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Amnesty On Campus: Human rights and Southeast Asia

6pm - 8 pm, Wednesday, March 18
Pat Hanan Room, Arts 2, University of Auckland

CANCELLED AS A PUBLIC HEALTH PRECAUTION

AMNESTY ON CAMPUS UoA: HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOUTHEAST ASIA
Speakers:
Media freedom and Southeast Human Rights: Focus on the Philippines - Professor David Robie, director, Pacific Media Centre
West Papua - Author Maire Leadbeater
Violations against the Rohingya - Kyaw

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Melanesian Media Freedom Forum 2019

MELANESIAN MEDIA FREEDOM FORUM 2019 - November 11-13
The Melanesian Media Freedom Forum was developed to respond to increasing media repression in Melanesia and to future-proof press freedom, though trans-national regional co-operation and knowledge-sharing among Melanesian journalists, editors, publishers, press-freedom advocates and journalism scholars.

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Pacific Media Watch article
23 May

WEST PAPUA: Sing the pandemic away – Papuan rapper, police chief join in virus fight

JAYAPURA (The Jakarta Post/Asia Pacific Report/Pacific Media Centre): In a bid to advise people to follow health instructions to contain the spread of the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic in the West Papua region capital of Jayapura, Papuan rapper Epo D’fenomeno has collaborated with Jayapura police chief Adjunct Senior Commissioner Gustav R. Urbinas.

To avoid making his song sound just like another PSA song or jingle, Epo said he wrapped the song in a love theme so that youngsters could relate to it.

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17 Feb

Pacific Media Centre Annual Review 2019

The Pacific Media Centre (PMC) had another busy and productive year publishing, researching and providing advocacy on several Asia-Pacific issues.