journalists

Journalists under attack, marine disaster in Sri Lanka, chasing monkeys, and more

Southasiasphere episode 08: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Jun 09, 2021

The myth of mainstream

On the dangerous trajectory of state institutions and popular media in India.

| Aug 22, 2020

Braving it all

For women in Kashmir, journalism is a life-long struggle.

| Jun 05, 2020

Journalists On Trial

A SAMDEN-Himal initiative to track legal attacks on journalists and media groups in Southasia.

The Southasian Conversation: Women in media

A podcast conversation on how women in media negotiate Southasia's public and professional spaces.

| Aug 01, 2018

Wage board wars

How much should journalists be paid?

Kashmir ka sawaal

Report of the Istanbul media retreat on the question of Kashmir.

| Jan 23, 2006

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