Post a Comment. Friday, February 02, What's Pantau? Pantau is a network of journalists, artists and photographers. Legally it is a non-profit foundation based in Jakarta.

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Post a Comment. Friday, February 02, What's Pantau? Pantau is a network of journalists, artists and photographers. Legally it is a non-profit foundation based in Jakarta.

Its mission is to elevate the standards of Malay-language journalism. Pantau has three core activities: 1 Journalist trainings; 2 Media development programs; 3 Feature syndication. The Aceh office runs the feature services. The Ende office runs the media development programs. Jakarta coordinates the three offices as well as the training programs. He is currently writing a book on the intersection between media and nationalism in Indonesia: From Sabang to Merauke: Debunking the Myth of Indonesian Nationalism.

Agus Sopian is a managing editor of the Jurnal Nasional daily in Jakarta. Budi Setiyono is a writer in Jakarta. Linda Christanty is an award-winning writer who heads the Pantau Aceh.

Esti Wahyuni works closely with the Flores Pos daily. Pantau also has two advisors. Masli is also the head of the Strategy advertising company in Jakarta.

The journalists who are involved in this network are members of the mailing list pantau-kontributor yahoogroups. They used to be writers, artists and photographers for the now defunct Pantau magazine.

The foundation also runs the website www. Among younger journalists in Indonesia, Pantau is known as a pioneer of jurnalisme sastrawi literary journalism.

In average, it organizes around 20 training and workshops annually over the last two years. Pantau also conducts a course on narrative reporting every semester since In Jakarta, Pantau focuses its work on journalist training and writing courses. It regulary conducts a workshop on literary journalism headed by Janet Steele of George Washington University.

Steele speaks Indonesian fluently and writes the book Wars Within on a Jakarta magazine. Every semester since , Steele comes to Jakarta and heads this two-week course. A four-month writing course is also being held in Jakarta with Setiyono and Harsono. In Ende, Pantau is working with Swisscontact to help the Flores Pos daily in its editorial, design, advertising and circulation matters.

It is also aimed to elevate the standards of journalism in Flores and western Timor. Labels: English. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home.


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Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Before joining Human Rights Watch, he helped found the Jakarta-based Institute for the Studies on Free Flow of Information in , and in he helped create the Pantau Foundation, a journalist training organization also based in Jakarta. Harsono began his career as a reporter for the Bangkok-based Nation and the Kuala Lumpur-based Star newspapers, and he edited Pantau, a monthly magazine on media and journalism in Jakarta. Human Rights Watch defends the rights of people in 90 countries worldwide, spotlighting abuses and bringing perpetrators to justice. Donate Now. Articles Authored.

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One million Muslims detained. Mass surveillance. Political indoctrination. Separation of children. If human rights violations of this scope and scale were taking place in Europe or the United States, one would expect Muslim-majority countries, including Indonesia, to have erupted in protest. But so far, there has been little to no response. Because these abuses are taking place in China.


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