1. Withdraw the Guidelines for Entertainment Activities (Concerts) and the notice banning concerts in higher education institutions under the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) 2023
  2. Restore the UUCA Abolishment Technical Committee as soon as possible.
  3. Empower the freedom of expression and academic freedom of students and academics.
  4. Strengthen financial autonomy and provide financial autonomy to students.
  5. Uphold students’ right to freedom of association.


Recently, the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) has introduced the Guidelines for Entertainment Activities (Concerts) in Higher Education Institutions under the MOHE 2023 issued to all public and private universities in Malaysia. The provisions in these guidelines are absurd, with many unreasonable prohibitions and regulations. This decision was also made without taking into account the views of any of the university’s stakeholders. The student fronts strongly protest against these guidelines and calls for this Guideline to be retracted by the MOHE with immediate effect, and with this, the University and University Colleges Act 1971(UUCA) must be repealed.


2.1 Withdraw the Guidelines for Entertainment Activities (Concerts) and the notice banning concerts in higher education institutions under the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) 2023.

After discovering that the university management has received instructions from the MOHE that these guidelines will take effect immediately, we have found news that the MOHE intends to revise these guidelines and despite being the Minister of Higher Education, YB Khaled Nordin has never approved the guidelines. The first issue here is about the conflicting narrative between the university management and the MOHE. The second issue is that students as stakeholders of the universities, our opinions were never obtained before such guidelines were issued. We would like to criticize the MOHE for being irresponsible and unprofessional in issuing such Guidelines.

As for the issue with the Guidelines itself, we would also like to point out four main reasons why these guidelines are absurd and unreasonable.

2.1.1 Restrictions on the rights and freedoms of university stakeholders.

For example, in clause 4.0 together with clause 16.0, it is stated that concerts must obtain the approval of the Student Union or Student Representative Council of the university concerned. However, the university management and the Department of Higher Education (DHE) under the MOHE still have the absolute power to cancel the event before or on the date of the event itself if it is deemed to “bring negative effects in various aspects”.

Furthermore, in clauses 5.4 and 14.1, all promotional and publicity materials including posters, banners, buntings, backdrops, wall of fame, portals, and also digital materials such as those in social media must obtain confirmation and approval from the university’s Corporate Communications Center.

This is contrary to the “student autonomy” that the MOHE has promised on several occasions. The MOHE needs to keep its promise and allow students to have a platform to grow and develop as future leaders of our country.

2.1.2 Deprivation of the student’s autonomy as an individual.

Clause 6.0 states the time limitation or constraint on any student body when organizing a concert, that if an event of the concert is approved to start at a certain time, it cannot be postponed at all, even if the VIP are still yet to arrive or if there is an unforeseen emergency situation. Exceptions are only given to VVIPs who are members of the royal family. No event should be forced to start unless and until the organizer deems it suitable to start, and this varies for each different genre of event. The student fronts believe that student activities should not adhere to such unreasonably stringent rules.

Clauses 8.0 and 9.0 have limited the clothing of artists on stage, as well as the committees and participants involved in the event itself. Examples include male artists being prohibited from wearing jewellery or shorts during performances or even during rehearsals; male artists that are not part of the university must tie their long hair, and male artists from the universities themselves are not allowed to have long hair; the prohibition of cross-dressing, all without exception even for cultural performances; and clothing that is considered “scandalous” is also prohibited.

In clauses 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 12.0, and 13.0, there are restrictions on activities that can be performed on stage. For example, no physical contact is allowed between dancers of the opposite sex; there can be no “excessive movement” for the dance; the music genre and lyrics, as well as the LED screen display, have to be approved by the “advisor” of the event.

These provisions clearly violate the personal freedom of individuals enshrined in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia, especially Article 5: personal freedom and Article 10: freedom of speech and expression. Students should be respected as equal individuals, and they should have equal rights under the law. Differentiating students because “they are not part of society” is an unfair and unjustified statement.

2.1.3 Provisions and use of words with vague meanings.

In clause 5.5, event organizers are given the responsibility to ensure that concert performances do not “encourage the extreme behaviour of artists, audience or secretariats” and “do not contain elements that can divide racial unity”. In clauses 7.0, 8.0, and 9.0, artists who are invited cannot be “controversial” artists, and they cannot “bring harm or damage the image of the university”, dress “flashy”, or perform “charming” actions. In clauses 10.2 and 12.3, the lyrics and performance of the artist, as well as the symbolism displayed should also not touch the “sensitivity of Malaysians”.

