The following are some reflections of mine after attending a discussion session titled, ‘Secure the News: A Dialogue on How to Protect the Future of Journalism’ at RightsCon 2016.
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EngageMedia recently travelled to Flores, an island in eastern Indonesia, to document participatory video workshops conducted by the Kelola Foundation.
The dialogue on the Right To Be Forgotten (RTBF) at the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) 2016 in Taiwan included the perspectives of different stakeholders considering the impacts on access to information, the shifting of decision-making to technology companies, and the right of an individual to privacy and security.
Privacy rights are shunned every day all over the world. This, in turn, creates cultural and academic questions about why this is happening, which the younger generation will especially need to be confronted by.
Journalists should also protect their own personal information as much as they can. Where they live, in which part of the city they are working and so on. Another important issue is protecting their identity on social media.
Videos from EngageMedia have been featured on the newly launched online media channel of Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission.
Yayasan Teratai Hati Papua (YTHP) is working along with EngageMedia to conduct a series of screenings of Papua Voices II videos in several villages and districts in Wamena, West Papua.
Yayasan Teratai Hati Papua (YTHP) bekerjasama dengan Engage Media melaksanakan kegiatan Pemutaran Film Papua Voices II di Wamena Kabupaten Jayawijaya Papua. Kegiatan ini sebagai lanjutan dari kerjasama untuk produksi Papuan Voices II yang dilaksanakan pada tahun 2013-2014.
Sekilas tentang Dokter Mia, salah satu karakter yang menginspirasi yang ditampilkan dalam koleksi video Papuan Voices II, koleksi video-video dari Papua.