9 Nov 2021
An opinion that shows how SOTUS and hazing culture in education institutions and society pave a foundation for dictatorship and authoritarianism in Thailand.
27 Oct 2021
Transcript of talk presented by Adam John at the Tak Bai 17th Anniversary Commemoration organised by the Civil Society Assembly for Peace (CAP) on Monday October 25th 2021.
24 Oct 2021
Originally published in Khaosod English on 23 October 2021.
27 Aug 2021
An article from Jaushieh Joseph Wu, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan) underlining the importance of including Taiwan into the United Nations circle.
27 Aug 2021
HG's story over a scenario when an excessive use of plastic (bags?) becomes the National Police's agenda.
13 Aug 2021
Viengrat Nethipo is an associate professor of Political Science at Chulalongkorn University
11 Aug 2021
Reflecting on events from the first half of 2021, IFEX’s Asia and Pacific Editor Mong Palatino explains how recent massive citizen protests and pushback against Asia’s digital authoritarians can provide lessons on what we need to do to support the region's pro-democracy movements and human rights campaigns.
3 Aug 2021
Harrison George presents you a conversation of a journalist and policemen, regarding news reporting.
8 Jun 2021
To mitigate the health and economic risks associated with unequal access to Covid-19 vaccines, the public and private sectors must coordinate their efforts and resources to address vaccine access as a fundamental human right for everyone.
27 May 2021
If I might call this meeting to order, please. Thank you, thank you. Pardon? Yes, you may continue replicating during this meeting, but quietly, please. No cheering unless you turn into a particularly virulent mutation, OK?
14 May 2021
Chamnan Chanruang, Thailand Coordinator,
11 May 2021
Is there anything today which is important for general life and well-being and scarce and likely to remain so for the foreseeable future? If you can’t answer that question, you obviously don’t live anywhere close to what the newspapers coyly call ‘entertainment venues’ in the Thong Lo area.