- Something racist in the media or on the internet
- Physical harm, Abuse, Damage and Discrimination
- Provocative displays. Anything on sign board? Wall?
View our videos from our various programmes such as our voter and citizenship education, non-discrimination programmes and the occasional video of community action by our partners.
Joint Statement: ASEAN must uphold human rights in responding to the COVID‐19 pandemic
The Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development, together with the Solidarity for ASEAN Peoples’ Advocacy and the undersigned organisations, are gravely concerned with the lack of a human rights focus in the current response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Members States.
Perpaduan di kala COVID – Gesaan Malaysia diuji-negatif untuk perkauman
21 Mac 2020 menandakan Ulang Tahun ke-60 untuk Hari Antarabangsa bagi Penghapusan Diskriminasi Kaum. Hari yang lahir dari rahim perjuangan anti-apatheid, pejuang penghapusan diskriminasi kaum 60 tahun dahulu menekankan kepentingan perpaduan lebih dari segalanya.
Unity amidst COVID – A call for Malaysia to test-negative for racism
21st March 2020 marks the 60th International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Born from the anti-Apartheid struggle, the spirit of non-discrimination emanated by the martyrs 60 years ago is stressing for the necessity of unity more than ever before.
Malaysia: Promote human rights amidst political upheaval
The Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM‐ASIA), its member‐organisations in Malaysia, Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) and Pusat KOMAS, and the undersigned organisations call on the Government of Malaysia to uphold principles of multi‐racialism and democratic reform, regardless of the leadership of the day.
How You Can Get Involved
Volunteers play an important role in KOMAS’ work so if you have the time, energy and skills to share, there are various things you can be involved in KOMAS’ programmes.
Malaysia Racial Discrimination Report
in conjunction with the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
KOMAS together with 7 other civil society organizations have initiated a campaign to advocate the Malaysian government to ratify the ICERD.
ICERD is the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION. The ICERD was adapted by UN general assembly in 1963 which commits its members to the elimination of racial discrimination and the promotion of equality and unity among all races.
Orang Asli Support
Pusat KOMAS works in close collaboration with Jaringan Kampung Orang Asli Semenanjung Malaysia (JKOASM) since 1993.