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SEAPA Jakarta Condemn Violence Against Journalists in the War on Iraq

11 April 2003 The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Jakarta condemns the United States and its Coalition troops for deliberately… Read More

19 Journalists Killed for Their Work in 2002

3 January 2003Source: Committee to Protect Journalists Lowest number on record; Russia, Colombia, and the West Bank top list A… Read More

Stop the Killings!

21 November 2004Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The following statement was issued at the 11th General Meeting of the… Read More

Concern on new Indonesian restrictions on journalists and aid workers in Aceh

14 January 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) SEAPA expresses concern over new Indonesian restrictions on journalists, aid workers in… Read More

Int’l groups say RP media killings far from solved

27 June 2005Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer By Nikko DizonTWO INTERNATIONAL groups yesterday said that the murders of Filipino journalists were… Read More

Thai media activist says she did not defame Shin Corp.

12 October 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Thai media activist Supinya Klangnarong says she did not defame media and… Read More

Cambodian groups decry rising incidence of heckling, intimidations, at rights forums

19 August 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) On 9 August, pro-government participants intimidated speakers at a human rights forum… Read More

Six months after Ampatuan Massacre, Philippine media groups call on President-elect Aquino to end impunity

24 May 2010Source: CMFR The following is a statement by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR)—a SEAPA founding… Read More