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PRESS RELEASE: ANNUAL REPORT 2023/24

Amnesty International sounds alarm on a watershed moment for international law amid flagrant rule-breaking by governments and corporate actors Launched today, Amnesty International’s annual ‘The State of the World’s Human Rights’ report documents human rights concerns during 2023 in 155...

Keadaan Hak Asasi Manusia di Malaysia 2023/24

Malaysia Kerajaan gagal memenuhi komitmen untuk memperbaharui undang-undang yang menyekat hak kebebasan bersuara dan terus mengguna pakai undang-undang yang menindas untuk menyenyapkan suara kritis dan menghalang protes secara aman. Layanan keras terhadap pelarian dan migran masih berterusan,...

PERKASAKAN IPCC UNTUK PULIHKAN KRISIS KEPERCAYAAN PDRM

KENYATAAN BERSAMA MASYARAKAT SIVIL MENGENAI KES SALAH LAKU POLIS DAN PEMBENTUKAN IPCC   22 JANUARI 2024 Pertubuhan masyarakat sivil (Civil society organisation – CSO) yang tertulis di bawah mengambil serius terhadap trend kes salah laku polis yang kian meningkat baru-baru ini. Ini termasuk...

JOINT STATEMENT: EMPOWER IPCC TO REMEDY THE PUBLIC TRUST DEFICIT IN PDRM 

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT BY CSOs REGARDING ESCALATING POLICE MISCONDUCT CASES AND IPCC FORMATION22 January 2024 We, the undersigned, are deeply concerned by the escalating trend of police misconduct cases in recent months. These cases include a police officer having allegedly extorted and raped an...

MEDIA QUOTE: IPCC AND SOSMA

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...

DRAWING RIGHTS: An Artist’s Workshop on Police Brutality

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...

CSO JOINT STATEMENT: REJECT THE INDEPENDENT POLICE CONDUCT COMMISSION (IPCC)

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...

Malaysia: IPCC bill is a step backwards for police accountability

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...