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In this short piece of personal literature, Reina Cristine Kudo takes us through the various seasons of her life as she unlearns the internalised racist shaming she experiences as a mixed-race Japanese Filipino individual in Japan.

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Merengkuh Keberagaman: Sebuah Jalan menuju Demokrasi, Keadilan Gender, dan Feminisme Dekolonial Asia Tenggara

Artikel penjelasan ini merangkum temuan-temuan yang sebelumnya ditelusuri dalam rangkaian publikasi kami terkait keadilan gender dan demokrasi di Asia Tenggara. Bercermin dari perjalanan riset, kami menyelami konsep dan praktik-praktik “belajar dari para penentang lain”, sebuah istilah yang dekat dengan feminisme dekolonial — suatu semangat yang mendasari keseluruhan riset kami.

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On the State of Digital Authoritarianism in Indonesia and its Contradictions

New Naratif’s Citizen’s Agenda Survey invited more than 1,400 people from all over Indonesia to voice their aspirations. “Digital Rights and Freedom of Expression” consistently ranked in the top five. What are the challenges and opportunities for Indonesians to fight for their digital rights, and why is this such a crucial issue?

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Engendering Media: Series 4, Publication 4 – Reconciling activism and newsmaking in Thailand, Vietnam, and Timor-Leste.

Given the increasingly hostile climate for media workers in Southeast Asia, New Naratif’s Media Freedom Insights publications set out to better understand their lived experiences. This report focuses on the experiences of twelve newsmakers of marginalised genders and sexualities from Indonesia and the Philippines, aiming not just to understand how the state, violence, and capital…

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Democracy Unbound: Free Speech in Indonesia’s New Era

This episode was recorded in front of an online live audience as part of our Media Freedom Network Legal Briefing activity. In this episode with Fatia Muliyadiyanti and Haris Azhar we discuss their court victory following their criminalisation over a video discussing the involvement of Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar…

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City of Gold – A Short Film

This short film follows Alex as she navigates grief and uncovers the circumstances around the loss of a loved one. Mysterious and profoundly personal, City of Gold by Singaporean filmmaker Eze is a solemn and deeply intimate look at the promises and perils of the migrant Singapore Dream.

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/ba.ca/ with New Naratif: Finding Home Event Recap

Last year, New Naratif joined forces with Better Engagement Between East and Southeast Asia (BEBESEA) and invited members of communities in or from Southeast and East Asia to pitch their ideas for original creative works telling stories of migration across these regions. After reviewing close to 50 applications, we selected 7 compelling stories and developed…

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