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Not Special Rights; Just Equal Treatment

Nisha Ayub, Advocate, Justice for Sisters | Fifa Rahman, Policy Manager, Malaysian AIDS Council | Boris Dittrich, LGBT Advocacy Director, Human Rights Watch

09-Oct-14 15:00

Not Special Rights; Just Equal Treatment

Human Rights Watch recently released a report highlighting abuses against transgender people in Malaysia. Boris Dittrich, LGBT Advocacy Director at Human Rights Watch, explains the purpose and methodology of the 73 page document, which is titled "I'm Scared to be a Woman." Also, Nisha Ayub of Justice for Sisters and Fifa Rahman from the Malaysian AIDS Council tells us about their work with the community and how they are engaging the authorities to improve the situation.


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