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Is there a Bright Future for Myanmar?

After spending 15 years under house-arrest, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, now 70, and her party the National League for Democracy, have won more than 75 percent of the seats in parliament. “It’s not finished yet”, she was quoted as saying in a recent interview, making it clear that this was not the end, but the beginning.

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The Floating Kalabia

The Kalabia Marine Education Vessel is a floating alternative school that sails to every island in Raja Ampat, West Papua, and invites children to stay three days on it to learn about environmental conservation.

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5 Days to Historic Myanmar Election

The final heated days of campaigning is underway for Myanmar’s general elections on 8 November, the country’s first since 50 years of military rule. The big question on everyones mind: Who will be the next president of Myanmar?

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Road to Democracy: Videos from Myanmar’s Election Struggle

The ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) has started rolling out strategies for their campaign in the coming Myanmar elections on 8 November. The opposition National League for Democracy (NLD) confirmed that it will contest even if a constitutional measure barring Aung San Suu Kyi from running for president is not amended. In this blogpost, we highlight some videos on the ongoing political struggle.

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Papuan Voices at the Universitas Indonesia Film Festival

Some photos from the Papuan Voices II screening at the UI Film Festival, held at Kampus Indonesia University, Depok, Jakarta from 14-18 September 2015. The new event is presented by the University’s Cinematography Club to showcase young and talented Indonesian filmmakers.

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The 1965 Tragedy: Video Hegemony

The killing of six generals and one middle-ranking officer of the Indonesian Army on October 1st, 1965 was the pretext of the 1965 Tragedy. The military coup coincided with massive propaganda, where facts and data were blacked out.

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