Malaysian Doctors for Women & Children Statement on Terengganu State’s Criminalisation of Out-of-Wedlock Pregnancies
Malaysian Doctors for Women & Children Statement on Code Black Protest and Proposed Nationwide One-Day Strike on 26th July 2021 by Malaysian Contract Doctors
We condemn the criminalisation of out-of-wedlock pregnancies within the Syariah Criminal Offences Enactment 2022 in Section 29A by the Terengganu State and other similar laws practised by other states in Malaysia. Please read our full statement below in English and Bahasa Melayu below. A shorter statement published by Ova Health – The Galen Centre can […]
The Malaysian Doctors for Women & Children would like to lend our support to our Malaysian contract (non-permanent) doctors within the Ministry of Health Malaysia for better employment opportunities and career prospects. Our full statement below.