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SEAPA to kick off 2014 Impunity Campaign

SEAPA will kick off on October 31 its annual regional campaign to tackle impunity for violence against journalists. Campaign activities,… Read More

UNESCO forum adopts road map to include media in post-2015 development agenda

Indonesia: The Global Media Forum today adopted the UNESCO-initiated Bali Roadmap recommending principles and actions to be considered in charting… Read More

UN: Political will the key to end impunity in media killing

The world’s human rights body in June heard that the lack of political will among states is one of the… Read More

Violence against journalists a pressing concern in Southeast Asia

 Oral statement delivered by Ms. Gayathry Venkiteswaranon behalf of Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) during the  26th… Read More

SEAPA Alert and Statement on the Coup

Bangkok, 26 May – SEAPA is deeply distressed over the outright suppression of freedom of expression and press freedom in… Read More

Statement: Hands off the media!

Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) protests in the strongest terms the escalation of intimidation against the media committed by anti-government… Read More

Repeated attacks on journalists unacceptable

The violent attack by authorities against journalists covering events at Freedom Park on April 21 is yet another indication of… Read More

Violence against journalists escalates

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) is deeply concerned over the escalation of violence against media workers covering anti-government demonstrations… Read More

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