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Open Letter: Promote Freedom of Information

[Note: As part of activities to mark the International Right to Know Day on 28 September, SEAPA—with the Media Defence… Read More

Re: 2012 as the year that the Philippines gets its Freedom of Information Law

[Note: In preparation for the coming of the International Right to Know Day (28 September), SEAPA sent this letter to… Read More

[Manual] Guidance for Journalists on Promoting an Empowering Press Law

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Moving Beyond the Lifting of Press Censorship

[Original title: Moving Beyond the Lifting of Press Censorship in Burma] It has been a heady three weeks for the… Read More

Government removes pre-publication censorship

[Original title: Burma removes prior censorship] Mizzima/Yangon, 21 August – The Burmese government lifted censorship for all print publications on… Read More

Guidance for Journalists on Promoting an Empowering Press Law

Note: This guideline is jointly prepared by the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) and the Centre for Law and Democracy… Read More

Censors suspend two weekly journals

Mizzima/BURMA, 1 August – Burma’s Press Scrutiny and Registration Division has suspended two weekly journals, The Voice Weekly and Envoy,… Read More

Trial Observation: Case renews tack on constitutionality of lese majeste laws

Court okays defence request to accept verdict on the constitutionality of Article 112 of the Thailand Penal Code Bangkok, 25… Read More

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