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MALAYSIA: NGOs submit report for Universal Periodic Review

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malaysia_map.jpgSeveral Malaysian based NGOs have submitted their reports on the human rights situation in Malaysia for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). Please click on the following links for the full report (inside).


International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) -SUARAM (Voice of Malaysia)

The Malaysian National Human Rights Coalition

The Indigenous People Network of Malaysia

Human Rights Watch

Migrant Workers Group and Northern Network for Refugees and Migrants

Malaysian Bar Council

Amnesty International Malaysia

The Coalition of Malaysia NGOs in the UPR process

To understand more of the successive steps of the UPR process, you may read THIS.

The UPR under the United Nations' new Human Rights Council provides for better engagement on issues among member states, their national human rights institutions (NHRIs) and non-governmental organisations.

The UPR reviews the fulfilment of each of the 192 UN member states on their human rights obligations and commitments every four years. The first UPR began this year. Malaysia will have its next year.