In cooperation with the Asia-Europe Foundation, we hosted the 7th ASEF Editors' Roundtable as part of the 10th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Milan, Italy. Check out the pictures from the event.
A new blog with text, photo and video stories on current, pressing climate change and environmental problems in Asia is now online! The site will be regularly updated and filled with content.
The Media Programme Asia is looking for a Project Manager (Media). Click here for a detailed job description.
KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific 2014
Photos from the KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific in Seoul, South Korea are now online!
Angela Merkel's campaigner in Seoul
CDU's Head of the Campaign Managers' Committee, Dr. Klaus Schüler, gave a speech during the E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific conference in Seoul and reported on CDU's successful 2013 election campaigning. It is the second time for the chancellor's campaign manager to attend the conference for political communicators.
Aung San Sui Kyi's advisor at E-lection Bridge
Myo Yan Naung Thein, campaign advisor of Myanmar's noble peace price winner Aung San Sui Kyi, spoke at the "KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific" in Seoul and gave insights into the 2015 election campaign.
KAS E-lection Bridge 2014
Frank Priess, KAS Deputy Head for European and International Cooperation, opened up the E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific Conference in Seoul, South Korea with a keynote speech. The three day event invites PR and political communication advisors as well as campaign managers from Germany and Asia-Pacific to a dialogue.
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KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific
We've interviewed Sayasat Nurbek of Kazakhstan's Nur Otan party during the ongoing KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific in Seoul, South Korea.
Asia-Pacific Media Update 14.1 online
The freedom of media in Asia-Pacific either declined or stagnates according to our latest update for the first half of 2014, which covers 33 countries from the region.
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.