These words are either not defined in the guidelines themselves or the definitions given in the guidelines are vague as to what is considered “controversial”, “incites to extreme behaviour” and so on. It is unfair to then take action against promoters who are not clear about the context of the following provisions if they “breach” the guidelines.

2.1.4 Infiltration of conservatism values into Malaysian universities.

In clause 11.0, the separation of spectator seats becomes very redundant. First is the strict separation between male and female audiences with an exception being given to “family audience”. Mosh pits are also not permitted and permanent seating, without exception, is provided for spectators regardless of the nature of the activity. Organizers are also required to maintain their spectator “behaviour” at all times.

Other examples include clause 8.0, where male artists are prohibited from wearing shorts and jewellery on stage and dressing like the opposite sex is not allowed; and in clause 9.0, any physical contact between backup dancers of the opposite sex is prohibited, and the dance must be “not excessive in movement”.

Laws like this are personal laws under Sharia that must be followed by Muslims only. However, the clauses in these Guidelines apply to those of a different religion as well, and this is contrary to Article 11 in the Federal Constitution which guarantees the freedom to profess and practice other religions other than Islam. Islam is the official religion of Malaysia, but the use of Sharia law is limited to personal law, and no one should be forced to adhere to and practice that religion.

2.2 Restore the UUCA Abolishment Technical Committee as soon as possible.

In this UUCA Abolishment Technical Committee, we demand that its members consist of legal experts, student activists and social activists who have relevant experience, legal researchers in relevant fields and so on. Among the authoritative figures are Prof. Shad Saleem Faruqi, Prof. Edmund Terence Gomez, and Prof. Azmi Sharom. This is to get a more comprehensive view of the act. For your information, this committee has successfully produced six comprehensive policy papers and also affirmed the values and principles of academic freedom, university autonomy and student autonomy. The policy papers are related to governance systems, ombudsmen, institutionalized allocation and financial systems, service level agreements, academic professions, and universities and higher education institutions. However, this effort did not continue after the fall of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government in 2020.

2.3 Empower the freedom of expression and academic freedom of students and academics.

Under section 15(2)(b) AUKU, students are not allowed to join any organization designated by LPU that is not suitable for the interest and well-being of the student or the university. Under section 15(3)(b), students are not allowed to support or sympathize with or oppose any party that is determined by LPU to be inappropriate for the interests and well-being of the student or the university.

These two provisions give broad and vague powers to the LPU in determining what is meant as “not suitable for the interests and well-being of the students or the university”. Although universities in Malaysia have always stated that they are willing to train and produce female students who have critical and independent thinking, the UUCA has empowered universities to restrict academic activities on the grounds that such activities are “inappropriate”.

Under section 15(4), students are only allowed to make a statement if the statement is related to their studies or research in a seminar, symposium or similar event. Therefore, section 15(4) has imposed quite strict restrictions where students are only allowed to voice their opinions in relatively limited circumstances. We are of the view that freedom of speech and academics should not be prematurely restricted by additional laws, supposedly the higher education institutions are established with the aspiration of producing pillars of the country who think critically and are able to voice opinions in a principled manner.

In terms of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) staff and academics, the freedom of expression and academic freedom of this group is also restricted. In general, the UUCA does not provide academic freedom for HEI staff and academics. This can be seen in the content of the Statutory Bodies (Discipline and Surcharge) Act 2000 (Act 605) where the disciplinary rules can be found under the Second Schedule of Act 605. An officer must give full allegiance to the government according to Regulation 3; an official cannot make public statements that could harm the government’s policy, discredit the government and so on according to Rule 18. These provisions have restricted the freedom of speech of academics and administrators, and they are not allowed to voice their opinions about the government, nor give any information or explanation.

Therefore, we demand that the right and freedom of speech and academics must be guaranteed under the HEI. Students, like other members of Malaysian society, should enjoy the rights and freedom of expression guaranteed under the Federal Constitution.

2.4 Strengthen financial autonomy and provide financial autonomy to students.

Under section 15A of the UUCA, students are not allowed to collect or hold money. As a result, students always experience difficulties in organizing various activities, especially activities that involve high expenses. This is due to the slowness of the “e-procurement” system and the payment claim system through receipts in universities. If students want to pay through “e-procurement”, the merchant who offers the service can only get paid at least a few months after the service has been provided. Alternatively, students are forced to use their own money first before demanding payment from the university management using the original receipt. However, the university management’s slowness in processing student payment claims has caused students to bear a relatively high financial risk. Furthermore, this also opens up an opportunity for the university not to approve the expenses of student associations that are not respected by the administration.

