For the first post from Cinemata Features, film curator Rose Roque talks about the importance of her work as an archivist and why films about the Philippines’ martial law period are even more relevant in a time of disinformation.
In line with the International Day for Countering Hate Speech on June 18, EngageMedia is supporting the Association for Progressive Communications’ campaign to raise awareness on the impact of hate speech and explore solutions to counter it.
EngageMedia and Asia Centre conducted in-depth research identifying how the Computer Crime Act restricts digital rights, including freedom of expression, in Thailand.
EngageMedia’s new report highlights digital safety threats against rights defenders in South and Southeast Asia
During this year’s RightsCon, EngageMedia presented a new research report assessing current digital safety and internet freedom challenges in select Asia-Pacific countries.
New report on religious freedom in Indonesia: Civil society must grow more critical of intolerance online
EngageMedia’s new report scrutinises freedom of religion in digitally-mediated spaces and the roles played by religious institutions, online platforms, and law enforcement in mediating—or amplifying—religious tension.
EngageMedia’s work on digital safety and security, video for change, and the Tech Tales digital rights film collection will be featured at the 11th edition of RightsCon on June 6 to 10.
The Digital Security Localization Fellowship aims to convene a network of localizers to support the development of localized digital security resources in Southeast Asian languages.
Filmmaker Baby Ruth Villarama shares four lessons behind the successful impact campaign of the award-winning documentary ‘Sunday Beauty Queen’, which has sparked conversations and influenced policy improvements for Filipino migrant communities.
In an interview with EngageMedia, the impact producer of ‘Homebound’ shares her experience working on the impact campaign for the animated short documentary that addresses migrant workers’ issues in Asia.