A women's manifesto to protect gender and minority rights

Cheong Wey Jin

Modified 9 Mar 2018, 9:02 am

A coalition of civil society organisations and individuals launched the women's manifesto yesterday to demand current MPs and potential candidates for the 14th general election (GE14) to endorse and champion the agenda of women in the coming election.

'Why a women's manifesto?' is a question many people ask, said Angela M Kuga, the executive director of Empower.

"Some even ask if we are planning to contest (in GE14)," she said...

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