Posted inStory / Cambodia

Pulitzer Center Grantee Discusses Award-Winning Film ‘Cambodia Burning’ at Environmental Film Festival

The documentary—which has been recognized by the Earth Photo Awards, the British Photography Awards, the Drone Photo Awards, and the Social Impact Media Awards—uses a combination of drone footage and poetry to explore the rapid deforestation in Cambodia, as well as its impact on the Cambodian people. Estimates say only 3 percent of primary forest remains in the country.

Posted inStory / Myanmar

Myanmar’s women are on the front lines against the Junta –

The military has also traditionally drawn moral legitimacy from its support of Buddhism, the nation’s dominating—and deeply patriarchal—religion. Buddhism in Myanmar espouses the concept of hpon, a form of spiritual energy that men are said to have more of, making them superior to women, and considers female nuns lower-statThe military has also traditionally drawn moral legitimacy from its support of Buddhism, the nation’s dominating—and deeply patriarchal—religion.