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The Philippine "War Against Drugs" lead by president Rodrigo Duterte since 2016 has led to the deaths of over 12,000 Filipinos till March 2018. Human rights organisations claim that the Philippine police have systematically targeted mostly poor and defenceless people across the country while planting “evidence”, recruiting paid killers and fabricating official incident reports.
Hathairat Phaholtap is a TV journalist and a documentary film maker from Thailand who is promoting and defending human rights by presenting the truth to people.
To celebrate the International Women's Day 2018, EngageMedia is presenting three documentaries from Southeast Asia tackling issues that many women are facing in this region especially focusing on gender parity.
Cha Roque is a literary writer, filmmaker, and LGBT advocate from the Philippines.
Members of the Video4Change (V4C) Network share what the Network is about, where they find common ground, and what are its future plans.
Netting Jaruwan Supolrai, a filmmaker from Northeastern Thailand, set off on a journey to visit friends across the Mekong region and found out that humanity is borderless.
How tools and apps help to complement traditional methods of advocacy.
Apakah penggunaan Whatsapp adalah langkah aman bagi wartawan untuk memberikan pertanyaan tambahan pada seorang narasumber? Adakah aplikasi alternatif lain yang lebih aman? Apakah bekerja dengan resiko membahayakan bisa dikatakan normal bagi para wartawan? Amankah jika para wartawan dibiarkan berbagi komputer di kantor redaksi mereka? Pertanyaan-pertanyaan ini muncul dalam dua periode wawancara dengan sejumlah wartawan di Indonesia sebagai bagian dari riset oleh EngageMedia mengenai keamanan digital wartawan.
Do you think it’s safe for journalists to use Whatsapp to ask additional questions to a source? Are there safer alternatives to using such apps? Can working dangerously be considered normal for journalists? Should journalists be allowed to share computers in editorial offices? These are some of the questions which came up during two rounds of interviews with Indonesian journalists as part of EngageMedia’s research on the digital safety of journalists.