SWWS is a non-governmental and non-profit organization which promote women’s equality and elimination of violence against women and children. Having gained the confidence of the State Government who is funding most of our programmes today, we still have much more work to do to be able to offer a consistent, active and effective service to women in need of our help.
PETALING JAYA: Legislation needs to go hand-in-hand with parental responsibility, say NGOs and welfare organisations in response to R.AGE’s documentary highlighting the sexual exploitation of children online. The documentary, Predator In My Phone, was launched yesterday and is part of a campaign pushing for anti-grooming laws to combat cyber abuse. “Children are now vulnerable onlineRead more about Press: Help fight menace, parents urged[…]
R.AGE and Unicef is calling for laws that would make it a crime for an adult to intentionally engage a child online with the aim of sexually exploiting them – even when no physical meeting or abuse has taken place. We hope such laws will deter paedophiles and sex predators, and enable the police toRead more about R.AGE calls for the need for Anti-Grooming Laws[…]
THE existence of our very own paedophiles online as reported in local media sent shivers down the spines of people, especially parents in this country. While British paedophile Richard Huckle is now behind bars in the UK, local child protection NGOs and the media have revealed disturbing realities – there are local paedophiles walking freeRead more about Press: Time to zero in on groomers[…]