Call for proposals for organisational evaluation [updated 3-11-16]

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or teams to conduct an external evaluation of the… Read More

Independence and impartiality key challenges facing media in election coverage

The November 8 national elections in Burma emphasised the role of the media in providing information for citizens to better… Read More

[2015 Fellowship] Witnessing people, media make Myanmar history

Apprehensive. If there was one word to describe the mood of the SEAPA staff and fellows on arriving in Yangon… Read More

[Fellowship 2015] Covering the Coverage of the 2015 Elections in Myanmar

Application Deadline: 24 September 2015 To apply, please visit this link.   The coming general election in Myanmar on 8… Read More

SEAPA has new Executive Director

The Board of Trustees of the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) has selected Mr. Edgardo P. Legaspi as its new… Read More

SEAPA announces opening of the Annual Journalism Fellowship

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) is now accepting applications to its Annual Journalism Fellowship (SAF) for 2015, with the… Read More

SEAPA will be at Rightscon Southeast Asia 2015

For the first time, SEAPA will be participating at the RightsCon Southeast Asia 2015, which will take place in Manila,… Read More

Gender review of SEAPA content: “Room for improvement”

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance recently conducted a gender assessment of its communication materials, which included the annual regional press… Read More

SEAPA beyond 2020: “SEAPA Plus”

Southeast Asian Press Alliance is 16 years old today. It is amazing how a small organization of this kind would… Read More

‘Responding to AEC priority for SEAPA members’ – new president

Building the SEAPA members’ capacities to respond to the implementation of the AEC [ASEAN Economic Community] should be the priority… Read More

[UPDATED] SEAPA welcomes 5 new members, new officers

UPDATE: The officers of the Board of Trustees for 2015-2018 are as follows: President: Aliansi Jurnalis Independen as represented by… Read More

Fellowship 2014 gets underway

The six SAF 2014 fellows—one Malaysian, two Indonesians, and three Burmese–are currently doing their fieldwork in the Philippines to work… Read More

SEAPA to kick off 2014 Impunity Campaign

SEAPA will kick off on October 31 its annual regional campaign to tackle impunity for violence against journalists. Campaign activities,… Read More

Media Invite: Regional Conference on Media and Internet Freedoms in Kuala Lumpur

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) a Bangkok-based regional media freedom group, together with its partners, the Centre for Independent… Read More

Programme/Agenda of #MediaNetAsia14

Main Objectives of the Event To provide a space to spark meaningful connections between media practitioners, and internet rights activists… Read More

[Concept note] Regional Conference on Media and Internet Freedom

Venue: Best Western Premier Dua Sentral, Kuala Lumpur Dates: 15-17 October 2014 Background Over the last few years, freedom of expression online… Read More

Connecting media and internet freedoms in Asia

Is there a real divide between the “old” media and the online media? Is the media responsible for spreading and… Read More

SEAPA at the #IGF2014

SEAPA supported four journalists to attend and cover the 9th Internet Governance Forum 2014 (IGF2014), which concluded last Friday, 5 September. More… Read More

Karen News looks to the future back in Burma

Ethnic Karen news outlet Karen Information Center (KIC) held a strategic planning workshop last month, aiming to take the organization… Read More

Six journalists selected for 2014 fellowship

SEAPA is pleased to announce the names of six journalists from Burma, Indonesia and Malaysia who were selected to join… Read More