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Women might pay price of employment ‘progress’

*Editor’s note: This article was updated on 15 September 2022 Amendments to... Read More

Govt urged to help as bosses brace for longer maternity leave

Lee Min Hui was quoted by MalaysiaNow, 19 July 2022. Otherwise, there are concerns of... Read More

Women’s woes: Gendered impact of Covid-19

The effects of a crisis are rarely gender-neutral. Women and men experience... Read More

Progress comes when more women are elected to power

We must ask why politics lagging women’s economic, educational advancements WOMEN make... Read More

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Lee Min Hui

Min Hui’s research interests centre on marginalised communities and policies to mitigate gender inequality, with a particular focus on childcare policy and equalising outcomes for women in the labour market. She was a former external affairs analyst at the World Bank where she worked on developing policy communication strategies and content to support the organisation's research work in Malaysia. She holds an MA in Public Policy from King’s College London and was a Chevening scholar.

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Women might pay price of employment ‘progress’

15 September 2022
*Editor’s note: This article was updated on 15 September 2022 Amendments to Employment Act raise fears that poor implementation will hurt parents instead In a long-overdue move to meet international labour standards, Malaysia in March passed amendments to the Employment Act 1955. The changes will introduce much-needed family friendly policies and move the needle towards…

Govt urged to help as bosses brace for longer maternity leave

25 July 2022
Lee Min Hui was quoted by MalaysiaNow, 19 July 2022. Otherwise, there are concerns of discrimination against women workers as the amendments to the Employment Act come into effect. by Nur Hasliza Mohd Salleh When Mohd Azfar Zahari had his first child four years ago, he took no leave at all but continued working as usual at a…

Women’s woes: Gendered impact of Covid-19

20 April 2022
The effects of a crisis are rarely gender-neutral. Women and men experience markedly different outcomes during a crisis because of unequal foundations in society.¹ The Covid-19 pandemic is no exception – and the combined threat of a health and economic crisis interact with deeply entrenched gender inequalities, giving rise to disproportionate consequences for women. Already,…

Progress comes when more women are elected to power

07 March 2022
We must ask why politics lagging women’s economic, educational advancements WOMEN make up about half of the Malaysian population but only 15% of parliamentarians. As we celebrate another International Women’s Day on 8 March under the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic – a crisis that has widened existing gender gaps – it has never been…
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