According to reports, the number of investigations under the Sedition Act and the Communications and Multimedia Act rose sharply in 2020. In response, Amnesty International Malaysia launched the Unsilenced campaign to raise awareness on the importance for freedom of expression and to encourage people to fight back against censorship. BFM speaks to Katrina Jorene Maliamauv, executive director of Amnesty International Malaysia, to find out more.
Produced by Loo Juosie
Presented by Hezril Asyraaf and Kam Raslan
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