ICNL’s resources and information on Malaysia.
ICNL is supporting local partners to reform Malaysia’s umbrella non-governmental organization law so that it is easier for organizations to register and operate. ICNL provided comparative expertise to a workshop of civil society organizations to inform their recommendations to the Government of Malaysia for enabling legal reform. ICNL is also working with parliamentarians and civil society partners to advance legal protections for the freedom of expression.
Philanthropic Protectionism in the Indo-Pacific
To empower parliamentarians (MPs) to advocate for internet freedoms, APHR & ICNL presents this Toolkit for Parliamentarians: Promoting Internet Freedoms ... Read More
Online Gender-Based Violence in the Indo-Pacific
This ICNL analysis discusses on online gender-based violence and it's impact on women human rights defenders across the Indo-Pacific region, ... Read More
Asia Centre Launches Report on Internet Freedom in Malaysia
This report makes recommendations that aim to ensure internet freedoms and freedom of expression in Malaysia, creating an environment where ... Read More
UNSR Report: Disease Pandemics and the Freedom of Opinion and Expression
In this report, the UNSR on Freedom of Expression registers alarm that some efforts to combat the coronavirus disease pandemic ... Read More
ICNL launches rebranded ‘Civic Freedom Monitor’ as successor to NGO Law Monitor
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) is pleased to announce today the launch of its ... Read More
Civic Freedom Monitor Now Features 41 Country Reports
PUBLISHED: JULY 11, 2012 ICNL is pleased to announce the inclusion of 5 new country reports on the Civic Freedom ... Read More