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WOMEN’S RIGHTS : WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION (II)

By  Lim Liyi and Sea Jia Wei Instagram Usernames:  l_y_2122 and j.jiawei_iii University: Multimedia University 1.0 Introduction Gender inequality occurs when a person is treated unequally purely on the basis of their gender, and is sometimes known as sex discrimination. Gender inequality in the economy, politics, and society has become a stumbling block in achieving …

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Digital Literacy : Responsibilities of Citizens

Digital literacy refers to an individual’s ability to find, evaluate, and compose clear information through writing and other media on various digital platforms. It is evaluated by an individual’s grammar, composition, typing skills and ability to produce text, images, audio and designs using technology.

As such, this article seeks to acknowledge digital literacy as a basic skillset of digital citizens today, and similarly highlight the negative impacts of being digitally illiterate.

Constitutionality of the Emergency Declaration in a Pandemic.

What is the Emergency Declaration?
-A declaration of an emergency is a proclamation that is declared by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong in times when security, economy and public order is perceived or actually incapable of proper administration by the current government

Proponents of the constitutionality of Emergency Proclamation says:
-The declaration is constitutional
-The pandemic has threatened national security and there is a need to declare the state of emergency.
-The YDPA has discretionary powers on the manner in which the declaration was a lawful act.
It is in line with the Federal Constitution.

Opponents of the constitutionality Emergency Declaration says:
-The declaration is unnecessary
It deprives the fundamental rights of the citizens.
-It is the ruling government’s political means to avoid challenge to their leadership.
-The state of emergency has granted the government extraordinary power.

Constitutionality of the Emergency Declaration in a Pandemic

CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE EMERGENCY DECLARATION IN A PANDEMIC By Alia Anisa Binti Khairus Masnan Instagram Username: aliaanisaaa University: Universiti Teknologi Mara To better understand the issue behind the constitutionality of the said declaration, it is crucial for us to fully grasp the idea and dynamics behind the declaration of emergency. Undoubtedly, the life of a …

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Thoughts on the ongoing issues on sexual harassment

By: Adnan bin Yunus In the current social landscape that we embody, sexual harassment has become normalized. Society has long been governed by deep-rooted patriarchal systems which have made women vulnerable. Unfortunately, the plague of sexual harassment affects even men despite women being 80% of survivors.1 However, global movements like the Me Too Movement has …

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