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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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Here’s the Wrap: Highlights of #IJAsia18

The completely sold out Uncovering Asia 2018, the third Asian investigative journalism conference, was a four-day blitz of intense exchange of knowledge, networking and building new investigative partnerships. A total of 440 journalists from 48 countries convened in Seoul, Korea from October 4-7 for the largest ever gathering of investigative journalists in the region. Continue Reading →

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Thailand Foreign Correspondents Club Statement on Banning of Myanmar Program

The professional membership of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand is deeply disappointed by the decision of the Thai authorities to shut down a planned discussion about a hard-hitting report by the United Nations Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar released last month. The report recommended prosecution of Myanmar’s military leaders for alleged genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes in ethnic minority areas. Continue Reading →

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