The 2013 Annual Report on
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Thailand must stop flouting its human rights obligations while tackling insurgent violence in the south of the country.
The lives of teachers and students in Thailand's southern provinces are at risk. At least four teachers have been killed and two injured in targeted attacks ...
Urgent Action ASA 39/004/2012
In a letter sent today to ASEAN Heads of State, leading international human rights organizations called for the postponement of the adoption of the ASEAN ...
Members of the Thai security forces who are responsible for the deaths of 85 protesters eight years ago today at Tak Bai in southern Thailand must be ...
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Thailand is considering an amnesty law which could grant impunity for grave human rights violations.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 39/002/2012. 15 March 2012. Thailand : Amnesty International ...
Public Statement ASA 39/002/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 9 February 2012. AI Index: ASA 39/001/2012. Thailand: Protect academic freedom at university ...
Public Statement ASA 39/001/2012
Amphon Tangnoppaku, 61, was sentenced for sending four text messages deemed offensive to the Queen of Thailand.
Thailand's three southern-most provinces are host to a non-international armed conflict, based on the intensity and duration of hostilities there, as well ...
Report ASA 39/002/2011