Issue > Safety of Journalists

Two journalists survive shooting attack

CMFR/Philippines – Two journalists were attacked after interviewing local politicians in Marawi City last 1 October 2012. Marawi City is… Read More

AJI condemns acts of violence and seizure of camera by Indonesian Air Force officer

Jakarta,  16 October – The Alliance of Independent Journalists seriously condemns the violent act of seizing a video camera by… Read More

End the violence against Papuan journalists

Jakarta – Police today attacked a journalist covering a rally organised by the West Papua National Committee (KNPB) in Manokwari… Read More

Case against Mam Sonando must undergo a fair retrial

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) and Media Defence Southeast Asia (MD-SEA) are gravely alarmed by the 20-year prison sentence… Read More

Proper investigation is needed into the case of murdered journalist

Phnom Penh – The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) and the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) are deeply concerned… Read More

Reporting Free Expression Violations in Southeast Asia

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Open letter calling for the release of independent radio station owner Mam Sonando

[This is an open letter, which SEAPA has co-signed, to Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen regarding the arrest of independent… Read More

Civil society groups condemn arrest of radio station owner

[We are sharing a joint statement of 14 civil society organisations in Cambodia condemning the arrest of independent radio station… Read More

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