The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) is a non-partisan and non-profit organisation. It was established on 19 March 2011 with the mission to provide an integrated approach towards the protection and promotion of human rights in Malaysia via its UndiMsia! and strategic litigation programmes.

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The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) is a non-partisan and non-profit organisation. It was established on 19 March 2011 with the mission to provide an integrated approach towards the protection and promotion of human rights in Malaysia via its UndiMsia! and strategic litigation programmes.

CONTINUE READING - 'OUR IMPACT'

CORETAN DINDING RAKYAT

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HAVE SOMETHING

TO EXPRESS?

When we had to paint over our first Coretan Dinding Rakyat, many of our movers were sad. We, too, were saddened by the loss of all the “footprints” left behind by them. That’s why we think it’s important to continue the tradition by resurrecting the wall here. We want you to keep expressing yourself and leave your print behind.

 

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HAVE SOMETHING

TO EXPRESS?

 

WHAT DO WE DO?

UNDIMSIA! is the first-of-its-kind civic education programme in Malaysia, aimed at strengthening the ownership, participation and representation of youths on their right to vote and civic responsibility.

Its goal is for youths to develop critical thinking and solve issues affecting them through effective forms of activism. Projects under UndiMsia! are designed based on four pillars; information, process, action and platform for a coalition of civil society.

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WHAT DO WE DO?

The MCCHR aims to bring about broader pro-human rights changes in society and within the law through strategic litigation on selected areas of human rights; freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, right to fair trial, equality and non-discrimination, freedom of religion and protection of human rights defender.

It also provides strategic litigation training workshops to law students, pupils-in-chamber and lawyers on a regular basis.

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WHAT'S HAPPENING?

 

 

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HUMAN RIGHTS
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FULLY
AIR-CONDITIONED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEED A SPACE?

One of our goals is to increase youths’ awareness and understanding of important issues affecting them. Therefore, we have designed a community space dedicated to youths, NGOs and other civil society groups to organise events that support and enhance our mission.

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WHO ARE WE?

HOW TO JOIN US?

  INTERNSHIP      OR      VOLUNTEERING

Please make sure you have read and understood our internship / volunteer policy before submitting your application.

INTERNSHIP

OR

VOLUNTEERING

Please make sure you have read and understood our internship / volunteer policy before submitting your application.

WHERE ARE WE?

Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR)

A-3A-8, Pantai Business Park,

Jalan Pantai Baharu,

59200 Kuala Lumpur

 

Tel/Fax: +(603)2201 1454

Office opening hours: 9:30am – 5:30pm
Monday – Friday, except public holidays

GPS Coords: +40.689060  -74.044636

 

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WHERE ARE WE?

Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR)

A-3A-8, Pantai Business Park,

Jalan Pantai Baharu,

59200 Kuala Lumpur

 

Tel/Fax: +(603)2201 1454

Opening Hours: 9am – 8pm daily

GPS Coords: +40.689060  -74.044636

 

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