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Should Malaysia Implement Menstrual Leave?

Surita Mogan, Founder, MyENDOSIS

26-May-22 17:00

Should Malaysia Implement Menstrual Leave?

Deputy President of Barti Bangsa Malaysia, Haniza Mohamed Talha has suggested that Putrajaya should consider enacting a law that would allow women who suffer from severe menstrual pain to take leave from work pointing out that Indonesia allows up to two days a month for menstrual leave. This comes after Spain recently approved a bill granting up to 3 days of menstrual leave a month. We get into discussions around this proposal and the stigma surrounding menstrual pain.

Image source: Annika Gordon, Unsplash

Produced by: Alia Zefri

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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