Interested in a career that is challenging, meaningful and interesting? Then see whether these vacancies in WCC Penang suit you. To find out more, click here.
Malaysia has the unique opportunity to send a clear message: the law must be amended to
set the minimum age for marriage to 18 years.
JAG’s statement on women’s representation in Cabinet and reform of laws and institutions to promote gender equality. Read here.
Come join a creative art therapy workshop by Christine Teoh, an experienced arts therapist who has assisted in many of our clients’ healing. More info here.
We’re looking for passionate and dedicated persons who are interested in the work of ending violence against women and children. Read more here.
The Malaysian Public Makes it Known that They Have Had Enough of Sexism, Misogyny, Homophobia and Transphobia at The AiyohWatLah! Awards 2015.
Read what Chew Yann, an intern at WCC and Corporate Communication student, has to say about the recent International Women’s Day celebration. Click here.
Choo Ai Naa, an intern at WCC and Corporate Communication student tries to get a grip on tradition and women in this article.
Deborah, an intern at WCC and Corporate Communication student explains why sexual harassment is bad for you and the workplace. Read the article.
Chew Yann, an intern at WCC and Corporate Communication student writes about this week’s topic from her own experience.Read the article.