The 2013 Annual Report on
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Between 90000 - 170000 people seeking safety from torture or persecution are abused, exploited, arrested and locked-up in Malaysia.
Amnesty International calls on the Malaysian authorities to ensure that two Georgian women accused of drug trafficking receive fair trials that meet ...
Thousands of Malaysia's more than 4 million migrant workers face exploitation and threats of serious abuse.
RELA's Director-General says the civilian volunteer corps is aiming to expand its membership by a million agents by the end of the year.
All legal appeals have been exhausted for Timhar and Nurrie Ong, a Filipino couple facing the death penalty in Malaysia. The couple were found guilty ...
Urgent Action ASA 28/012/2010
Malaysia is 'home' to between 90000 and 170000 refugees and asylum-seekers, most of whom end up living in its urban centres. They come to Malaysia ...
Report ASA 28/010/2010
A new Amnesty International report documents the plight of refugees and asylum-seekers, the majority from Myanmar, who suffer a litany of abuses.
The Malaysian government should give refugees in the country the right to work, Amnesty International said today as it revealed a litany of abuses suffered ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Diary Note. AI Index: ASA 28/011/2010. REPORT LAUNCH 14:01 GMTWEDNESDAY 16 JUNE 2010. ...
Document ASA 28/011/2010
Thousands of migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are routinely arrested and kept in filthy and overcrowded conditions in detention centres across ...
Document ASA 28/003/2010