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Justice Prevails for Transwomen in Negeri Sembilan after Years of Violence and Discrimination

Justice for Sisters is elated by the historic judgment by Justice Mohd Hishamudin Mohd Yunus, Justice Aziah Ali and Justice Lim Yee Lan that...

Statement: Appeal at the Federal Court

Justice for Sisters (8 Oct 2015) The Federal Court in the appeal of Section 66 Court of Appeal’s progressive ruling dismissed the case on technical...

Violence against Trans Women Increase Following the Decision by the Federal Court

For immediate release 26 October 2015 Justice for Sisters strongly criticizes and deplores the arrests that have taken place following the decision by the Federal Court...

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...

Police Must Be Sensitised to Understand the Real Issues Faced by LGBTQ Persons, and...

Justice for Sisters strongly criticises the Deputy IGP’s statement on LGBT persons. It is important to understand that gender identity and sexual orientation are innate...

Story of Ayu

Legal Brief for Kanalesingam

This is ERT's memorandum to legal counsel in Malaysia on a case of gender reassignment discrimination providing legal argument and comparative jurisprudence. Download pdf 

Malaysia’s Hostile Position on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) is Bad for Business

In the last few years, we have seen a vibrant global movement to understand and embrace people of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and...

The Right to Be

Posted on 12 September 2012 An article by Petra Gimbad (The Sun) RECENTLY, cases involving minors purportedly giving consent to sexual intercourse have challenged Malaysian law,...
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