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Podcast: The Photography of Massoud Hossaini

Podcast: The Photography of Massoud Hossaini

Born in Afghanistan but raised in Iran, photographer Massoud Hossaini brings the critical eye of an outsider and the love of a native son to his photography. The Pulitzer Prize–winner says he found behind the lens both a passion for beauty and a commitment to human rights.

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A Data-Driven Peace Dividend for the Bangsamoro

A Data-Driven Peace Dividend for the Bangsamoro

It’s been four years since the terrorist siege of Marawi. It’s been just two years since the president’s pen ratified the creation of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. Now, some young data enthusiasts have offered a tantalizing glimpse of a brighter future in the southern Philippines.

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Pandemic Dramatically Alters Path of Migrant Workers

Pandemic Dramatically Alters Path of Migrant Workers

As the pandemic drove economies into crisis in 2020, Asia’s overseas migrant workers were among the first to lose their jobs. With up to half a million unemployed migrants coming home, Nepal faces some tough reintegration challenges.

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Women: Frontline Responders in the Pacific Islands

Women: Frontline Responders in the Pacific Islands

In the vast Pacific Islands region, climate change is compounding the disruptions of Covid-19. Since 2016, the Shifting the Power Coalition has drawn on the leadership of diverse women’s organizations to meet challenges like these. Now they’ll be getting extra support from The Asia Foundation.

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Podcast: The Photography of Massoud Hossaini

Podcast: The Photography of Massoud Hossaini

Born in Afghanistan but raised in Iran, photographer Massoud Hossaini brings the critical eye of an outsider and the love of a native son to his photography. The Pulitzer Prize–winner says he found behind the lens both a passion for beauty and a commitment to human rights.

read more
A Data-Driven Peace Dividend for the Bangsamoro

A Data-Driven Peace Dividend for the Bangsamoro

It’s been four years since the terrorist siege of Marawi. It’s been just two years since the president’s pen ratified the creation of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. Now, some young data enthusiasts have offered a tantalizing glimpse of a brighter future in the southern Philippines.

read more
Pandemic Dramatically Alters Path of Migrant Workers

Pandemic Dramatically Alters Path of Migrant Workers

As the pandemic drove economies into crisis in 2020, Asia’s overseas migrant workers were among the first to lose their jobs. With up to half a million unemployed migrants coming home, Nepal faces some tough reintegration challenges.

read more
Women: Frontline Responders in the Pacific Islands

Women: Frontline Responders in the Pacific Islands

In the vast Pacific Islands region, climate change is compounding the disruptions of Covid-19. Since 2016, the Shifting the Power Coalition has drawn on the leadership of diverse women’s organizations to meet challenges like these. Now they’ll be getting extra support from The Asia Foundation.

read more