ASEAN UPn.a.ASEAN UP is a digital platform that broadcasts, publishes and provides resources, information and services to empower businesses and professionals in ASEAN and its member countries.
Human Rights in ASEAN – Online Platform (HRA-OP)Address:
Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
66/2 Pan Road, Silom, Bang Rak,
Bangkok 10500 THAILAND

HRA-OP is a one-stop online platform consolidating advocacy materials and information related to human rights in ASEAN.
Mekong Land Research ForumAddress:

Mekong Land Research Forum is an online site that pulls together research on key themes around land governance in the Mekong Region. The website gathers the writing of country papers on the political economy of land governance in various countries and regionally.
Mizziman.a.Founded in 1998 by three veterans of Myanmar’s 1988 pro-democracy uprising, Mizzima ains to provide high quality news relating to Myanmar, contributing toward freedom of expression and the free flow of information in the public
New MandalaAddress:
The National University of Australia
Canberra ACT 0200,

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It provides anecdote, analysis and new perspectives on mainland Southeast Asia. Since its inception the site has devoted its attention to the politics and societies of this region, and especially Thailand and Myanmar. Increasingly its focus stretches to Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos and
Reporting ASEANAddress:

This website is based on a media program and series that looks into ASEAN regionalism and integration and their impact on the region's constituency
Singapora Storiesn.a.Singapora Stories is an independent collaborative platform focusing on the recovery and sharing of architectural and social histories with the associated cultural memory of buildings, neighbourhoods, settlements, and communities that are no longer extant.
Southeast Asia: Politics, Meaning and Memoryn.a.Southeast Asia: Politics, Meaning and Memory seeks to raise the visibility of Southeast Asia in scholarly circles and among general readers. Its broad scope covers history (memory) and culture (meanings), especially when these topics also elucidate issues of power (politics) at various social levels.
The Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC)n.a.The primary focus of IPAC is conflict in Indonesia. The institute looks at six kinds of conflict: communal, land and resource, electoral, vigilante, extremist and insurgent, understanding that one dispute can take several forms or progress from one form to another.
The Other Malaysian.a.This site was set up by a number of Malaysian scholar-activists and volunteers with the simple aim of providing other sources of information for those who are interested in unearthing aspects of Malaysian history, politics and culture that have thus far been sidelined, marginalised or erased in the official historiography of the post-colonial state.