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ArtIQulate #02 - Freedom of Choices has been published!
ArtIQulate, the magazine of the KAS Media Programme Asia, consists of several articles by the scholarship receivers of the Media Programme Asia as well as professional journalists
The first edition of the magazine ArtIQulate is out!
ArtIQulate is a publication that features multimedia articles, stories and essays by fellows of the Media Programme Asia. The online version is available via "learn more".
The Adenauer Media Leaders Academy took place in Bali, Indonesia, this year!
The Adenauer Media Leaders Academy is the yearly networking event for students and alumni of the Adenauer Fellowship. 35 fellows participated in the three day event.
Catalyst or Destabiliser?
The pandemic has left its mark on the global media landscape. But can one really speak of a caesura or has the pandemic only reinforced existing trends?
Von wegen Luxusgut!
Faktengestützte und unabhängige Berichterstattung ist in Zeiten der Covid-19-Pandemie wichtiger denn je. Doch der Blick in die Welt zeigt, dass nicht jede Regierung das so sieht.
The Media Programme Asia’s mission is to strengthen the dialogue between media and politics, to monitor and highlight current media trends in the region through publications and events and to support the training of journalists towards a free, ethical and responsible press.
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Presentation to the Greek translation of the Investigative Journalism Manual (IJM)
With its newest addition, Greek, the IJM is now available in 14 different languages.
Live-Stream zu dem Event "Xi Jinping and China's Role in a Shifting World"
Stefan Aust and Prof. Kishore Mahbubani were both invited for the debate.
'Immersive Media and Online Journalism' Course for Journalists
The KAS Media Programme Asia supported the Pathshala South Asian Media Institute in the set up on the 'Immersive Media and Online Journalism' course for journalists.
The magazine features articles, multimedia articles and essays from fellows and alumni of the Adenauer Fellowship.
The Covid-19 pandemic has left its marks on Asia's media landscapes.
A Storm in a Milk Tea Pot
How Milk Tea became the symbol for a transnational fight for democracy
Marinesoldaten tragen eine ASEAN-Fahne bei einer Parade an der Beach Road im thailändischen Pattaya. Foto: istockphoto / justhavealook
In Asia, the EU is not recognised as a strategic player
Kadmy/Adobe Stock (cover image) & ArtistMef/Creative Market (plastic textures)