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ANALYSIS: By Danilo Arana Arao in Manila Upon assuming the Philippines presidency on 30 June 2022, Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr -- the only son and...

RNZ News Māori, Pasifika, Asian, as well as disabled and bisexual employees, are disproportionately affected by bullying and harassment in workplaces in Aotearoa New Zealand,...

RNZ News Auckland University of Technology has unreservedly apologised to a former academic turned Australian MP for its botched handling of her complaint regarding sexual...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Ahead of national elections in the Philippines next month, the state has stepped up its attacks on Nobel Peave laureate Maria...

National Māori Authority chair Matthew Tukaki has seen plenty of protests and received his fair share of abuse, but what’s been happening in Wellington...

ANALYSIS: By Dominic O'Sullivan, Charles Sturt University The early morning action on Monday to cordon off the occupation of Parliament grounds and prevent it growing...

RNZ News Some residents of the area around New Zealand's Parliament in the capital Wellington are worried about leaving their houses with protesters outside, while...

RNZ Mediawatch There was plenty of condemnation of New Zealand's illegal occupation of Parliament in the media at first -- but this week some media...

RNZ News Many central Wellington shops face a crisis, university buildings have been closed for eight weeks and many report major disruptions from the illegal...

RNZ News Almost 30 community leaders of New Zealand's capital Wellington have banded together to urge an immediate end of the illegal protest activities at...

ANALYSIS: By Jack Heinemann, University of Canterbury Two high-profile University of Auckland academics raised important questions about academic freedom with their complaint to the Employment...

RNZ Pacific Advocacy groups in Indonesia have condemned an attack on the parents of human rights lawyer Veronica Yoman, who speaks out for West Papuan...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Indonesian government has used the covid-19 pandemic as a pretext to crack down on West Papuan street protests and to...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Students of the University of PNG have taken the right step to demand that the authorities address harassment on campus, says...

By Camille Elemia in Manila Human rights lawyers Amal Clooney and Caoilfhionn Gallagher, who lead the international defence legal team, have call on the international...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Journalists are fearful that increased harassment, abuse and violence directed towards them during the covid-19 pandemic could become the new normal,...

ANALYSIS: By Blair Williams, Australian National University It feels like every day brings more harrowing claims of harassment, bullying and abuse of women in Australia's...

Women journalists, feminists, activists, and human rights defenders around the world are facing virtual harassment. In this series, global civil society alliance CIVICUS highlights...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The International Federation of Journalists and the Alliance of Independent Journalists have expressed concern over reports that several local journalists have...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Human rights activist and lawyer Veronica Koman says the Indonesian government has asked her to return scholarship money amounting to 773...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Sixty press freedom groups and civil society organisations, journalism institutions, filmmakers, and other supporters have formed a coalition in support of...

Six in 10 countries now seriously repressing civic freedoms, according to findings in the latest Civicus Monitor, a global research collaboration tracking fundamental freedoms...