The November 8 national elections in Burma emphasised the role of the media in providing information for citizens to better… Read More
Apprehensive. If there was one word to describe the mood of the SEAPA staff and fellows on arriving in Yangon… Read More
Application Deadline: 24 September 2015 To apply, please visit this link. The coming general election in Myanmar on 8… Read More
The Board of Trustees of the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) has selected Mr. Edgardo P. Legaspi as its new… Read More
An independent online media organization is suing the army for details on a controversial project to test access to information laws in Thailand.
As the international community marks its first Universal Access to Information day, there was significant progress in 2016 on official policy among Southeast Asian countries on freedom of information (FOI) as two countries – Vietnam and the Philippines – passed new policies enabling the right.
September 28th marks the first International Day for Universal Access to Information.
Some of the press freedom- and free expression-related events and issues you might have missed last week
The statue of King Ly Thai at the Chi Linh Park in central Hanoi overlooks a public plaza. This is… Read More
By Chino Gaston The NLD landslide in the Myanmar parliamentary election has pitched expectations high that a new NLD government… Read More
By Bernard Cheah YANGON, Myanmar — THE LADY has finally spoken, but will she be able to make the online… Read More
By Shinta Maharani YANGON, Myanmar — PEOPLE LINE up on the roadside whenever they hear she is coming and scream… Read More