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End Arbitrary Arrests and Repeal Laws that Criminalise Transgender Persons

For immediate release March 7, 2016  Justice for Sisters is extremely concerned and appalled by the arrests of 12 trans women, including an Indonesian trans woman in...

The Mak Nyahs of Malaysia: Testimony of Four Transgender Women

This is testimony gathered from four transgender women in Malaysia, published in Volume Seven of The Equal Rights Review. Download pdf

Keadilan untuk Sameera – Pastikan siasatan yang teliti dan mereka di sebalik pembunuhan Sameera...

Kami seperti yang tertera di bawah amat sedih berikutan pembunuhan kejam Sameera Krishnan, seorang wanita transgender atau mak nyah muda pada 23 Februari 2017...

Justice for all regardless of gender identity

Justice for Sisters is appalled by the news of a trans woman who was fined RM 700 on June 21 for failing to produce her...

Thank God for People like Liza

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2012 by Juana Jaafar (Malay Mail) THERE are those among us who are ketinggalan zaman (not up to date) when it comes to...

Sameera’s Case #JusticeForMeera

Justice for Sisters conducted a brief media analysis on 15 articles published between 22 and 24 February 2017 in relation to Sameera’s murder. The...

Justice for Sameera – Ensure thorough investigation & hold perpetrators accountable

We, the undersigned, are deeply saddened by the senseless murder of Sameera Krishnan, a young transgender woman on 23rd February 2017 at about 3:30...

Media reports on the violent death of a young trans woman on 9 March...

Only 1 out of 25 reports gathered by Justice for Sisters regarding the death of the trans woman on 9th March recognized her authentic and self-determined...

Press Release: Stop the Violence and Persecution Towards Us

Press Statement by the Mak Nyah Community of Malaysia Date: 30 November 2010 We are the Mak Nyah community and we are being persecuted by Section...
I am You | Be A TransAlly

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