Democracy opens more space for mainstreaming ethnic voices

By Ryan Rosauro The overwhelming win of the National League for Democracy (NLD) in Myanmar’s national election is a big… Read More

Suu Kyi win scripts a new dawn for media freedom

By Chino Gaston A river of red overflows Pyi Htaung Su Road in Yangon as the mass of party faithful… Read More

Is Facebook Myanmar’s Newest Daily?

By Bernard Cheah YANGON, Myanmar — On a blazing Sunday afternoon, on the outskirts of this country’s financial capital, thousands… Read More

Power, Thy Name Could Be Woman

By Shinta Maharani YANGON, Myanmar – This is a nation that has maintained a burning love affair with a woman… Read More

NLD poll landslide shows that democracy and free media crucial for ethnic peace

By Ryan Rosauro “We were hit by an NLD tsunami.” This is how Sai Nyunt Lwin, secretary of the Shan… Read More

Starting from scratch on freedom of information

There is yet any hint of official recognition of the public right-to-know in Burma, after half a century of military… Read More

Key UN official documents to #EndImpunity translated into 7 SEA languages

SEAPA is pleased to present these translations into seven Southeast Asian national languages of three core United Nations official documents relating… Read More

What we can do to end impunity

  Note: This is a simplified version of the United Nations Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and… Read More