Australia's Judith Neilson Institute has launched a major cross-border initiative for Asian and international media on regional issues. The multiyear effort focuses on reporting collaborations, highlighting great journalism, mapping the news media, and tracking media freedom in Asia. Already underway are in-depth projects on digital crimes and the environment. Among the participants are GIJN members and partners Tempo (Indonesia), Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, Malaysiakini, Centre for Media and Development Initiatives (Vietnam), Waseda Chronicle (Japan), Newstapa (Korea), and Hong Kong University's Journalism & Media Studies Centre.
Source: Judith Nielson Institute
Posted on: November 25, 2020