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Thai government moving to regulate opinion polls?

18 October 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Survey groups, researchers, media practitioners, politicians, and private citizens in Thailand are… Read More

General to Thaksin critic: Stop dragging King’s name into politics

17 November 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The outspoken founder of a local multi-media group this week got a… Read More

Cambodian group launches “free expression” campaign

1 December 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The Alliance for Freedom of Expression in Cambodia (AFEC), a newly-formed coalition… Read More

King sets example for Thai leaders by saying: “Even I am human; criticisms must be tolerated”

5 December 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Bangkok- Speaking for the first time on political and free expression issues… Read More

Regional media groups call for protection of journalists and free expression in Thailand

21 May 2010 Three media organizations, one each from the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand, issued separate statements calling on the… Read More

Thai media, civil society discuss objectivity in covering on-going political crisis

Thai media groups and members of civil society agreed in the recently concluded World Press Freedom Day observance in Bangkok… Read More

Burma still among worst states for press freedom, report says

Source: Mizzima Burma is still included on the list of the 10 worst countries for violating media freedom and the… Read More

Stop using media as a political weapon—Thai media groups

Source: TJA The following is a statement from the Thai Journalists Association (TJA)—a SEAPA founding member—and the Thai Broadcast Journalists… Read More