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Prioritize broad consultations to institutionalize media freedom

SEAPA initiated two ‘town hall meetings’ in Myanmar—one in Yangon on 23-24 September and one in Mandalay on 26 September—with… Read More

Reporters sharpen pencils for human rights coverage

(This article was originally published in the Vientiane Times and was posted in the website Lao Voices) Journalists from the… Read More

Freedom of information workshop

SEAPA will be holding a two-day researchers’ meeting on access of information in Southeast Asia on 29 and 30 September… Read More

Updating the status of access to information in Southeast Asia – 10 years after SEAPA’s first compilation

Bangkok, Thailand – The extent to which access to information can be considered ‘free’ is a key element in overall… Read More

Does self-regulation have a future?

Source: CFMR The media are not only failing to regulate themselves; more importantly, some media organizations are actually depending on… 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

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