Therefore, we demand that the right to manage the financial affairs of the student body be returned to the students. To ensure transparent financial management, the university may establish a regulatory body to review and audit the student body’s financial statements at the end of each financial year.

2.5 Uphold students’ right to freedom of association.

Under section 16 of the UUCA, the Vice-Chancellor is empowered to suspend or dissolve any organization, body and student group that, in the opinion of the Vice-Chancellor, may damage or cause harm to the interests or well-being of the university. However, such power is draconian because it empowers the Vice-Chancellor to decide to suspend or dissolve a student body without the need to conduct any investigation first.

Therefore, we demand that such draconian powers be abolished. On the other hand, any student body accused of carrying out illegal activities of the university should be investigated by the university and brought before an independent tribunal to make a decision.

Under section 15D of the UUCA, the Vice-Chancellor may, at his discretion, suspend a student who is accused of a registrable offence. Just like in section 16, such provisions give draconian powers to the Vice-Chancellor to make decisions without the necessary checks and balances.

Furthermore, the University Disciplinary Committee also cannot provide justice to the students as it should. It is clear from the case of Fahmi Zainol v Jawatankuasa Tatatertib Pelajar Universiti Malaya [2017] 10 CLJ 305, where the High Court ruled that the Studen Disciplinary Committee which was involved did not adhere to basic legal regulations and violated the human rights of the accused students. Therefore, we demand that the University Student Disciplinary Committee should be replaced with an independent Disciplinary Tribunal, consisting of individuals knowledgeable in the law, and most importantly, separating the roles of the prosecutor from the judge.


The student fronts criticize the MOHE for expanding its control over student activities and limiting student freedom as well as expanding conservative policies on campus. Strict prohibitions on this campus have never happened in history and this gives a clear sign that the MOHE has no intention of giving greater freedom to students. The sudden implementation these guidelines without prior notice and without obtaining students’ opinions, clearly shows that the amendment to the UUCA to restore student autonomy that was promised earlier seems to be just an act to divert students’ attention. We hereby call on the MOHE to withdraw these guidelines immediately, abolish the UUCA, and return the promised rights and autonomy to students and a progressive campus experience.

Initiated by:

University of Malaya New Youth (UMANY)

Endorsed by:

University of Malaya New Youth (UMANY)

Kesatuan Mahasiswa Universiti Malaya Suara Siswa

Suara Siswa UM

Persatuan Bahasa Cina Universiti Malaya

Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM)


Pergerakan Tenaga Akademik Malaysia (GERAK)

Gerakan Pembebasan Akademik

KLSCAH Civil Rights Committee


Parti Muda

Parti Sosialis Malaysia


Siti Kasim (Human rights lawyer)

Thomas Fann (Bersih Chairperson)

Ooi Kok Hin (Bersih Executive Director)

Pusat Komas

Ooi Guo Shen (Former President of Universiti Malaya Students’ Union)

Wong Yan Ke (Former president of UMANY/)

Pemuda Sosialis

Persatuan Alumni UMANY

Malaysian Action for Justice and Unity (MAJU)

Youth Of Malaysia

Mahasiswa Demokratik Malaysia

Monash University Student Association (MUSA)

Taylor’s Chinese Society

Persatuan Matematik Universiti Malaya (UMMA)

Leo Club of Universiti Malaya

Universiti Malaya Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Society (UMACT)

Universiti Malaya International Students Association (UMISA)

Taekwondo WT UM


Pasukan Gendang 24 Musim Universiti Malaya

Kung Fu Club University Malaya


Universiti Malaya Japanese Club

UM Justech

UM Lex Act

UM Toastmasters Club

Universiti Malaya Dancesport Club (UMDSC)

Southern University College Debate Club

Kelab Kesenian Persembahan Universiti Malaya (KKPUM)

Citizen Lab

Pasukan Debat Cina New Era

Bichara Malaya

Universiti Malaya Data Analytics Club (UMDAC)

Agora Society

Teoh Beng Hock Trust for Democracy

SKL Nan Ann Youth Section

Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Association Youth Section

GOPIO Malaysia

Persatuan Alumni New Era

Justice for Sisters

Institut Demokrasi dan Emansipasi Anak Muda (IDEA)

