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Election allure draws journalists in Kachin

Journalists cover an opposition rally in Myitkyina, Kachin State   Zaw Naing Oo’s first reporting assignment surfaced bitter memories, despite… Read More

SEAPA announces opening of the Annual Journalism Fellowship

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) is now accepting applications to its Annual Journalism Fellowship (SAF) for 2015, with the… Read More

2014 Fellowship: Understanding Impunity in the Philippines

Even though the Philippines can claim to have one of the freest press environments in Southeast Asia, it also the most… Read More

‘My Style is Different’

[This is the sidebar story to Private Armed Militias Worsen Impunity, also by Arpan Rachman] Zamzamin Ampatuan looks like he… Read More

Private Armed Militias Worsen Impunity

“Actually this is one big mistake. One big mistake,” said Zamzamin Ampatuan, gesturing as he sipped coffee in a shop… Read More

Fellowship 2014 gets underway

The six SAF 2014 fellows—one Malaysian, two Indonesians, and three Burmese–are currently doing their fieldwork in the Philippines to work… Read More

Karen News looks to the future back in Burma

Ethnic Karen news outlet Karen Information Center (KIC) held a strategic planning workshop last month, aiming to take the organization… Read More

Six journalists selected for 2014 fellowship

SEAPA is pleased to announce the names of six journalists from Burma, Indonesia and Malaysia who were selected to join… Read More

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