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The Jakarta Post has won the 2020 Public Service Journalism Award from the Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) for the #NamaBaikKampus (#CampusReputation) collaboration.
The project, initiated in 2019 by the Post, Tirto.id, VICE Indonesia and BBC Indonesia, revealed sexual abuse allegations in higher educational institutions throughout Indonesia, based on the testimonies of 174 survivors from 79 state, private and religious universities. BBC Indonesia later withdrew from the project.
Six Post journalists were awarded for their contribution to the project: Evi Mariani, Gemma Holliani Cahya, Apriadi Gunawan, Bambang Muryanto, Jon Aprizal and Nedi Putra.
The prize acknowledges outstanding journalistic work in the Asia-Pacific region with an excellent contribution to public service.
Read the full article here.
Video by JP/Apriza Pinandita
Photo courtesy of the Society of Publishers in Asia