- 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.
Start Educating MOE on Respect for all Religions
Despite the urgency of reforming the Malaysian education system, our Ministry of Education (MOE) under the leadership of Dr. Maszlee Malik has decided to react bluntly to a school who had allegedly recited a Christian prayer during an awards ceremony.
Pusat KOMAS feels the MOE was ignorant of the Federal Constitution, hence ‘bullied’ the missionary school by reflexing its muscle through its issuance of an unnecessary warning.
MOHR should be stern in protecting job seekers from discrimination
Ministry of Human Resources under the purview of Minister YB Kula Segaran must declare whether the welfare and rights of the future workforce is a priority in the nation’s reform agenda championed by the Pakatan Harapan government. The future workforce comprise of, but not limited to fresh graduates, teenagers, and women – of all races, religions, and background – entering with the hope of igniting or improving their career.
Preserving Malaysian-ness on Malaysia Day
Pusat KOMAS wishes all Malaysians, Happy Malaysia Day!
On May 1961, Tunku Abdul Rahman mooted the ambitious idea of a new federation – Malaysia. This credulous notion of 4 nations (Sarawak, Sabah, Singapore and Malaya) coming together was generally accepted by many despite the concerns raised on the socio-economic and political stability of these individual states.
9th National Conference on Non-discrimination – New Malaysia: Achieving Unity in a Plural Society
Pusat KOMAS together with Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) and Institute for Development Studies (Sabah) organised the 9th National Conference on Non-Discrimination in Ming Garden Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. This year’s theme was “Achieving Unity in a Plural Society”, with the aim to address the challenges bricked upon the aspiration of a New Malaysia.
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.