For our latest article, we looked at Fiji's media landscape after the 2014 national elections and report on the country's regulations that are still obstructing domestic media.
Applications for the ACFJ Fellowships for MA Journalism at the Konrad Adenauer Asian Centre for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University, are currently open. Those interested are encouraged to apply through this web-based form. Applications close on the 15th January 2015.
We've put up all photos from this week's First Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in Manila, Philippines. Take a look!
One of the highlights of "Uncovering Asia" was the gathering for a candlelight vigil to mark the UN-designated International Day to End Impunity as well as Philippines' Ampatuan/Maguindanao massacre in 2009, that left 34 journalists killed.
After a special event for our alumni of the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism on Saturday, Asia's first investigative journalism conference has kicked off today. More than 300 journalists and media professionals are attending the event in Manila, Philippines. Find out more on our Facebook page.
Australia's Parliament recently passed new anti-terrorism legislation. Critics say it would restrict press freedom in the country.
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E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific 2014
We've put together a movie with highlights of our last conference - the E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific in Seoul, South Korea. Enjoy!
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.
KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific 2014
Photos from the KAS E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific in Seoul, South Korea are now online!