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Media to play stronger role to mainstream gender equality

“The media have a role to play in raising the participation of women in the peace and democratization process in… Read More

SEAPA at the #IGF2013

Statements Joint statement on “Miss Internet Bali” and women’s participation at the Internet Governance Forum 2013 From AJI Indonesia: National Internet… Read More

Journalists lament unbalanced media coverage in July elections

Following up its series of town hall meetings with Cambodian journalists in July, SEAPA and its Phnom Penh-based partner, Cambodian… Read More

Overcoming limitations to meet election reporting challenges

This article examines how Cambodian journalists reported during the 28 July elections, Cambodia’s fifth democratic, multi-party elections since the Paris… Read More

Political elite in power must guarantee media freedom

Organizers and participants, as well as Cambodian journalists, bloggers and social media activists, and NGOs activists joining in the Reflection… Read More

Preparing the media for election coverage

SEAPA and its Phnom Penh-based partner the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) are organising a series of town hall meetings and trainings… Read More

Media urged to strive for unity to work for greater freedom

Southeast Asian journalists share lessons learnt from their countries’ transitions to democracy as media reform unfolds in Burma. [Original title: Burmese… Read More

Book and website launch on the peace process

Date & Time: Feb 16th, 2013, 2-3:30 pm Venue: Belle Villa Resort  (Maew Ra Reung Room) After decades of protracted… Read More