UNDI18 (Persatuan Pengundi Muda)

Students Progressive Front UUM

Suara Siswa UUM

Malaysia Youths and Students Evolution

Student Progressive Front UUM

Suara Siswa UUM

New Era University College Media Studies Society

The Malacca Chinese Assembly Hall Youth Section

Youth Bureau of Negeri Sembilan Chine



Prahvina Nagaraja

Eusoff Husainy

Preevena Devi Jayabalan

Yong Li Yan

Dennis Tan Guo An

Leo Ik Hau (Southern University College)

Mervin Tan Wei Hong

Lim Jin Hang

Chan Jun Ye

Choy Meng Hooi

Nursarah Aisyah

Leong Mae Jern

Lee Yong Xing (Southern University College )

Jonathan Lee Rong Sheng

Bowie Koh Chao Wei (Engineering Society of Universiti Malaya (ESUM))

Muhammad Faris bin Ahmad Faiz (President of Persatuan Komputer Universiti Malaya (PEKOM))

Pang Guo Liang (University Monash Malaysia)

Gan Wan Xuan (Southern University College (SUC))

Nadia Malyanah

Shari Tan Xin Wen

Liew Chien Xuan

柯福特 (柔佛州和谐福利协会总务)

Lee Jian Hong

Chan Yan Wei

Tan Chun Keat

Chuah Yee Rou



  1. 撤销2023高教机构娱乐活动(音乐会)指南。
  2. 即刻恢复废除大专法令技术委员会。
  3. 强化学生和学术人员的言论自由和学术自由。
  4. 增强赋予学生财政自主权。
  5. 巩固学生结社自由的权利。

1.0 背景


2.0 诉求

2.1 撤销2023高教机构娱乐活动(音乐会)指南。

在获知大学管理层已经收到高等教育部的指示,这项指南将立即生效后,我们获悉高教部有意重新审查这项指南。然而,作为高教部长,Khaled Nordin却表示从未批准过这项指南。



2.1.1 无理钳制大学利益相关者的权利和自由。







2.1.2 不合理地限制学生作为个体的权利及自由。






2.1.3 条规定义含糊不清。



2.1.4 保守主义渗透马来西亚大专学府。





2.2 即刻恢复废除大专法令技术委员会。

在大专法令技术委员会(JTMA)中,我们要求JTMA的成员由法律专家,具有相关经验的学运分子和社运分子,相关领域的法律研究人员等组成。杰出人物包括Shad Saleem Faruqi教授,Edmund Terence Gomez教授,Azmi Sharom教授。这是为了更全面地了解此项法律。据悉,此委员会已成功编撰了六份全面的政策文件,并坚定的认同了学术自由、大学自主权和学生自主权。此政策文件涉及大学管理制度、监察员制度、津贴体系和财务制度、服务级协议、学术专业以及大学和高等教育机构。然而,在2020年希盟政府垮台后,这一努力并没有再续。

2.3 强化学生和学术人员的言论自由和学术自由。



2.4 增强赋予学生财政自主权。




2.5 巩固学生结社自由的权利。



此外,大学纪律委员会也无法达成应有的公正。正如在 Fahmi Zainol v JawatankuasaTatatertib Pelajar Universiti Malaya [2017] 10 CLJ 305 案高庭的判决中,此涉及的学生纪律委员会未遵守基本的法律规定,并侵犯了被告学生的人权。因此,我们要求取消大学学生纪律委员会,以一个独立的仲裁庭取而代之,由了解法律的个人组成,及将检察官的角色与法官的角色完全区分开。

3.0 结尾




















Siti Kasim (人权律师)

Thomas Fann (Bersih Chairperson)

Ooi Kok Hin (Bersih Executive Director)

Pusat Komas





Malaysian Action for Justice and Unity (MAJU)


Mahasiswa Demokratik Malaysia

Monash University Student Association (MUSA)


Persatuan Matematik Universiti Malaya (UMMA)

Leo Club of Universiti Malaya

Universiti Malaya Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Society (UMACT)

Universiti Malaya International Students Association (UMISA)

Taekwondo WT UM



Kung Fu Club University Malaya


Universiti Malaya Japanese Club

UM Justech

UM Lex Act

UM Toastmasters Club

Universiti Malaya Dancesport Club (UMDSC)

