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Open Letter: Use the Press Law to investigate intimidation of journalist

Open Letter to Concerned Indonesian Authorities  regarding the case of intimidation of a journalist 10 June 2016 To: General Badrodin… Read More

Journalist’s car shot at

  Bangkok – A journalist’s car was shot at early morning on Tuesday in what is believed to be a… Read More

President-elect’s pronouncements endorse impunity

Duterte’s statements on media killings sends the wrong signal to the region The Southeast Asian Press Alliance said it was… 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

Stand up to mark the Day to End Impunity

Bangkok — Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) joins media community, rights advocates and development agencies around the world in marking… Read More

Official inaction perpetuates impunity – open letter to President

International Partnership Mission for Indonesia submitted this Open Letter to Indonesian President Joko Widodo urging him to properly investigate the… Read More

Media reform falters at a critical juncture

As the election looms for later this year, incidents in 2014 and in early 2015 involving the press raises serious… Read More

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