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Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Australia's leading journalism education advocacy body has marked World Press Freedom Day by condemning attacks on journalism education and research, including...

By RNZ Pacific The deported vice-chancellor of the University of the South Pacific says booming student enrolments are a vote of confidence in the regional...

Jamela Alindogan reports from Manila on the attack on academic freedom. Video: Al Jazeera Teachers and students in the Philippines are angry over the decision...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Politicians, educators and civil society advocates around the region today condemned the "barbaric" and "shameful" detention and deportation of the regional...

By Lorraine Ecarma in Cebu City The University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) will continue to stand against any threats to human rights, chancellor Clement...

ANALYSIS: By Andreas Harsono in Jakarta Kate Walton wanted to cook klepon and she tweeted it – showing a bag of flour, pandan, coconut etc....

ANALYSIS: By Biman Chand Prasad in Suva The recent University of the South Pacific (USP) Council meeting to address governance issues resulting in...

Pacific Media Watch Fiji police today questioned two University of the South Pacific staff over the "solidarity" rallies for the vice-chancellor last week at the...

ANALYSIS: By Albert Schram This article attempts to put the current governance crisis at the Fiji-based University of the South Pacific (USP), one of only...

A video made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pacific Journalism Review in 2014. Video: Sasya Wreksono/PMC Pacific Media Watch Tuwhera, the open access repository and...

By RNZ News Auckland University of Technology has denied bowing to Chinese government pressure to stop one of its rooms being used for an event...

By Devina Halim in Jakarta Amnesty International Indonesia is calling for justice and truth from the government over the Trisakti student shooting tragedy through legal...

By Keith Jackson A letter from the former vice-chancellor of Papua New Guinea's University of Natural Resources and Environment (UNRE) in Rabaul says senior staff...

On his way back home from Port Moresby to Verona in Italy during a stopover in Singapore, Dr Albert Schram wrote a lengthy article...

Livestreaming For years, journalism education and training in the Pacific has relied on donor-funded short courses and expatriate media educators. But in recent times, this has...

By TJ Aumua in Auckland New Zealanders need to catch up with reality about the country's trade partners in the South-East Asia region, says an...

In the absence of the Indonesian state's assurance for freedom of expression, the nation has continuously witnessed repressive acts against academic freedom within university...