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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 |
Following the recent exposure of a sexual harassment case involving an MP, the Move Forward Party (MFP) has reported on the progress of investigations into alleged sexual harassment involving its MPs, and promised to enhance measures to prevent such behaviour by Party members.
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 Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) |
<p>Kicking off the&nbsp;commemoration of 16 Days of Activism and International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, feminists, women workers, and grassroots women from Asia and the Pacific gathered for an online protest to call for safety for women in workplaces and&nbsp;the urgent ratification of ILO C-190.</p>
By Emilia Brugnano |
<p>Emilia Brugnano explores the meaning of masculinity in Thailand and the impact of striving for the masculine ideal on Thai men.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>Women and LGBTQ activists who participated in the 2020 pro-democracy movement are facing gendered harassment and discrimination even from within their own movement, says a new report by the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>A network of civil society organizations issued a statement on 29 April calling for an end to online sexual harassment against activists after student activist Sirin Mungcharoen faced a storm of social media attacks, the majority of which can be considered sexual harassment.</p>
By Prachatai |
<p>A network of NGOs and activists issued an open letter on International Human Rights Day (10 December) calling for an end to sexual harassment and gender bias among social activists.</p>
<div> <div>A student activist convicted of lèse majesté has revealed that prison staff ordered him to take off his clothes and rubbed his genitals five times in a search for drugs.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>On 16 November 2017, Jatupat Boonpattaraksa, also known as Pai Dao Din, was summoned to Phu Khiao Provincial Court to be tried for violating the 2016 Referendum Act.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Jatupat and another student activist, Wasin Prommanee, were accused of inciting chaos during the junta-sponsored constitutional referendum in August 2016. </div></div>
<div> <div>Silpakorn University (SU) has initiated an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment during freshman orientation activities, where students were allegedly forced to strip and shower together.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The allegations emerged on 16 September 2017 when Anti-SOTUS, a network that campaigns against human rights violations in universities, <a href="">posted on its Facebook page</a> reports it had received from SU Fine Arts students. </div></div>
By Thantawut Taweewarodomkul |
<p>In one of Thailand’s men’s prison, the homosexuals are categorized as transgenders with breasts, attractive transgenders, older transgender, gay and transexuals. They are entitled to different “class” and treatment. A former inmate wrote the article in detention.&nbsp;</p> <p> </p>
<div>&nbsp;</div> <div> <div>Red-shirt activist Kritsuda Khunasen has revealed that when she was illegally detained by the junta, she was suffocated and physically assaulted. The torture was aimed at forcing her to link former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to hard core red-shirt groups, according to Kritsuda.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>In late June, Kritsuda was the focus of media and human rights organizations’ attention because during her detention, no one was able to contact her and it was not known where she was detained. </div></div>