Check out our new article about Sri Lanka's post-war self censorship, which has become a common practice in the country and is now threatening the media environment.
The Asia-Pacific Media Update for the first half of 2014, monitoring press freedom developments in the region, is coming up. Here's a preview of what to expect.
Is Nepal's contempt of court bill restricting its domestic media? Find out in our latest article on the Asia-Pacific Media Update.
Read our latest article on the Asia-Pacific Media Update about India's PM, Narendra Modi, and his use of social media to connect with the masses.
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KAS E-lection Bridge Africa 2014
Torben Stephan, Director of the Media Programme Asia, took part in the 2014 KAS E-lection Bridge Africa event that brought together leading campaign experts from Subsahara-Africa and Europe. Focus of the conference: campaign strategy, working with media and inner party democracy.
Check out the latest feature on our new press freedom website, the Asia-Pacific Media Update. One of our ACFJ alumni, Vanitha Nadaraj, reports on the impact of social media on Malaysian politics and the recent lawsuit against an online news site.
Avigail Olarte, graduate from the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism, has published a piece for our new website on press freedom in Asia-Pacific. She writes about Philippines' pork barrel scandal and demands for better transparency laws.
Qurat ul ain Siddiqui, Deputy Editor and Asia News Network (ANN) coordinator from Pakistan's leading newspaper The Dawn, spent two weeks at Germany's biggest news wire service, Deutsche Presse Agentur (dpa).
Two video stories by Rajneesh Bhandari, multimedia journalist and graduate of the Konrad Adenauer Center for Asian Journalism (ACFJ), have been featured on the New York Times website.
Read all about the Asian newspaper market in our latest report.