First developed by women to report on rural villages in India, Khabar Lahariya is now a national phenomenon.This is how community stories from tiny villages make it to the mainstream press.
How the Sarawak Report broke Malaysia’s 1MDB scandal.With no money and no fear, even the scrappiest online operation can bring down a sitting prime minister.
An exiled group of ethnic Rohingya is reporting on the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh.The digital news outlet R Vision is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, where some 100,000 Rohingya refugees have fled.
How 101 Reporters takes the hassle out of pitching and commissioning stories across India.The online platform connects freelance reporters with media organizations — and ensures freelancers who deliver on time get paid.
Backed by crowdfunding, the Waseda Chronicle represents one of the best new hopes for investigative reporting in Japan.Ranked 72nd in press freedom, Japan doesn't do enough investigative journalism. That's why the Chronicle matters.
A project on Medium to chronicle Indonesia’s anti-communist purges is now a moving digital scrapbook.Hundreds of writers are volunteering their time to contribute to Ingat 65, a journalist-led project to ensure the 1960s massacres are never forgotten.
As mistrust grows amid the Rohingya crisis, Myanmar tightens restrictions on foreign media.It's getting tougher on the ground. This is Victoria Milko's story.
Half of all opinion pieces published in Australia contravene industry codes on racism. And News Corp is the worst offender.Racist reporting is a “weekly phenomenon” in Australia’s mainstream media, according to researchers.
Fact-checking collaborations are going after fake news “microbubbles” in Japan.Spurred on by a snap election and global worries over fake news, Japanese journalists are working across newsrooms to verify information online.
How to stay safe when covering disaster or unrestVeteran journalists from Nepal share tips from reporting on the country's devastating 2015 earthquake and Maoist insurgency.
Reporting on the Rohingya crisis? Here’s what you need to know.For journalists thinking about covering the largest refugee crisis in Asia for decades, there is a lot to consider before embarking on the story.
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