Gabungan Organisasi Wanita Bertindak bagi Kesamarataan Gender (JAG) menyatakan kebimbangan kami terhadap suatu dasar hotel antarabangsa yang melarang kakitangan barisan hadapan daripada memakai tudung.
Sisters in Islam (SIS) welcomes with great earnest the efforts of Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo to sign a decree that would ban child marriage in the country, and strongly urges the Malaysian government to make positive steps to move in the same direction.
Sisters in Islam (SIS) demands that all parties are transparent about motives behind discussions with regards to a proposed bill in Selangor that would pave the way for unilateral conversion of minors in the state.
Sisters in Islam (SIS) amat berdukacita dan kecewa terhadap tindakan sekumpulan penduduk di Taman Medan yang telah mengadakan bantahan sehingga memaksa penurunan lambang salib di sebuah gereja, seperti yang dilaporkan di akhbar baru-baru ini.
RINGKASAN MEMORANDUM PEMBAHARUAN PROSES PERCERAIAN DAN TUNTUTAN SAMPINGAN DALAM PROSIDING MAHKAMAH SYARIAH
Stories that reflect the varied realities of women are important, as it contributes to the diversity of experiences and discussions around how women are affected by social structures and pressures.
Zainah Anwar, founding member and first Executive Director of Sisters in Islam received the United Nations Malaysia Award 2019 for contributions to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the Human Rights Fundamental Freedoms category, this morning.
Sisters In Islam (SIS) conference on Islam Unsurrendered: Women Rising Against Extremism began its last day with a rousing panel on the imperative need for upholding international commitments of the state to Muslim Women’s Human Rights.
Sisters In Islam (SIS) conference on Islam Unsurrendered: Women Rising Against Extremism took a deeper look at the structural flaws of Islamic jurisprudence during the eye opening panel session on Syariah Criminal Law.
The Indonesian Women’s Ulama Congress (KUPI) Network or KUPI-network has found issuing fatwas to be a comprehensive and effective way of combatting state policies and laws that discriminate against Muslim women in the country.
Sisters In Islam (SIS) conference on Islam Unsurrendered: Women Rising Against Extremism, began its second day with a thought provoking panel session on deconstructing the Struggle of Muslim Women as Human Rights Defenders (MWHRD).
Hari kedua Persidangan Islam Dipertahan: Wanita Bangkit Menentang Ekstremisme yang dianjurkan oleh Sisters In Islam dimulakan dengan sesi panel pemikiran yang membangkitkan perjuangan Wanita Muslim sebagai Pembela Hak Asasi Manusia (WMPHAM).