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PHOTOJOURNALISM - ROBERT BOCIAGA

Robert Bociaga Robert Bociaga is a traveling photojournalist specializing in International Affairs, he holds a master's degree in Law.

For over three years, I was based in South East Asia, captivated by the pace of changes going through the region. For a number of high-quality outlets, I have published my photos and texts, illustrating economic and social issues around urbanization, political marginalization, destruction of nature, religion, culture change and poverty.

With the onset of pandemic, I found myself in Myanmar, on which I extensively reported - it took a coup d'etat and my subsequent arrest for documenting pro-democracy protests to get me out of the region.

Undeterred by difficulties, I remain motivated to give voice to people often omitted by media.

Recently published:
Pulitzer Center: Indigenous People's Fight to Restore the Forest in Myanmar's Coal Mining Heart
CNN: Myanmar protesters getting permanent symbols of resistance
Asia Media Center: Myanmar at the crossroads
The Third Pole: China: Salween plans in limbo in post-coup Myanmar
The Diplomat Life in Hiding: Myanmar Civil Disobedience Movement
The Diplomat The Danger of Defending the Defenseless in Myanmar
Deutsche Welle: Myanmar coup: Boat protesters demand restoration of democracy
The Strait Times: Myanmar junta ensures loyalty of military and police
The Diplomat: Myanmar Generals Path to Eternal Peace
The Diplomat: BorneoExit: Independence for East Malaysia?
The Diplomat: The Lost World of the Lords of the Sky
Southeast Asia Globe NLD campaign in the shadow of jade tragedy
The Diplomat: Myanmar: Shattered Hopes for Peace
Nikkei Asian Review From global pandemic to greener world?

Mongabay For the Philippines Mangyans, COVID-19 extends a long history of discrimination
Mongabay Naga tribes of Myanmar face loss of land and forest under new law
Nikkei Asian Review Chinese investment upheavals anger Laos' indigenous tribes
The Diplomat Brunei: Spoiled Subjects of the Sultan
The Diplomat Coronavirus: Black Clouds Over Singapore
The Diplomat Is COVID-19 Eroding Chinese Influence in Southeast Asia?


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