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State intelligence law challenged in court

Source: AJI The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI), four non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and 13 individuals filed a judicial review of… Read More

Draft law on NGOs should be revised to ensure rights are protected

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) appeals to the Royal Government of Cambodia to make a sincere and serious effort… Read More

Revise or Abandon Draft NGO Law

Civil society groups urged international donors to join in their effort to roll back the passing of the Law on… Read More

Freedom of information law in need of reforms

Thailand’s 14-year freedom of information law will need to see changes for it to be more effective, said Centre for… Read More

SEAPA welcomes government engagement on issue of freedom of expression

Thailand underwent the first review of its human rights performance before United Nations Human Rights Council and UN member states… Read More

Forum on online expression

Bangkok, Thailand: Full intermediary liability should not be an approach to mitigating unlawful content over the Internet  as it ignores… 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

Parliament passes controversial Intelligence Bill

The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) has expressed concern over the recently passed State Intelligence Bill. Without careful monitoring, the… Read More

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