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Tag: Perak Women for Women
“It’s an accepted fact that spousal abuse is on the rise today,” Dr Sharifah Halimah told reporters after speaking at a forum on domestic violence and child abuse in Jelapang recently. The one-day forum was organised by the Perak State Health Department and assisted by government agencies and non-governmental organisations. The President of the Perak [...]
In one way or another, everyone is affected by crime, either personally or through someone close. Even MB Dato’ Seri Diraja Dr. Zambry Abd. Kadir, when opening the ‘City Survival Skills” workshop in Ipoh recently, had a personal account of an incident involving a loved one. He does not take this lightly especially when it [...]
There has been much furore over the formation of the Obedient Wives’ Club by a fringe Islamic group causing heated debate among women and men, alike.
In conjunction with the centennial celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, Ipoh-based Perak Women for Women Society (PWW) has found an innovative way of promoting women’s issues in the subtlest of form. The society, in collaboration with Sunway College Ipoh (SCI), is organising a carnival with an appropriate theme in mind, “Celebrate, [...]
The general perception among Malaysians is that wife-beating and other forms of abuse (physical, sexual, verbal and mental) perpetrated by husbands, are caused by the women themselves.
A cast of 180 young dancers worked hard to fulfil the dreams to build a shelter and service centre for women in Ipoh. ‘When Dreams Come True’ is a charity ballet performance aptly named as it helped raise almost RM35,000 for a service and resource centre for women located at 52, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah. [...]