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Philippe Latour

South-east Asia Representative

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Background Information

Employment History

Head of Mission

Médecins Sans Frontières


Agent

Democratic Change


Affiliations

Reporters Sans Frontieres

Representative


French Daily Cambodge Soir

Founder


Web References(26 Total References)


ARDA - Alliance for Reform and Democracy in Asia

''Despite being far advanced in the use of new technologies, Singapore is still in the Middle Ages when you look at the way it deals with freedom of - expression in cyberspace,'' Philippe Latour, RSF's South-east Asia representative, told IPS. ''For the current electoral campaign bloggers and website managers do not have the right to back a particular candidates programme.


The Irrawaddy News Magazine Online Edition

"I think the best example we could give is U Win Tin who has been now in jail for years just because he tried to express his opinion," said Philippe Latour, RSF's Southeast Asia representative.


The Irrawaddy News Magazine Online Edition

"We are urging the Burmese government once more to release Win Tin, one of the journalists who have been in prison the longest and with no reason," said Philippe Latour, RSF's Southeast Asia representative.


http://www.ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=33047

"Despite being far advanced in the use of new technologies, Singapore is still in the Middle Ages when you look at the way it deals with freedom of expression in cyberspace," Philippe Latour, RSF's South-east Asia representative, told IPS.


UNESCO Office in Bangkok: 2006

Information as an Agent of Democratic Change by Mr. Philippe Latour


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