MEDIA QUOTE 25 July 2022 Responding to the possible tabling of the Independent Police Conduct Commission 2020 (IPCC) bill in parliament for second reading tomorrow, 26 July and 20 July passing of the extension of a provision under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012...
July 25, 2022
WORKSHOP CALL A whole-society problem demands a whole-society response – everyone is critical. In this light, Amnesty International Malaysia will be running a workshop for visual artists on police violence, custodial deaths and police accountability on June 26th 10AM-7PM. We hope that artists can...
June 2, 2022
Civil Society Organisations’ Joint Statement Reject the Independent Police Conduct Commission (IPCC) 22 March 2022 We, the undersigned Malaysian civil society organisations, firmly and unequivocally reject the Independent Police Conduct Commission (IPCC) bill which was tabled in August 2020 and is...
March 24, 2022
We—Amnesty International Malaysia, ARTICLE 19, CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Human Rights Watch—call on Members of Parliament in Malaysia to reject the deeply flawed Independent Police Conduct Commission (IPCC) bill and move quickly to table a bill to establish a police...
October 27, 2021
On 12 October 2021, representatives of EDICT, Suaram, MCCHR and CIJ gathered near Parliament to hand over memorandum to MPs asking that they reject the weak & ineffective IPCC bill, & replace it instead with a strong, effective IPCMC bill that will bring accountability to the police. The...
October 14, 2021
Rang undang-undang Suruhanjaya Bebas Tatakelakuan Polis 2020 (IPCC) yang lemah dan tidak berkesan akan dibentangkan di parlimen untuk bacaan kedua pada sesi parlimen sekarang. Walaupun kita sudah menunggu 16 tahun untuk penubuhan suruhanjaya yang menangani salah laku polis, rang undang-undang...
October 13, 2021
The weak and ineffective Independent Police Conduct Commission 2020 (IPCC) bill is meant to be tabled in parliament for a second reading in the current parliamentary session. While we are 16 years overdue for a commission to address the misconduct of and complaints by the police, the proposed IPCC...
October 4, 2021
Join us in our campaign to urge the authorities to face the allegations of torture and custodial deaths and end the harassment of those who speak out.
July 9, 2021
Amnesty International Malaysia strongly condemns the investigation into Anna Har from Freedom Film Network (FFN) and illustrator Amin Landak for their involvement in the production of the film Chilli Powder and Thinner, and the subsequent raid by the police of the offices of FFN and Amin.
July 2, 2021
In conjunction with International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on 26 June, we are organising an online film screening featuring POCA Boy (2018) by Sevan Doraisamy and Chilli Powder and Thinner (2021) by Mohammad Alshatri to raise awareness and spark discussion on the prevalent death cases...
June 22, 2021
KENYATAAN MEDIA BERSAMA1 JUN 2021 Memandang kes-kes salah laku polis baru-baru ini yang mengakibatkan kematian dalam tahanan Surendran, Ganapathy dan Sivabalan, masyarakat sivil meminta langkah segera diambil untuk memastikan insiden ini disiasat secara telus dan menghentikan berlakunya kes-kes...
June 1, 2021
JOINT PRESS STATEMENT1 JUNE 2021 In light of recent police misconduct cases resulting in the deaths in custody of Surendran, Ganapathy and Sivabalan, civil society calls for immediate steps to both ensure all of these incidents are investigated transparently as well as stop further occurrence of...
June 1, 2021