The Reporting ASEAN program has a new media skills-building program around reporting fellowships and training with the aim of understanding ASEAN integration and issues better, for stronger storytelling from the perspective of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam, also known as the CLMV countries. Watch out for our stories.
From Burma’s prisons to the 1988 uprising and to the border towns and communities of displaced ethnic groups, ‘The Cell, Exile and the New Burma’ revisits many of the stops in this Southeast Asian country’s more recent history. What does Burma’s past tell us about the future?
NOW AVAILABLE. Get your copy of ‘Scope’, the magazine that features stories – from child sexual abuse to crusading women journalists to the travails of a the Philippines’ reproductive health law – from the participants of the Southeast Asian Press Alliance’s 2017 fellowship program.
The Reporting ASEAN program is collaborating with the Southeast Asian Press Alliance by publishing the articles produced by its fellows in its Regional Reporting Fellowship program for 2017, the focus of which is on gender and access to information in the ASEAN region.
The Reporting ASEAN 2017 Media Forum kicks off with the first Talk Show – ASEAN@50: Maturity or Mid-Life Crisis? Join us in Bangkok on the 17th and 18th of February as we discuss how to tell the ASEAN story.
The year 2017 will be a red-letter one for the Philippines and its international standing. The country will be ASEAN chair, under a new government, during no less than the 50th year anniversary of the regional organization. Are the Philippine media ready to cover these?
Big things are happening in the #ASEAN neighbourhood! The Reporting ASEAN fellowship program is inviting mid-career journalists from ASEAN countries to submit fresh, in-depth, and ideas for stories investigating issues around ASEAN regionalism.
Pitch us a story idea we can’t resist, and we’ll support it. Deadline for applications: 31 October 2016. For application details, read more.
‘ASEAN’ is often seen as being a faceless organisation far removed from people’s daily lives, one that is mostly about states instead of people – and a boring subject for media. How can media redefine what makes for ‘ASEAN news’ and tell stories that look into the benefits and costs of ASEAN integration? Come listen to Johanna Son at Bangkok University on May 18 as she shares her experiences on reporting news in the ASEAN region.
Don’t miss it! The Southeast Asian Photography Masterclass Scholarship is calling for applications. A free photography masterclass workshop for 12 photographers between the ages of 20 to 35 native to Southeast Asia, the project will culminate in a final workshop at OBSCURA Festival 2017 and the launch of the works in a photobook. Successful applicants will have all their tuition fees and accommodation sponsored. Deadline for applications is 15 May 2016.
BANGKOK (IPS Asia-Pacific) – Just about everyone talks about the ‘ASEAN Community’, but how can media report better on what this means to South-east Asia’s 500 million people?
Making Development A Story within ASEAN SINGAPORE – How to create space in South-east Asian media for reporting on social and development issues in the context of Association of South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN) regionalism was the focus of an experts’ meeting organised in early November by IPS Asia-Pacific, with the ASEAN Studies Centre as co-organiser. […]