Concerns Being Raised About Thailand’s Human Rights Commission

Concerns are being raised after the resignation of two prominent human rights advocates from the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand.An alarm bell signaling the need for a total revamp of the flawed and scandal-ridden agency.Thailand’s Human Rights Commissioners Angkhana Neelapaijit and Tuenjai Deetes announced ...

Group seeks the creation of conditions to facilitate safe repatriation of Rohingya

The leaders of Asean yesterday voiced concerns over the Rakhine crisis and called for the safe return of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar while seeking accountability for the violence and human rights violations perpetrated against the ethnic group.Keep reading ...

Supalak Ganjanakhundee

National Human Rights Commission Say’s State Officials Behind 90% of Rights Violations in Thailand

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) revealed yesterday (Dec, 12) that over 90 percent of the human rights violations in Thailand were committed by state officials, adding that it is getting worse.Human-rights activists said that violations by Thai authorities are increasing as government opponents are ...

Reckoning With Human Rights Violations in Thailand’s Extraterritorial Investments

As Thailand’s investments across ASEAN increase, the country must commit to human rights due diligence that has been lacking.The intensive growth of Thai investments in ASEAN countries in recent years has demonstrated significant potential opportunities to expand markets and provide access to transboundary supply chains, ...

Wora Suk

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