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Thailand Appoints Its First Female Supreme Court President

THAILAND. Bangkok. Methinee Chalothorn, current Supreme Court vice-president, will serve as the country’s 46th and first female Supreme Court president after the Judicial Commission...

Students Take Control Of Their Future Amid An Outdated Education System

THAILAND. Bangkok. Most of the time when students speak out and advocate for their rights, adults tell them to go home and focus on...

Democracy And Gender Equality For LGBT Community

THAILAND. Bangkok. Thai LGBT activists led a protest of all ages and genders in demanding the government to step down, echoing Free Youth’s protest...

Students Pride Parade Against Discriminatory Rules, Curriculum, Treatments In Schools

THAILAND. Bangkok. Student rights activists hosted the first pride parade in the country to demand rights for their fellow LGBTQ+ students while the permanent-secretary...

New Approaches To Anti-Government Protests

THAILAND. Bangkok. Youth in Thailand organized anti-government protests with new approaches including a Japanese-anime-inspired recital, eating McDonald’s and pomelos, all despite obstructions from officials.  Over...

Executed Serial Killer Cremated After 60 Years of Preservation

THAILAND. Nonthaburi. Executed serial killer was cremated on 23 July at Bang Phraek Tai Temple, after 60 years of preservation. In 1959, Si Quey,...

State Of Emergency Extended In Thailand

THAILAND. Bangkok. Despite zero internal transmission of the virus, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) decided on 22 July to extend the imposition...

Thousands Of Thais Protested Against The Government

THAILAND. Bangkok. Over 2,500 people gathered at the Democracy Monument on 18 July to demand the dissolution of the parliament, an end to the...

Two Imported COVID-19 Cases Spark Thai Anger

THAILAND. Bangkok. Thai netizens criticized the government through hashtags on Twitter after the government allowed entries of two COVID-19 patients with exemptions from current...

Thai Youth Dissidents Abducted While Protesting During Prime Minister’s Visit

THAILAND. Rayong. Rayong Police violently abducted two youth activists from the Eastern Youth for Democracy group on 15 July while they were holding signs...

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