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Covid-19 crisis triggering ‘increased domestic violence'

Measures to keep people at home are important to help contain the Covid-19 outbreak, but it has resulted in a spike in domestic violence, said Jaded Chaowilai, director of the Women’s and Men’s Progressive Movement.Data from the Department of Women’s Affairs and Family Development (DWF) ...

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Social Development Ministry kicks off campaign against domestic violence

The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security has launched a caravan against violence towards children, women and family members, kicking off a call to no longer tolerate, ignore or engage in violence after statistics placed Thailand among the world’s top ten for domestic violence.Keep ...

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