Southern University College Debate Club

Kelab Kesenian Persembahan Universiti Malaya (KKPUM)



Bichara Malaya

Universiti Malaya Data Analytics Club (UMDAC)





GOPIO Malaysia

Persatuan Alumni New Era 新纪元校友会

Justice for Sisters

Institut Demokrasi dan Emansipasi Anak Muda (IDEA)

UNDI18 (Persatuan Pengundi Muda)











Prahvina Nagaraja

Eusoff Husainy

Preevena Devi Jayabalan

Yong Li Yan

Dennis Tan Guo An

Leo Ik Hau (Southern University College 南方大学学院)

Mervin Tan Wei Hong

Lim Jin Hang

Chan Jun Ye

Choy Meng Hooi

Nursarah Aisyah

Leong Mae Jern

Lee Yong Xing (Southern University College 南方大学学院)

Jonathan Lee Rong Sheng

Bowie Koh Chao Wei (Engineering Society of Universiti Malaya (ESUM))

Muhammad Faris bin Ahmad Faiz (President of Persatuan Komputer Universiti Malaya (PEKOM))

Pang Guo Liang (University Monash Malaysia)

Gan Wan Xuan (Southern University College (SUC))

Nadia Malyanah

Shari Tan Xin Wen

Liew Chien Xuan

柯福特 (柔佛州和谐福利协会总务)

Lee Jian Hong

Chan Yan Wei

Tan Chun Keat

Chuah Yee Rou

KLSCAH Youth | Human Rights Campaign 2023: Fight for Freedom, Journey to Liberation! Human Rights Exhibition

Throughout the history of mankind, people have been on a constant path of pursuing equality, freedom, and human dignity.

Freedom, and the respect of basic human rights are widely regarded as a universal value worth upholding by many. Lest we forget, the freedom that we enjoy today are owed to those who came before us.

We are now proud to present to you an exhibition dedicated to “FREEDOM”.

This exhibition will be divided into various sections, allowing visitors to visualise and understand the concept of freedom, to revisit the path that leads to where we are at today, and to reflect on what is freedom, and what it means to us.

Freedom is not free, however this exhibition is!

Event details are as follows:

Human Rights Exhibition:
Date: 23rd-31st August 2023
Time: 9am-6pm

Venue: Kong Choi Exhibition Room (First Floor of KLSCAH)

Organizer: KLSCAH Youth

Opening Ceremony of the Human Rights Exhibition
Date: 22nd August 2023 (Tuesday)
Time: 8pm

Venue: Cheng Yi Auditorium (First Floor of KLSCAH)

Language: English, Mandarin

Guest of Honour: YBM Chang Lih Kang (Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation)

Organizer: KLSCAH Youth

隆雪华青 | 2023年人权系列活动: “追求人权百年路,星火不息争自由”人权展览














Kami, organisasi-organisasi masyarakat sivil yang bertandatangan di bawah, bersolidariti bersama peguam dan aktivis hak asasi manusia Siti Kasim dan menyeru agar pihak Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) memberi perlindungan keselamatan beliau. Kami mengecam sekeraskerasnya terhadap pihak yang memasang bom jenis Improvised Explosive Device (IED) di bawah kereta Siti Kasim.

Siti Kasim merupakan seorang peguam dan pembela hak orang asli yang peka, proaktif dan lantang bersuara tentang pelbagai isu hak asasi manusia, integriti institusi, demokrasi dan hal ehwal berkenaan dengan politik. Namun, pemikiran kritis dan pendirian progresif Siti Kasim sering diancam dengan kritikan serta ugutan yang ingin mengancam nyawanya, dimana pada 21 Julai lalu, pihak PDRM telah mengesahkan bahawa bom jenis IED dipasang di bawah keretanya.

Sejak kebelakangan ini, ugutan dan keganasan terhadap aktivis semakin berleluasa. Kes-kes seperti hilang secara paksa (enforced disappearance)1, cat dan asid disimbah ke kereta pengarah dan pelakon Mentega Terbang2, hantaran bangkai haiwan berdarah kepada wartawan bebas, hantaran replika tangan berlumuran darah kepada aktivis Persatuan Aktivis Sahabat Alam (KUASA)3, aktivis Universiti Malaya diugut oleh samseng4 – merupakan satu trend yang amat membimbangkan.

