Lasse Sørensen is a Danish journalist living in Copenhagen. He is the co-founder and editor-in-chief for the Postcolonial. Other than editing and publishing content, he frequently produces journalistic products for the Postcolonial. Lasse mainly focuses on issues in Southeast Asia. He keeps a sharp eye on Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, and Myanmar. His key interests include postcolonial tendencies, human rights issues, and Western business interference in the region. His work has been featured in multiple publications including, Danish daily Politiken, the award-winning University Post, foreign affairs focused Globalnyt, Indonesian feminist publication Magdalene and major Swedish broadcast channel SVT.
He is has a BA in Indonesian/Southeast Asia studies with electives in comparative culture studies from the University of Copenhagen, an MA in the Psychology of language with electives in video journalism at Monash University, and an MSc in Investigative Journalism from the University of Gothenburg.
Updated April 2021
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