Report on religion in Southeast Asia.
Report on religion in Thailand.
Independent, public, nonprofit organization with funding from the U.S. government and other sources. Promotes improved interpersonal and international relations and understanding among the United States, Asia and the Pacific through cooperative research, study and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress.
Nonprofit, non-governmental organization campaigning for press freedom in Southeast Asia. Connects the region’s independent journalists and media organizations for advocacy and mutual protection.
Broadcast and other media professionals, scholars and stakeholders meet in Asia and exchange perspectives on broadcasting and information. All media professionals welcome. Website includes photos from previous summits.
Regional inter-governmental organization working in electronic media development with countries of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP). Focuses on topics including globalization, cultural diversity, technology, public service broadcasting, peace journalism and conflict resolution, women’s and gender issues and HIV/AIDS. Hosted by the Government of Malaysia. Members in the Middle East, Asia […]
Independent nonprofit promoting informed and ethical reporting, increased roles for women and diverse populations in the media and improved understanding between peoples of the Asia Pacific region. Conducts professional development programs with media practitioners in Asia and the Pacific. Based in Melbourne.
International nonprofit dedicated to quality education, independent media and strong communities. Programming includes conflict resolution, technology, gender and youth. Field offices in 17 countries and partners in more than 100 countries. IREX Projects and Regions pages show how IREX has been involved with individual countries.