Sunday, July 25, 2021

SWWS

Review lock-up SOPs, cops told

BY CRYSTAL WONG MIRI: The Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) has called for a serious review of the standard operating procedures (SOPs) in police stations and lock-ups. The society also appealed to the higher authorities to ensure that personnel manning...

NGO agrees that sex education should be taught early

KUCHING: The Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) agrees that subjects concerning sexual health education, responsibilities of raising a child and the consequences of teenage pregnancy should be taught to students as young as 13 years old. Its president Margaret...

Drug abuse main cause

KUCHING: Seventy-three percent of domestic violence cases reported during the movement control order (MCO) period in the state had resulted from drugs abuse. Minister of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah said there were...

Stronger anti-discrimination laws to protect women needed

KUCHING: Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) is of the opinion that Malaysia needs stronger anti-discrimination laws to protect women. It expressed this view after the service of an airline flight supervisor was reported to have been terminated for being overweight and that...
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Renegotiate oil and gas matters

KUCHING: The federal government must resolve the oil and gas disputes with Sabah and Sarawak to avert a larger...
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