OUR campaigns

Here is what CERAH has been doing to actively fight for our 

right to clean air! 


In December 2021, CERAH and its coalition of Anti-Haze partners submitted a complaint to the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) to address the persistent and chronic haze pollution that has been plaguing Malaysia for decades.

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Also in December 2021, CERAH sought an inquiry under the GDIMY coalition to examine existing Malaysian legislation, regulations and rules of civil and or criminal proceedings to protect people’s human rights to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment.


mp’s pledge

Beginning August 2022, CERAH called on all Members of Parliament to sign the pledge to recognise every person’s right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as part of Malaysians’ fundamental liberty under Article 5(1) of the Constitution, and to support future legislation, Constitutional amendments, policies and programmes to this end.

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CERAH and its Anti-Haze Coalition partners have sought for years to have the Malaysian government enact the Transboundary Haze Pollution Act. Despite being a signatory to the 2002 ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution, Malaysia has not imposed any mechanisms to enact extraterritorial legislation to hold polluters accountable.

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