Southeast Asian Press Alliance

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Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) is the first organization established specifically to campaign for genuine press freedom in Southeast Asia. Founded in November 1998, in Bangkok, the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) aims to unite independent journalists' organizations in the region into a force for advocacy and mutual protection. SEAPA has laid out an ambitious program to build a regional network to share information on attacks against journalists, promote press freedom and responsibility and hold governments responsible for their actions against the press.

SEAPA has members in the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia, with its headquarters in Bangkok and an office in Jakarta. Its members are:

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