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.
Closing Civic Space for Climate Activists
This briefer, presented by ICNL and ECNL, outlines some of the common legal and extralegal measures used to target civil ... Read More
The Law Affecting Civil Society in Asia
Made up of more than 40 countries, Asia defies easy categorization. On the one hand, many countries are home to ... Read More
Civic Freedom Digest: Trends in the Asia-Pacific Region
In this issue of the Civic Freedom Digest, ICNL highlights some of the key challenges and opportunities for civic freedoms ... Read More
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