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2008 Fellowship: Covering Burma

The Saffron Revolution in Burma in September 2007 and the following political and humanitarian crisis in Burma underscored two things… Read More

2007 Fellowship: Human Rights versus a culture of impunity in Southeast Asia

In 2007, Cambodia will underscore the importance of the need for justice, of the imperative to confront human rights violations,… Read More

2006 Fellowship: Religion a Force for Change in Southeast Asia

With more than 500 million people inhabiting tens of thousands of islands and speaking hundreds of native languages, ethnic and… Read More

2005 Fellowship: Covering Disasters in Southeast Asia

The 2005 Journalism Fellowship theme takes off from the devastating tsunami that started 2005 off on a somber note, but… Read More

2004 Fellowship: Towards an information society in Southeast Asia

The reach and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the region’s different countries are uneven. All the same,… Read More

2003 Fellowship: Covering the Region in Rising Conflicts

While the end of Cold War brought peace to Cambodia and turned fragmented Southeast Asia into one organization under one… Read More

2002 Fellowship: ASEAN media and the region in transition

Journalists in the region, except those covering ASEAN meetings, are not well aware of the regional group’s history and impact… Read More