM: Gender and AIDS
A gender and HIV/AIDS web portal that serves as an on-line resource center for resources that address the gender dimensions of the epidemic. The resources include cutting-edge research, studies, and surveys; training manuals and tool kits; multi-media advocacy tools (fact sheets, posters, videos, CD-ROMs, etc); best practices; press releases and news; editorials, campaign updates, interviews with activists, inspiring stories of people who are infected and affected; links to websites and on-line discussion forums.
Women and Law
Women, Law and Development International
Women, Law and Development International is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation working in partnership with other organisations to identify legal, cultural and economic barriers to women’s equality and rights. The site has links to Women’s Human Rights organisations and networks on the internet, and has news and publications.
Women Living Under Muslim Laws
Written in English and French, this site is an international network that provides information, solidarity and support for all women whose lives are shaped, conditioned or governed by laws and customs said to derive from Islam.
Women and Law
This is part of Britain’s Social Science Information Gateway and provides access to UK and international legal studies, articles and publications on domestic violence and other issues of women in law. It includes topics such as gathering evidence in domestic violence cases, child access issues and more.
International Conventions on Women’s Rights
International Women’s Rights Action Watch – Asia Pacific
IWRAW-AP is a non-profit international women’s organisation based in the South that promotes the domestic implementation of international human rights standards. The website has official and practical information on the application of the UN CEDAW Convention and other international human rights treaties.
Women’s Voices and Online Communities for Women
A community website under Mothers for Mothers, this site is set up by working and single parents in Malaysia for support and exchange of experiences. It has articles, forums, a chatroom and viewpoints from both mothers and fathers.
Discussion rooms and forums, links and searches for other women’s websites on a whole range of issues.
Actions to Eliminate Violence Against Women – Telling the Stories
The United Nations Fund for Women (UNIFEM) has set up a special Trust Fund to support actions to eliminate violence against women. Some recipients of the fund share experiences from their efforts to eradicate violence against women.
Cybergrrl Safety Net
Also accessible through Femina, this site offers opportunities for women who are victims of domestic violence to share their experiences and find support.
The Survivors Page
This is a site dedicated to survivors of sexual abuse and rape, as a comfort and outlet for people affected by abuse. It has poetry, writings, and letters, and provides opportunities to get in touch with others.
This site focuses on ‘individualist feminism’ and provides an online center where people looking for a new way to approach feminism can gather online, learn, and access a wealth of information. ifeminists.com offers in-depth resources and portal-like tools.
News service on issues of importance to women.
An international Women’s Listings Magazine, providing up to date news, alerts, hosting and advertising for groups globally. The site has Asia-focused pages listing regional groups, events and news.
For news, alerts, features, discussions, events, on a host of issues which concern women.
Online Malaysian News Sites
Centre for Independent Journalism
CIJ is a not-for-profit organisation with a Media Central that features independent news, in the main produced by their volunteers and other grassroots network.
Agendadaily is a news portal that likens to a daily newspaper. It is based on the principle of pure reporting, and is a non-partisan news provider.
A bi-lingual (English, Bahasa Melayu) online daily news website that features independent reporting, in-depth analysis and investigative journalism.
An independent, non-partisan group dedicated to justice, freedom and solidarity, Aliran provides social, economic and political analysis on national news produced by mainstream media.