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KUALA LUMPUR: The government must provide teacher Nurhaizah Ejab full whistleblower protection, urged the 'Tiada Guru' campaign activists.
New Straits Times
· May 31, 2023
Insufficient protection for teachers ensuring accountability.
Penyokong Kempen 'Tiada Guru' menggesa kerajaan beri perlindungan kepada Nurhaizah sebagai pemberi maklumat.
· May 30, 2023
Ikuti perbincangan menyeluruh bersama Nailah Huda dan tujuh anak muda - Alina Amir, Calvin Cheng, Shahrizal Denci, Tengku Qistina, Iskandar Fareez, Aidil Iman dan Fiqah Roslan.
· Sept 26, 2021
Tiada.Guru campaign backers say whistle-blowers who speak up on wrongdoing should be given protection. Corruption is the root of many problems in the education system, including alleged cover-ups, extreme absenteeism and retaliatory behaviours. In an effort to address the matter, the Tiada.Guru campaign stated that cover-ups should not be tolerated and protection should be given to whistle-blowers. The history of cover-ups will snowball into institutional issues, claimed campaign spokesman Fiqah Roslan during a recent webinar.
· Aug 25, 2021
People need to speak up and show their solidarity with whistleblowers to end the corrupt practices in the education sector. Corruption, according to Firdaus Husni, the Human Rights strategy head for Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights, is not just materialistic elements but also in the form of protecting offenders from actions being taken against them. She said the community should change their mindsets in terms of tolerating wrongdoings in the system.
News Straits Times
· July 25, 2021
The Tiada Guru group has called for an independent probe on the Education Ministry over alleged claims of negligence. This is after the ministry failed to file its defence in a lawsuit after 155 days and counting. The lawsuit is over a teacher's purported failure to turn up for classes at a school in Kota Belud, Sabah.
· May 28, 2021
PETALING JAYA: A human rights activist has told schoolchildren that they can file a suit against teachers if the children are denied rights to learn. Firdaus Husni, the chief human rights strategist at Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights, said all children have a basic right to education, and everyone has to help defend that right.
Free Malaysia Today
· Jan 31, 2021
PETALING JAYA: Seorang bekas peguam berkata tidak salah pelajar menyaman guru mereka sekiranya hak asasi mereka untuk mendapatkan pendidikan telah dicabul. Menurut Firdaus Husni kanak-kanak di negara ini mempunyai hak asasi mereka yang berhak dipertahankan. "Budaya kita di Malaysia, kanak-kanak mesti menghormati dan tidak boleh melawan orang tua.
· Jan 30, 2021
KOTA KINABALU: Kempen "Tiada.Guru" telah dilancarkan untuk menjadi suara bagi semua mangsa yang didiamkan oleh Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia(KPM). Kempen tersebut mendapat inspirasi dari kes seorang wanita muda dari Kota Belud yang telah menyaman guru Bahasa Inggeris kerana ketidakhadiran ke sekolah selama 7 bulan Pada akhir 2018, pelajar Siti Nafirah Siman yang ketika itu berusia 18...
· Dec 14, 2020
Nafirah Siman, bekas pelajar tingkatan 4 yang pernah tular pada 2018 kerana tindakannya saman guru masih lagi berjuang untuk isu ini.
· Dec 12, 2020
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· Sept 21, 2020
A study by Khazanah Research Institute found that despite going to school for an average of 12 years, Malaysian students receive only nine years worth of meaningful education. Does the problem of extreme teacher absenteeism contribute to this? Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan speak to child rights advocate Sharmila Sekaran, Peninsula Director, Tiada.Guru & Anne Lasimbang, Executive Director, PACOS.
· Sept 1, 2020
Recently, the police dropped their case against a lecturer from the University of Malaya (UM) who allegedly sexually harassed a female student last year. The victim received a notice from authorities which stated that due to the lack of other witnesses and conclusive testimony, they would not be pressing further charges or be carrying the case forward, as said in a post by UMANY.
World of Buzz
· Aug 31, 2020
"This legal stance is untenable, unfounded, and a disgusting illustration of how multiple institutions can protect the culture of fear, power, and silence: 'Justice means privilege for me and silence for you, lah,'" the group wrote. "When the accused is a lecturer, the power imbalance demands transparent, fair, and swift prosecution.
· Aug 30, 2020
· Aug 20, 2020
“Budaya takut bersuara ini mesti berakhir.”