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by unweb December 21, 2011
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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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Final Days to Propose a RightsCon Session

Final Days to Propose a RightsCon Session

by Becky Hurwitz last modified December 17, 2014

The deadline to submit session proposals to RightsCon has passed. But if you're still keen on participating, contact us today!

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Participatory Video Workshop in Beautiful Flores

by yerry last modified December 08, 2014

Engagemedia recently traveled to Flores, an island in eastern Indonesia, to document participatory video workshops conducted by Kelola Foundation.

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Deadline Extension: RightsCon Southeast Asia Proposals Due 1 December

Deadline Extension: RightsCon Southeast Asia Proposals Due 1 December

by Becky Hurwitz last modified December 04, 2014

RightsCon proposal deadline extended until 1 December. Be a part of the program and submit your proposal.

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Meet the Amazing Advisors of RightsCon 2015!

Meet the Amazing Advisors of RightsCon 2015!

by Becky Hurwitz last modified November 13, 2014

Introducing the all-star group of advisors for RightsCon Southeast Asia.

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Great Expectations, The International Uranium Film Festival

Great Expectations, The International Uranium Film Festival

by Norbert G. Suchanek last modified October 30, 2014

The International Uranium Film Festival has been held for the second time successful in India. In 2013 the festival visited 10 Indian cities from New Delhi in the North to Chennai in the South and the films reached a huge and cultural diverse audience. Now in 2014 more than 50 atomic films were screened in six cities. This is a short report about it.

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Editorial and Outreach Coordinator (Myanmar)

by EM News last modified October 15, 2014

We are looking for a strong, dynamic and creative individual to lead EngageMedia's new editorial project to enhance video outreach, engagement, and impact in Myanmar.

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RightsCon Southeast Asia 2015

RightsCon Southeast Asia 2015

by EM News last modified November 06, 2014

We've launched our proposal form for #RightsCon Southeast Asia scheduled for March 24-25 in Manila!

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Why Hong Kong Protestor Are Switching to FireChat ?

Why Hong Kong Protestor Are Switching to FireChat ?

by EM News last modified October 07, 2014

Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators finding it difficult to communicate over congested mobile-phone networks are downloading the application FireChat about 100,000 times a day in an effort to stay connected.

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Anonymous Declares War Against Hong Kong Police

by EM News last modified October 03, 2014

Anonymous hackers have declared cyber war on the police and Hong Kong government over Sunday's tear gas tactics.

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