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Waen : From a medical volunteer and key witness in Wat Pathum massacre case to defendant in two national security cases

Amidst the searing heat of March 2010 which competed with the incumbent political heat, a massive number of members of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) took to the street in downtown...

She and he who remain incarcerated: At least nine defendants in the lèse-majesté cases are denied bail, while fighting charges against them

On 4 September 2018, the Bangkok Military Court has allowed Natthathida “Waen” Meewangpla, a former volunteer nurse and a star witness in the post-mortem inquest of six deaths in Wat Pathumwanara, to bail herself...

“An academic forum is not a military barrack” Prosecution of peaceful expression at an academic conference

1. The challenge of academic freedom at the “Thai Studies Forum”   After 10 postponements within one year of pre-trial inquiry appointments, on 4th July 2018, the public prosecutor in Chiang Mai formally indicted five accused:...

TLHR report four years on from coup: Thai society “wrecked” by NCPO

22 June 2018 -- Thai society has been “wrecked” by the National Council for Peace and Order, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) has said in its newly released report on four years of...

Collapsed Rule of Law: The Consequences of Four Years under the National Council for Peace and Order for Human Rights and Thai Society

“Collapsed Rule of Law: The Consequences of Four Years under the National Council for Peace and Order for Human Rights and Thai Society” An abridged summary of a report by Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR)   It...
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