Issue > Safety of Journalists

70 rights groups caution Cameron over UK response to surveillance

SEAPA joined 70 free speech, human rights, internet and media freedom organisations from around the world in writing to the… Read More

Guarantee freedom of expression to help resolve political crisis

SEAPA is gravely concerned at the deteriorating situation in Cambodia in the aftermath of the highly disputed 28 July elections.… Read More

International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance

As technologies that facilitate State surveillance of communications advance, States are failing to ensure that laws and regulations related to… Read More

President Obama, ask the Viet Nam President to free Dieu Cay, too

Ten freedom of expression advocacy groups have added another blogger for U.S. President Barack Obama to bring up in his… Read More

President Obama, please ask the Viet Nam President to free Le Quoc Quan

Nineteen human rights organizations have written to U.S. President Barack Obama to raise the issue of the detention of human… Read More

Justice must be pursued for photographer Fabio Polenghi

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) welcomes a Bangkok Criminal Court’s inquest ruling on 29 May 2013 that Thai security… Read More

Request to reopen investigations into the 1996 murder of journalist Udin

SEAPA joined its members in Indonesia and other partners in this 3 May letter (below) submitted to President Susilo Bambang… Read More

Stifling media and civil society

[Laos country report for Working within bounds: Southeast Asia’s Press Freedom Challenges for 2013. Original/print title: Stifling media and civil society in… Read More

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