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Philippines: We Remember – Martial Law at 50 

It is the young people’s responsibility to hold, and pass on, the memories around martial law in the Philippines. a university student writes. The declaration of martial law, whose 50th anniversary was on 21 September 2022, was among the instruments of dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos, whose son and namesake is now the country’s president.

Southeast Asia Puts Local Flavor in News Literacy Efforts

The number of initiatives to push news and media literacy, as well as to counter fake news and disinformation, are growing fast. ASEAN countries are putting their own local flavor into a menu of approaches to ‘treat’ this ‘illness’ in today’s digital spaces, explains Uyen Diep of Vietnam’s Thanh Nien News.

Thinking ASEAN, Studying ASEAN

Courses and degrees in Southeast Asian studies have been around for a long time, but the emergence of the ASEAN Community has also led to the growing number of specialisation courses focusing on ASEAN in the region and beyond, reports Candida Ng in this Reporting ASEAN story for ASEAN Day.

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