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Papuan Voices II: Sekolah Papua yang Dibangun di Indonesia

by yerry last modified January 22, 2015

Satu masalah penting di Papua adalah pendidikan. Bukan hanya soalan akses dan hak namun merambat hingga perspektif dan praktek harian pendidikan di Tanah Papua.

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Papuan Voices II: Suku Karon dan Persoalan Kesehatan di Papua

by Dhyta Caturani last modified January 21, 2015

Salah satu problem terbesar di Papua adalah akses atas layanan kesehatan yang nyaris tidak ada, terutama bagi masyarakat yang tinggal di daerah-daerah pedalaman.

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Papuan Voices II: The Inspirational Dr. Mia

by yerry last modified January 21, 2015

A look at Dr Mia, one of the many inspiring characters featured in Papuan Voices II, our latest collection of advocacy videos on West Papua.

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Papuan Voices II: Mama Mariode

by Dhyta Caturani last modified January 19, 2015

“Kita harus berpikir ke depan untuk kamu dan anak cucu kamu. Besok cari makan dimana? Berkebun dimana? Mencari kayu untuk bangun rumah dimana? Sebagai orang tua, kami berpikir untuk masa depanmu. Itu sebabnya, mama dan bapak melindungi hutan kita yang tersisa ini.”

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The Unsung Orang Asli Heroes in Malaysia's Flood Relief

by EM News last modified January 19, 2015

The unprecedented onslaught of rain brought widespread devastation, catching everyone off guard. Not forsaken were the Orang Asli who, already making up for disproportionately high incidences of hardcore poverty in Malaysia, were severely effected as flood water ravaged their subsistence farm plots and cash crops.

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Editorial and Outreach Assistant (Indonesia)

by EM News last modified January 15, 2015

We are looking for a strong, dynamic and creative individual to support EngageMedia's video outreach, engagement, and impact.

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Internet access and censorship are the biggest challenges in Southeast Asia: Mong Palatino, Global Voices

by EM News last modified January 08, 2015

Mong Palatino, one of the advisors for RightsCon 2015, is the Philippines’ first blogger-turned-legislator and the youngest elected representative in the legislative body. He is currently the regional editor for Southeast Asia at Global Voices Online. RightsCon is the premier summit series bringing together civil society, engineers, activists, lawyers, companies, and governments on the subject of the Internet and human rights. RightsCon happens for the first time in Southeast Asia in Manila, The Philippines, from March 24-25, 2015.

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My Week at the Gender and Technology Pop-up Institute

by Dhyta Caturani last modified January 05, 2015

In early October, the Tactical Technology Collective announced its Gender and Technology Pop-up Institute and invited women and transgender activists to apply. More than 350 applications were received from all over the world. By end of the same month, it was announced that around 60 people were selected to be participants, and I was one of the lucky bunch!

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Crossroads Screening and Women Migrant Workers Discussion with OBR Indonesia

by Dhyta Caturani last modified January 05, 2015

In commemoration of International Migrants Day that falls on December 18 every year, EngageMedia collaborated with One Billion Rising (OBR) Indonesia to screen films on the issues faced by women migrant workers on December 20, 2014.

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Human Rights Day 2014: Screening Silence in Yogyakarta

by EM News last modified December 17, 2014

To mark Human Rights Day 2014, we collaborated with local partners to screen Oppenheimer's 'The Look of Silence' in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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19 Days of Freedom

(Federation Square, Corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000, from December 01, 2014 to December 19, 2014)

Ironic Survival from our Papuan Voices collection is showing at this public screening event in Melbourne!

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Perayaan Hari Migran Internasional 2014 (International Migrants Day 2014 Screening)

(from December 14, 2014 to December 14, 2014)

We partner with Tenaganita to screen Crossroads videos on International Migrants Day (14 Dec) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Myanmar’s Proposed Race and Religion Laws are Discriminatory and Should be Scrapped

Myanmar’s Proposed Race and Religion Laws are Discriminatory and Should be Scrapped

by EM News last modified December 08, 2014

Southeast Asian lawmakers today called on Myanmar to scrap a package of discriminatory laws to be submitted for review by the parliament, saying they violate international human rights laws and threaten to destabilize the county in its transition to democracy.

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