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As the world marks International Women's Day on Wednesday, six women from different countries in Southeast Asia received recognition from advocacy group Amnesty International for their "heroism" in standing up for human rights despite the criminalization and violence they have faced.
The group recognizes the six women, who have long fought against injustice in each respective country, as figures that "inspire many in the region and whose contributions to society should be commended; not condemned".
By: Sulok Tawie
Date: 7 January 2017
Source: Malaymail Online
A Dayak native customary rights (NCR) land forum today called on the state government to constitute a native court system which runs parallel with the civil court.
In a draft memorandum to be submitted to Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem, the forum said the native court system must have jurisdiction over cases involving native customs, including NCR lands.
By: FMT Reporters
Date: January 6th 2017
Source: Free Malaysia Today
Sarawak activist says it is time to vote out complacent Dayak lawmakers who have done nothing except take care of themselves and their positions in politics.
PETALING JAYA: A human rights advocate says Dayak lawmakers have failed the people on Adat, the customary law, as stated in the Sarawak Land Code.
An Act to provide for the establishment of a Federal development authority and local development boards to promote and carry out projects for land development and settlement, for making funds available therefor, and for purposes connected therewith
Rules enacted by the Minister pursuant to section 69 of the Land Acquisition Act 1960
The constitution was promulgated by Queen Elizabeth II through an Order in Council, and passed by the Malaysian Federal Legislative Council.
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Act 39. Incorporating amendments up to January 2006.
Act 486. Incorporating amendments up to January 2006.