Malaysia, a country like no other that attracts tourists from all over the world with its historical, cultural and religious diversity. With its unique mixes of race and religion where Malay, Chinese, Indian and many other ethnic groups live in peace and harmony.
Across ASEAN countries, women are climbing
ASEAN countries are the home to some of the most powerful women in the world.
We adopt proven concrete actions to develop networking, including the use of technologies and social networks to help women in Southeast-Asia to take full advantage of a more unified ASEAN economy.
“Some leaders are born women.”
ASEAN Conference on Women in Politics
In conjunction with Malaysia’s Chairmanship of ASEAN 2015, Wanita Barisan Nasional, the Women’s Wing of Barisan Nasional, will host an ASEAN Conference on Women in Politics (WIPKL 2015) on 17th October 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.DETAILS
8th ASEAN Leaderspeak Series: The ASEAN Woman Leader
The 2013 Gender Development Index revealed a stunning fact: the Philippines scoring the highest in the ASEAN region. Furthermore, several ASEAN women leaders starred in the recently released Forbes’ Asia Power Businesswomen 2015, with three Filipina entrepreneursDETAILS
Wanita BN pledges full support for Najib's leadership
Wanita Barisan Nasional (BN) today pledged its full support for the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, who is also BN chairman.
"As a party machinery which has always been close to the people, we know that the majority of the people at the grass roots are still supporting Najib.
"Hence, we are bringing the voice of the people and will continue to...DETAILS
Indonesia pushes for more women in power
More than 80,000 women will be running for office in this year's presidential election in Indonesia, encouraged to be part of the country's plan to have more women in power. Organisers have been stunned by the turnout to these workshops, with some women travelling for hours just to attend.DETAILS