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Environmental activist and write Longgena Ginting challenges eucalyptus plantation.
Environmental activist and writer Chris Lang questions the UN body's role in greenwashing.
Solidarity Festival (SOLFEST) is a campaign about social and political struggle in Indonesia. It was initiated and maintained independently by collectives and individuals. SOLFest team work independent and not working with or for government and other state institutions. We are horizontal and not centralized based. Through SOLFest, we encourage social change by campaigning on social issues, active solidarity and actions from the public.
WEST PAPUA FILM AND INFORMATION NIGHT AN INSPIRING STORY SINCE RETURNING FROM PAPUA NEW GUINEA DATE : 21st AUGUST 2010 TIME : 6.30 PM WHERE : ST. HILLARY'S ANGLICAN CHURCH 12. JOHN STREET, KEW MELBOURNE 3101
South East Asia Press Alliance ALERT on 16 August 2010
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Merauke Regency, Papua province, Indonesia: The Merauke Police, journalists and NGOs are all busy with the recent suspicious death of a journalist. Police deny it was a murder, and have also denied it had something to do with the current provincial election, but others are not so sure.
A one-day training of Indonesian video activists from environmental groups and independent video producers on developing distribution strategies for online, offline and hybrid methods.
A Ford Foundation Indonesia Partner Meeting
From July 22-25 Combine Resource Institution held Jagongang Media Rakyat 2010 (The People's Media Festival) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The festival brought together dozens of progressive media organisations, primarily from Java, to present and discuss people orientated approaches to media production and distribution.
Merauke Regency, Papua province, Indonesia: SMS threats escalated into suspicious death for a Merauke (West Papua) journalist.
The Singapore government's pattern of repressing free expression continues with the recent arrest of a British journalist for writing a book critical of the city-state's death penalty, and the ban of a film about ex-political prisoners by a Singaporean filmmaker, report the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Amnesty International.
EnageMedia's Southeast Asia Editor hopped around from Camp Sambel in Indonesia to ICA 2010 in Singapore.
FAO and the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture launches the campaign against hunger.