Insiden-insiden ini amat membimbangkan dari pelbagai sudut. Ia melibatkan keselamatan orang awam, aktivis dan juga pihak-pihak lain yang ingin menyuarakan pendapat. Seolah-olah apabila tidak bersependapat perlu digertak dengan kekerasan. Jika keganasan ini tidak ditangani oleh pihak berkuasa secara tegas, bukan sahaja keamanan dan keselamatan awam, tetapi juga kedaulatan undang-undang dan demokrasi tanah air akan tergugat.

Kementerian Dalam Negeri harus cakna terhadap trend ini dan bekerjasama dengan masyarakat sivil dan Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia (SUHAKAM) bagi mencari satu penyelesaian untuk menjamin keselamatan dan kebebasan bersuara rakyat serta untuk mengelakkan daripada trend sebegini merebak dan menjadi satu norma. Sehubungan itu, dalam jangka masa terdekat, kami menggesa agar pihak PDRM menjalankan siasatan yang telus dengan segera dan mengambil tindakan sewajarnya termasuk menghadapkan pelaku ke muka pengadilan memandangkan kes ini melibatkan kepentingan awam.

Selain itu, langkah terbaik bagi jangka masa panjang, pihak kerajaan perlu mengiktiraf dan mengesahkan peranan pembela hak asasi manusia sebagai individu atau kumpulan yang bertindak untuk mempromosikan hak asasi manusia dan kebebasan asasi melalui kaedah aman. Langkah ini penting kerana dapat memberikan pengiktirafan dan apabila diperlukan, perlindungan yang secukupnya kepada pembela hak asasi manusia.

Di dalam sesebuah negara yang demokratik, kita patut meraikan kepelbagaian dan perbezaan. Libatkan diri dalam dialog, wacana dan debat terbuka jikalau tidak setuju dengan pandangan, dan bukannya menggunakan keganasan untuk menggertak seseorang. Kami ingin menegaskan bahawa tiada sesiapa termasuk aktivis patut menerima ugutan, intimidasi serta sebarang bentuk keganasan oleh kerana beliau menggunakan hak dan kebebasan bersuara yang
termaktub di bawah Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Akhir sekali, kami secara tegasnya mengecam segala bentuk intimidasi dan keganasan terhadap aktivis hak asasi manusia. Kami akan terus bersolidariti bersama Siti Kasim dan menyeru pihak kerajaan agar mengambil serius kes ini, menyiasat dan memberi perlindungan keselamatan Siti Kasim dengan segera. Seluruh masyarakat harus mengambil kisah dan mengorak langkah bersama-sama bagi mencegah keganasan dan intimidasi terhadap individu
dan kolektif yang menyuarakan pendapat yang berlainan.

Disokong oleh:
1. Suara Rakyat Malaysia – SUARAM
2. Teoh Beng Hock Trust for Democracy
3. Citizens Against Enforced Disappearances – CAGED
4. Centre for Independent Journalism
5. Society for the Promotion of Human Rights (PROHAM)
6. Justice for Sisters
7. Amnesty International Malaysia
8. Pusat KOMAS
9. Jaring Kampung Orang Asli Semenanjung Malaysia
10. Jaringan Perkampungan Orang Asli Johor
11. Persatuan Semoq Beri Kampung Tompesel
12. Persatuan Orang Asli Jakun Rompin Pahang
13. KLSCAH Youth
14. Undi 18
15. Greenpeace Malaysia
16. ARTICLE 19
17. Gabungan Marhaen
18. Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM)
19. Persatuan Komuniti Prihatin Selangor, KL & Perak
20. Baramkini
21. Women Development Organisation Malaysia PJ Branch
22. University of Malaya Association of New Youth (UMANY)
23. KRYSS Network
24. Freedom Film Network (FFN)
25. Jaringan Kampung Orang Asli Kelantan – JKOAK
26. EDICT (Eliminating Deaths and Abuse in Custody Together)
27. UTAR Student Representative Council (Kampar)
28. KLSCAH Civil Rights Committee
29. Student Progressive Front UUM (SPFUUM)
30. Suara Siswa UUM
31. Tunku Abdul Rahman Association of New Youth (TARANY)
33. Persatuan Pendidikan dan Kesedaran 3R Kuala Lumpur
34. Architect of Diversity (AOD Malaysia)
35. Sister in Islam (SIS)
36. Save Malaysia Stop Lynas
37. Apa Kata Wanita Orang Asli
38. Pertubuhan Serikat Rakyat Malaysia
39. PACOS Trust
40. Terabai Kenyalang Heritage Association of Sarawak (TKHAS)
42. Advancing Knowledge in Democracy and Law initiative
43. Pertubuhan Suara Anak Sabah
44. Persatuan Impian Sabah
45. ERA Consumer Malaysia
46. Borneo Komrad
47. Tiada.Guru
48. Sabah Human Rights Centre
49. Engage Network
50. DHRRA Malaysia
51. Cahaya Society
52. Pergerakan Tenaga Akademik Malaysia (GERAK)
53. All Women’s Action Society (AWAM)
54. Lawyer Kamek, Sarawak
55. Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia


