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Moving towards a more gender-sensitive Parliament

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To mark International Women’s Day recently, 33 women MPs have called for a more gender-sensitive Parliament to promote gender equality in Malaysia.

BFM speaks with Tam Xueh Wei from the 111 Initiative to evaluate the government’s efforts to promote gender equality and explore what it would mean to have a gender-sensitive Parliament.

Produced by Adeline Choong

Presented by Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan

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