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By Prachatai |
The Criminal Court has dismissed a sexual assault charge against Prinn Panitchpakdi, former deputy leader of the Democrat Party, citing a statute of limitations as well as the fact that he agreed with the alleged victim’s request to drop her off at a train station near her apartment.
By Prachatai |
The Move Forward Party (MFP) has passed a resolution to expel Bangkok MP Chaiyamphawan Manpianjit, after he refused to issue a public apology for sexually harassing three people on his team.
By Prachatai |
Prinn Panitchapakdi, former deputy leader of the Democrat Party, faces an additional two years imprisonment following a sexual assault conviction.
By Viyada Nokjaisua |
<p>Sexual abuse has long been an issue in Thai schools, although most cases go unreported.&nbsp;Prachatai English spoke to teachers and advocates for sexual abuse survivors about sexual abuse in schools and why this problem is being allowed to continue.</p>
By Apichaya Akkaratatta |
<p>Apichaya Akkaratatta discusses domestic violence in Thailand, the roots of the issue, why it has been overlooked, and why the society allows it to continue.</p>
By Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF) |
<p>The Central Court of Appeal has ruled to overturn a decision made by the Ministry of Justice&#39;s&nbsp;Committee to Determine Compensation to Aggrieved Parties in Criminal Cases, after the Committee ruled not to pay compensation for a sexual assault victim on the ground that she was&nbsp;&ldquo;an illegal migrant worker.&rdquo; The Court says that her immigration status is not the cause of the assault and orders the Committee to pay her compensation.&nbsp;</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>Gender equality activists staged a demonstration in front of the Democrat Party headquarters on Monday (18 April) to demand accountability from the party after its former deputy leader Prinn Panitchpakdi was accused of having sexually assaulted at least 15 women.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>Shero Thailand, a non-profit organization which aims to eliminate gender-based violence in Thailand, launched the Lawyers for Women&rsquo;s Rights (LWR) network on 29 January 2022 to train lawyers to provide legal aid and advocate for survivors of gender-based violence.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>Thai netizens&nbsp;found&nbsp;that the homepage of the Dental Council of Thailand had been attacked by a hacker claiming to be from Myanmar. Protest messages in broken Thai were displayed against discrimination against Myanmar migrant workers and the rape of a Myanmar woman by a Thai policeman. &nbsp;</p>
By UNICEF Thailand |
<p>UNICEF has issued a statement after the alleged sexual assault of two teenage girls at a Mukdahan school by their teachers and the school&rsquo;s former students was reported in the media last week, raising concern about the lack of protection for children in schools and calling for the authorities involved to reinforce their efforts to ensure prevention of violence in schools and to ensure that the survivors are protected.</p>
By Amnesty International |
<p>Mukesh Singh, Pawan Gupta, Vinay Kumar Sharma and Akshay Thakur were executed today for the gangrape and murder of a 23-year-old woman in 2012. These executions mark a disheartening development in use of the death penalty in India. There is no evidence that the death penalty acts as a particular deterrent to crime, and its use will not eradicate violence against women in India, said Amnesty International India today.</p>