Should Government Buildings Have Dress Codes?
Parveen Kaur Harnam, Lawyer | Dr Lai Suat Yan, Senior Lecturer , Gender Studies Program, University Malaya
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There have been several incidents over the last two months of women being turned away, or being denied services in government buildings, because of what they were wearing. So first, we look at whether dress codes are legally enforceable. And then later on - why is the Rukun Negara being dragged into this?
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Produced by: Lim Jih-Ming, Kelly Anissa
Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan
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Categories: government, Law/Activism
Tags: police station, rukun negara, women's rights, government buildings, public service, hospital, dress codes,