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25 Mar 2022
Senators Edward J. Markey and Jeffrey A. Merkley asked Thailand and U.S. Government to address concerns about the Draft Act on the Operation of Not-for-Profit Organizations (NPO Bill), arguing that it would undermine the delivery of humanitarian assistance to Myanmar.
23 Mar 2022
Amnesty International Thailand and Thai activists gathered in front of the Russian Embassy in Bangkok today (23 March) and held a candlelight vigil to call for an end to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
17 Mar 2022
ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) called on ASEAN to take urgent actions after the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) submitted a report to the UN Human Rights Council which found that the Myanmar military has committed human rights abuses that may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.
16 Mar 2022
Surat Thani’s Wiang Sra Provincial Court read the verdict of the Appeals Court Region 8 to acquit suspects in the attempted murder case against Dam On-muang, land rights defender and member of The Southern Peasants' Federation of Thailand (SPFT) and ordered an immediate release of the accused. (In the middle) Dam On-muang
10 Mar 2022
Prisoners of war in the Russian invasion of Ukraine must have their rights respected under the Third Geneva Convention, Amnesty International said on 7 March.
9 Mar 2022
The conviction of Narin, who was sentenced last Friday (4 March 2022) to 3 years in prison on a royal defamation charge for putting a sticker over a portrait of King Vajiralongkorn, demonstrates the government’s intensifying targeting of individuals and allies of the pro-democratic movement, said FoRUM-ASIA, CIVICUS, and Asia Democracy Network, who call for the repeal of the royal defamation law and the immediate release of everyone detained under this law.
8 Mar 2022
On International Women's day, The Women Human Rights Defenders Collective in Thailand issued a statement demanding a stop to the Draft Act on the Operation of Not-for-Profit Organizations.
23 Feb 2022
Global Labor Justice - International Labor Rights Forum (GLJ-ILRF) and partner organizations in the Seafood Working Group (SWG) are calling on the Biden Administration to ensure U.S. companies do not import fishing nets made by Thai companies that use forced prison labor. 
21 Feb 2022
Online sexual abuse and exploitation of children in Thailand is underreported, with only 1- 3% of children disclosing experience told the police, according to a research delivered by ECPAT, INTERPOL, and the UNICEF Office of Research.
17 Feb 2022
Amnesty International has had a longstanding presence in Thailand and is committed to continuing to promote and protect human rights for people in the country despite calls for it to be expelled, the organization said on 16 February.
4 Feb 2022
Mineral resource-related civil society network submitting a letter to the coalition of opposition parties asking for an inquiry into the restart of Phichit Gold Mine by Kingsgate Consolidated Limited, exposing four major flaws and how the mine has caused grave health impacts on the public, the environment, nature and local ecology.
4 Feb 2022
Click here to proceed to the photo source The world must use the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics as an opportunity to push for human rights improvements in China, Amnesty International said on 28 January ahead of the Games in February. China’s capital will welcome athletes, officials and diplomats from around the world for the Games, which begin on 4 February. But the event will take place against a backdrop of myriad ongoing human rights violations in the country.   


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