Exiled journalists need protection

A growing friendship between Burma’s military junta and its neighbors, based mostly on shared economic interests, has dire implications for… Read More

2004 Fellowship: Towards an information society in Southeast Asia

The reach and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the region’s different countries are uneven. All the same,… Read More

Regional Conference on Media and Disaster

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) in Thailand will be holding a Conference on… Read More

2003 Fellowship: Covering the Region in Rising Conflicts

While the end of Cold War brought peace to Cambodia and turned fragmented Southeast Asia into one organization under one… Read More

Press Freedom Under Attack Across the Region

[Source: Bangkok Post; Story by Nissara Horayangura] All around the world, press freedom is under attack. How is the press to… Read More

2002 Fellowship: ASEAN media and the region in transition

Journalists in the region, except those covering ASEAN meetings, are not well aware of the regional group’s history and impact… Read More

Post editor re-elected chairman, Matichon captures `best news’ award

[Source: Bangkok Post] Veera Prateepchaikul, editor of the Bangkok Post, was re-elected chairman of the Thai Journalists Association yesterday. Mr… Read More

“Overcome Fear, If We Are To Counter Totalitarianism”, Participants Agreed.

Politicians and rights advocacy groups on Tuesday urged the public including the media to overcome “Fear Syndrome” to restore people’s… Read More