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By Pongadisorn Jamerbsin |
By Fathima Mallick |
<p>titled &ldquo;The Pandemic, (Necro)Politics and Literature&rdquo; with Arundhati Roy on 20 February&nbsp;</p>
By Nidhi Eoseewong |
By Surat Sakunkhu |
<p>Silences, Histories, and the Future: On Thongchai Winichakul&rsquo;s Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976, Massacre in Bangkok</p>
By Annie Game |
<p>It is&nbsp;good to know that, on the road to end impunity, we are in good company.&nbsp; 8 People worldwide highlighted for fighting against impunity.</p>
By Kwankaow Kongdecha |
<p>With the early morning declaration of a state of emergency on October 15 and the crackdown on the pro-democracy group on October 16 in the name of national security, Thailand is undergoing a rough path of democratic transitioning.</p>
By Nidhi Eoseewong |
<p><em>On 13 August 2020, historian Professor Nidhi Eoseewong released a written statement about the 6 October 1976 massacre to the public after a news agency incorrectly reported the views he shared during an interview. Prachatai disseminated the statement in Thai on the day it was released and here Prachatai English shares a translation as both the ongoing protests intensify and the 44th anniversary of the massacre approaches.</em></p>
By Paisarn Likhitpreechakul |
<p>They used to be ridiculed and bullied, but LGBT youths have now emerged among the leaders of Thailand&rsquo;s pro-democracy movement. In this article, Paisarn Likhitpreechakul writes about young LGBT activists in the current wave of student protests.</p>
By Thongchai Winichakul |
By Wirada Saelim |
<p>Wirada Saelim on how young people living in the culture of fear&nbsp;in Thailand are using Twitter to engage in politics and speak about issues that are often seen as controversial.&nbsp;</p>