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Shooting the Messenger

By Htar Htar Myint MANILA – A cupboard full of books stands against a wall covered with posters of Philippine… Read More

Cambodian Journalists Vowed to Fight Against Abuses of Their Rights

24 January 2002 SIHANOUKVILLE, CAMBODIA — Cambodian journalists have agreed the legal intimidation by authorities posed a major threat to… Read More

Media group describes as government harassment wiretapping charges against TV journalist

[The following is a statement of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), a SEAPA founding member based in… Read More

Looking back, looking ahead: The state of the press in Southeast Asia

Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The months ahead will hold much peril and uncertainty for members of the press… Read More

2007 Fellowship: Human Rights versus a culture of impunity in Southeast Asia

In 2007, Cambodia will underscore the importance of the need for justice, of the imperative to confront human rights violations,… Read More

Exiled journalists need protection

A growing friendship between Burma’s military junta and its neighbors, based mostly on shared economic interests, has dire implications for… Read More

Community publisher killed

11 May 2005 The publisher of a community-based weekly in a province north of Manila became the fourth Filipino journalist… Read More

Broadcasters seen as compromising on coverage of groups branded as “terrorists”

ALERT – PHILIPPINES – Leaders of the Philippine broadcasting industry have reportedly agreed to compromise on their coverage of groups… Read More