With the recent case being a 17-year-old girl getting numerous lewd remarks and harassment for speaking up about rape culture in school, our Partner-Director, Serene Lim spoke to BFM during their Evening Edition on the available redress for victim/survivor of online gender-based violence and the challenges that comes with it. Click here to visit the … Continue reading [BFM Interview] Taking action against online sexual harassment
We, the undersigned are extremely disturbed and appalled by the horrible and dangerous comments and threats made by the public towards Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam, a 17-year old Malaysian student who recently called out a male Physical Education (Pendidikan Jasmani Kesihatan) teacher in her school for ‘joking’ about rape and implying to male students that … Continue reading [PRESS STATEMENT] We stand in solidarity with Ain Husniza
KRYSS Network strongly condemns the Selangor Islamic Religious Department’s (JAIS) attempts to intimidate and persecute Nur Sajat, a transwoman who is also a cosmetics entrepreneur. The news of JAIS’s deployment of 122 personnel to pursue a nation-wide search of Nur Sajat appears to be an excessive exercise and can be perceived as disproportionate to her … Continue reading [PRESS STATEMENT] End intimidation and prosecution against Nur Sajat
Today we launch our new logo proudly, as we at KRYSS Network continue to evolve, reflect, learn and innovate. We have grown so much since we institutionalised the organisation two years ago. The change in our logo is to reflect who we are today and where we are heading.
On 5th October 2021, our Partner-Director, Serene Lim spoke to BFM Radio on the recent exposure of V2K Telegram group that disseminate and sexualise women’s photographs without their consent.
Our Partner-Director, Serene Lim speaks about online gender-based violence (OGBV) directed at Parlimen Digital, especially against YB Selayang and Labis, and how normalised OGBV is. Listen to https://www.bfm.my/podcast/the-bigger-picture/the-daily-digest/ending-online-gender-based-violence
English version KRYSS Network condemns the online gender-based violence and harassment directed at participants/speakers of “Parlimen Digital” and call for the Malaysian government to take the necessary measures to defend the rights to public and political participation equally for all, and especially for women and girls. KRYSS Network was impressed with the participation of young … Continue reading [PRESS RELEASE] Malaysian Government Should Defend Women’s Rights to Public and Political Participation
Huda and Serene, two of REVOLUSIS's six writers who spoke with BFM89.9 on the need for girl-power narratives. Photocredit: BFM89.9
Our partner and co-founder, Angela M. Kuga Thas responded to BFM's questions on the backlash against the women's march in Kuala Lumpur that was held on 9 March 2019. Source: https://www.bfm.my/womens-march-lgbt-still-a-trump-card