At the 2015 Global Investigative Journalism Conference, journalist Munkhmandakh Myagmar felt like a kid in a candy shop. She was there to present Mongolia's efforts to establish a culture of investigative reporting.
Having paved the way for freedom of the press with a new media law passed last year, the south-east Asian nation took a further step with the establishment of a permanent body to ensure ethical standards in the media.
A new broadcasting law in Myanmar has paved the way for communities to set up their own radio stations. DW Akademie is supporting the country through it's rapidly changing media landscape.
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