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Center for Southeast Asian Studies pres.

CSEAS Southeast Asia Practice and Scholarship Series. Perspectives on the State of Journalism

Moderator: Allen Hicken, U-M Political Science | Panelists: Orlando de Guzman, Ilaya Films; Arlyn Gajilan, Thompson Reuters; Tyrell Haberkorn, U-W Madison Southeast Asian Studies; Hkun Lat, Myanmar photojournalist

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Contemporary journalists covering the various countries of Southeast Asia face unprecedented challenges in the form of suppression, censorship, incarceration, and violence.

This roundtable discussion presents perspectives from Myanmar, Thailand, and the Philippines.

Panelists: Orlando de Guzman, documentary filmmaker, Ilaya Films; Arlyn Gajilan, correspondent, Thompson Reuters; Tyrell Haberkorn, associate professor, Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Hkun Lat, freelance documentary photographer, Myanmar

Moderator: Allen Hicken, professor, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan

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