Key Issues

SEAPA Against All Efforts to Roll Back Media Freedom in Thailand

SEAPA express deep concerns over recent developments in Thailand, particularly with regard to the proposed the “Protection of Media Rights and Freedom, and Promotion of Ethics and Professional Standards” bill to regulate the media.

Media back to total state control

ฺBriefing paper on the “Protection of Media Rights and Freedom, and Promotion of Ethics and Professional Standards” bill, also known as the “media control bill”

In mourning: The media’s role during transition

In these critical times, which is fraught with anxiety, less regulation on the media would allow it to perform a better role as information channels and provide spaces for civic discussion.

[Thailand] Media control for the long term

On 22 May 2016, it will be the second anniversary of the last military coup in Thailand and two years… Read More

Worrying direction for ‘media reform’

To contribute to the discussions on the drafting of the Constitution of Thailand, the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) compared… Read More

Organisers’ Statement on the Sedition Act

As we convene a regional conference to discuss challenges to Media and Internet Freedom around Asia, we recognize and express… Read More