22 JULAI 2022

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  1. 呼吁政府废除《1971年大专法令》及《1996年私立大专法令》,让校园脱离政治干预
  2. 重新提呈《警察独立投诉与行为不检委员会法案(IPCMC)》,整肃和改革我国警队
  3. 呼吁政府落实《性别平等法案》,保障性别平等和停止迫害性少数
  4. 呼吁政府制定《跨境烟霾污染法令》,以解决区域烟霾问题
  5. 呼吁政府落实《政治献金法案》,规范和透明化政治献金
  6. 促政治人物勿为捞取政治资本操弄种族,宗教和性少数相关课题
  7. 废除《1948年煽动法令》和《1998年通讯及多媒体法》的第233条文,保障人民的言论及表达自由
  8. 促政府珍视农民贡献,合法化芭地
  9. 促政府修改《2012年和平集会法令》,检视警方的作业程序






2. 依照本团组织细则:

第4.3(三)项: 凡经大会堂董事会批准之个人团员,自批准之日起其团龄未满一年者,于本团团员常年大会或团员特别大会时不得享有被选权、选举权及表决权,惟可被理事会委任为理事。

第4.4(四)项: 团员须于团员大会举行前30天,缴清至上一年度的活动基金,否则将丧失该年常年大会之团员权利,连续未缴清活动基金达三年者,将丧失团员资格。若欲成为团员,必须重新申请,依本团组织细则第4.2条处理。

3. 团员有任何提案,请于2023年6月3日(星期六),中午12时之前,电邮至[email protected]或亲自呈交至隆雪华堂秘书处,俾呈大会讨论,逾期恕不处理。

4. 若有团员欲更换地址、联络电话号码或电邮,请填上团员更新资料表格,并电邮至 [email protected] ,以方便日后能将最新活动讯息通知大家。

5. 为了环保及节省成本,团员可从隆雪华青网站 ( 下载电子版2023年团员大会年度报告书。敬请各团员事先阅读电子版报告书,并准时出席会议。谢谢。





团长李仕强                    秘书黄彦铬       同启

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隆雪华青对朝野政党为争取保守选票,对性少数群体展开猎巫行动,大感担忧和失望。政府除了充公Swatch 彩虹主题手表,更推动 “穆凯亚计划” (Mukhayyam),借此策略行动遏止LGBT文化的蔓延,展开相对应的执法行动,继续污名化性少数;国盟回教党国会议员则在下议院建议将性少数群体列为精神病患,旨在羞辱嘲讽、制造社会对性少数和精神病患的偏见与仇恨。

















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我们认为一旦没有废除《大专法令》,一切学生赋权的议程仅是纸上谈兵。此法令赋予校长和学生事务处绝对的权力取消学生活动、冻结及吊销学籍和学会。在权力结构如此不平等下,学生从来不被视为一个具备自主意识的个体,举办活动仍旧得看学生事务处的脸色。我们举例,社运分子法米惹扎(Fahmi Reza)在大选前夕欲进入校园为大学生举办“民主学堂”,却被不同大学挡下,甚至赶出校门外。马大华文学会也曾被指屡次在行政技术上出错,使用中文告示牌有分裂种族之嫌,学生事务处故冻结他们一个学期以示惩戒。







1. 隆雪华青

2. 拉大青年先锋 TARANY

3. 稷下学社

4. 马来西亚青年与学生发展组织

5. 马大新青年

6. 槟城阿逸布爹青年委员会 JBPP Air Putih

7. 北大前进阵线

8. 优大金宝校区学代会

9. 博大前进阵线

10. 优大青年之声 Voice of Youtharian

11. 新纪元校友会

12. 马大学生会

13. 优大双溪龙校区学代会

14. 新纪元大学学院学生会

15. 大馬新学运联盟