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Feminist Fridays #26: Criminalising Stalking in Malaysia

Yu Ren Chung , (Advocacy Manager), Women's Aid Organisation (WAO) | Ann Nunis , Women's Rights Activist, Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)

11-Aug-17 15:00

Feminist Fridays #26: Criminalising Stalking in Malaysia

Stalking is a serious issue that can affect anyone, but often those targeted are domestic partners, estranged spouses, or romantic interests of some kind. Stalking involves various forms of harassment which can sometimes even escalate to murder, but it is currently not an offence in Malaysia. Joining us to discuss why it should be officially defined as a crime are Yu Ren Chung, an Advocacy Manager at the Women's Aid Organisation (WAO) and Ann Nunis, a women's rights activist with the WAO.


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Tags:  the bigger picturelive and learnFeminist FridaysFeminismStalkingDomestic ViolenceWomen’s Aid OrganisationPenal CodeDomestic Violence ActGovernment/Regulatory/Policy Making


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