WCC’s exhibition, “Doodle for Change: My Story, My Strength”, depicts stories from survivors of violence. Click here to read coverage in The Star Metro.
JAG calls for government to sit up and take notice of Bersih 4′s demands. Click here to read the full stament that appeared in Malaysiakini.
Click here to read all about our initiatives and achievements in 2014
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.
WCC’s Advocacy Officer, Joshua Teh’s, responds to Mara’s plans to swiftly extradite Nur Fitri. Click here to read his letter, published in Malaysiakini
WCC Program Consulant, Prema Devaraj reponds to a decision by the Court of Appeal to acquit a 60-year old man of charges of raping a 14-year-old girl. Click here to read more.
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.
WCC’s Advocacy Officer, Joshua Teh addresses the issue of marital rape. Click here to read his letter that was published in Malaysiakini.
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.