Journalism

Perjalanan panjang Komunitas LGBT untuk diterima di Timor-Leste

Parade kebanggaan yang pertama di Timor-Leste tahun lalu yang digambarkan dalam judul berita internasional sebagai kemenangan besar untuk kesetaraan LGBT, tetapi para pendukung dan aktivis mengatakan jalan yang akan dilalui masih panjang untuk mengubah pola pikir.
  • Sophie Raynor
  • Teguh Harahap
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Cambodia's Mining Industry

A spate of deaths in Kratie province has drawn attention to Cambodia’s problematic mining industry after reports that cyanide, used to flush gold mines, was found in the water.
  • Yesenia Amaro
  • Sengkong Bun
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Timor-Leste’s Forgotten Heroes

16 years ago, Timor-Leste reclaimed its independence after decades of brutal occupation. The world’s attention turned away. But for the women whose contributions to independence go unrecognised, the fight never stopped.
  • Sophie Raynor
journalism

Vietnam’s Fledgling #MeToo Movement

Recent testimonies of sexual assault and harassment have brought discussions surrounding #MeToo to Vietnam, but entrenched bias and mindsets have proven difficult to shift.
  • Lam Le
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Filling the Gap: Gender bias in the media

In Myanmar—and across Southeast Asia more generally—women are generally under-represented as sources in the media. Efforts have sprung up across the region to address this problem, and through it, change the way in which women are perceived.
  • Victoria Milko
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Reporting While Female in Myanmar

People in Myanmar often claim that there’s gender equality, but women who decide to enter journalism tell a different story.
  • Kimberley Phillips
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#FreeWilly: On the detention of Will Nguyen

Will Nguyen was arrested in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam on Sunday (10 June). His current whereabouts are unknown, nor have his family and friends been able to find out about his physical condition.
  • Kirsten Han
journalism

Empowerment Through the Graphic Arts

Artist Fahmi Reza attracted international attention when he was prosecuted for his work portraying the former Malaysian prime minister as a clown. After the 9 May election, but Fahmi's motivations remain the same: "to use graphic arts as a weapon to fight against injustice".
  • Mohd Izzuddin Ramli
journalism

Behind Timor-Leste's Pride

Timor-Leste’s first Pride parade last year was heralded in international headlines as a major win for LGBTQ equality, but advocates and activists say there’s still a long way to go to shift mindsets.
  • Sophie Raynor
journalism

Bagaimana ISIS Mencetak Seorang Bomber Perempuan Pertama di Indonesia

Percakapan saya dengan Dian Yulia Novi, perempuan pertama yang divonis bersalah karena terbukti merencanakan serangan bom di Istana kepresidenan Indonesia. Artikel ini mengulas tentang perjalanan yang ditempuhnya sehingga ia menjadi radikal dan berniat melakukan aksi berujung kekerasan.
  • Febriana Firdaus
journalism

The Making of a Female ISIS Bomber

A conversation with Dian Yulia Novi, the first woman to be convicted for plotting a bomb attack in Indonesia, sheds light on the journey taken towards radicalisation and violence.
  • Febriana Firdaus
journalism

Akan Datang: From female sultans to durians in space

This week in Southeast Asian stories to watch: Who will be the Sultan of Yogyakarta's successor? A minister gets embroiled in a corruption case in Vietnam, while questions continue to swirl over plans to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar.
  • Aisyah Llewellyn
journalism

Disappeared in Malaysia

The families of four individuals who have disappeared in Malaysia are pressing for answers in a public enquiry with few leads.
  • Kate Mayberry
journalism

穆斯林网络军

穆斯林网络军(MCA)是一个通过脸书等社交媒体平台在线运行的庞大网络群体,以捍卫伊斯兰教的名义传播反佐科·維多多的内容。为了解他们的工作方式,新叙述人员潜入到一个MCA小组进行观察。
  • Ainur Rohmah
  • Weiying Wu
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A Long Road To Change

The “tsunami rakyat” that brought Malaysia its first ever change in government was built on long years of hard work by the country’s civil society. There’s no time for them to rest on their laurels, but activists say they’ve already experienced great change on a personal level.
  • Katharine Ee
journalism