For indigenous peoples in Southeast Asia, COVID-19 presents unique challenges that highlight both the strength of their communities and the added risks they face.
Representatives of all 10 ASEAN nations convened virtually this week for a special COVID-19 summit. Here’s how the region’s media covered the story.
Governments must respond to COVID-19 by strengthening social protections and international cooperation, according to a new report by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
A look at how the region’s media covered the fallout following last week’s South China Sea incident that saw a Chinese and Vietnamese vessel collide.
As COVID-19 will drive up poverty rates in ASEAN, affecting some countries more than others, experts are worried it could undo years of hard work.
Although the government touts its protections for workers, intimidation and a lack of strong unionisation continues to hold them back.
A look at how the media responded to one of the biggest stories of the week.
WHO urges more aggressive measures against COVID-19: A look at how the media responded to the biggest story of the week.
The Filipino fintech scene is poised for strong growth in 2020.
Duterte’s decision to scrap the VFA: A look at how the media responded to the biggest story of the week.