Daily Archives: 2010-03-23

    MARUAH Pillar Talk – Human Rights in Singapore History: Questions, Assertions or Parenthesis?
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    MARUAH is launching the first of its quarterly Pillar Talk Series on Human Rights titled “Human Rights in Singapore History: Questions, Assertions or Parenthesis?” Read More…

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    Bridging Gaps- Malaysian and PRC Scholars Speak of Struggles
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    Sexual harassment and sanctity of the workspace
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    Ravi Philemon calls for legislation to protect against sexual harassment in workplaces Read More…

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    Ho Ching and western names
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    “One nephew, when he was in school, asked his parents’ permission to adopt a western name.  His mother Ho Ching told him: ‘In China, only waiters and waitresses use western names.’ My father also explained how ‘Harry’ became a part of his name Read More

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    The Moratorium on the Mandatory Death Penalty campaign
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    For easier access, the following is a listing of all the articles and videos published on TOC regarding the Mandatory Death Penalty Read More…

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    When discretion could have saved a life: the case of Rozman bin Jusoh
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 2

    If the death penalty had not been mandatory, the judges would have been able to take into account Rozman’s subnormal intellect (he had an IQ of 74), as well as the conduct of the CNB officer Read More…

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    Australian court says presumption of guilt a subversion
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    “In our view, there is no reasonable justification, let alone any ‘demonstrable’ justification, for reversing the onus of proof in connection with the possession offence. As we have said, the combined effect of s 5 and s 72(1) is to presume a person Read More

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