Thailand: “Being ourselves is too dangerous”: Digital violence and the silencing of women and LGBTI activists in Thailand

This report tells the stories of women and LGBTI activists in Thailand who sought to leverage digital technology for advancing their peaceful activism amid the shrinking civic space since the 2014 military coup. These activists nonetheless faced technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TfGBV), including targeted digital surveillance and online harassment. The report analyses the impacts of TfGBV in terms of producing a chilling effect among women and LGBTI activists. TfGBV forces women and LGBTI people to limit or cease the exercise of their rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, driving them out of the civic space and silencing their voices.

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