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Free Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo: Investigative Journalists in Asia Endorse Call to Free Jailed Reporters

Journalists at the Third Asian Investigative Journalism Conference today strongly endorsed a call for governments worldwide to free imprisoned journalists. In particular, they urged the government of Myanmar and its civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to immediately and unconditionally release two Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo. Continue Reading →

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#MeToo: Reporting on the Movement One Year Later

It was a portentous day for a journalism panel on the #MeToo movement. One year ago today, The New York Times published their investigation about Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s widespread sexual abuse, which set in motion a charged conversation about sexual harassment and abuse around the world.  Continue Reading →

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How to Track Chinese Businesses in Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia: Tips and Tools from Top Investigative Reporters

The full house packed into the panel “Tracking Chinese Business” at the Uncovering Asia conference said it all. As Chinese investments reach the furthest corners of the globe, journalists around the world are taking serious notice. Continue Reading →

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This is Not Just a Story Anymore: When Journalists Break the Objectivity Rule

In a panel on war crimes and historical trauma at the Uncovering Asia conference, three reporters spoke about crossing the objectivity line. As two-time Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and reporter for the Associated Press Mendoza told the audience: “This is not just a story for me anymore.” Continue Reading →

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