Articles by Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA)
20 expert organizations urge the government to guarantee freedom of expression in the Constitution.
A new book features 50 stories penned by Indonesian women journalists.
Two journalists were attacked over their reports on the environmental and social impact of the Tha Khin Sit Mining Company’s banana plantation operations in Burma.
Various groups across the Asia-Pacific have expressed concern over the unwarranted arrest of Maria Ressa and urge the Philippine government to withdraw the charges against her and Rappler.
Rappler CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa was arrested on 13 February 2019 for cyber libel regarding an article that was published in May 2012, four months before the Philippine Cyber Crime Prevention Act was signed into law. She was released after posting bail on 14 February.
The Radio Free Asia contributor and well-known Vietnamese blogger went missing in Bangkok on 26 January.
Burma’s high court upheld the seven-year jail sentences of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo.