Jaringan Nasional Advokasi Pekerja Rumah Tangga (JALA PRT) is a national network for domestic workers advocacy in Indonesia. Established in 2004, JALA PRT is an umbrella organisation for 35 domestic worker groups, associations…
The Legal Activist
Ms Zainah Anwar, Malaysia
Leading women’s rights activist, Zainah Anwar talks about the urgency – and challenge – of reforming Muslim Family Laws to end discrimination against women and achieve equality.
The Legal Expert
Adv Vrinda Grover, India
Indian Supreme Court Advocate, Vrinda Grover talks about the need to reform colonial-era laws to put citizen’s interests first, and her wish to see law-making evolve from protecting against harms to enabling greater freedoms for all.
The Legal Champion
Ms Khawar Mumtaz, Pakistan
Nobel Peace-Prize Nominee, Khawar Mumtaz talks about her life-long career calling for legal reform to guarantee women’s rights, and how law is a critical social signal and monitoring its implementation a duty for us all.
The Law Reform Official
Dr Lalotoa Mulitalo, Samoa
Executive Director of the Samoa Law Reform Commission, Dr Lalotoa Mulitalo talks about the dual challenges of achieving law reform in a plural legal system and ensuringalso that law-making is relevant to the lives of local people.
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