Romadon Panjor: Using security language to initiate dialogue on military reform

  On 29 October 2019, 18.00 at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT), the Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) held a public discussion entitled “Seize, Trample, Repeat, Change”, the Launch of Propositions to Remedy the Consequences of the 2014 Coup, concerning the  laws, policies and justice process intended to ensure the protection of […]

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14/11/2562

Bencharat Sae-Chua: “Everyone in Thailand is a Victim of the NCPO’s Violations”

  On 29 October 2019, 18.00 at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT), the Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) held a public discussion entitled “Seize, Trample, Repeat, Change”, the Launch of Propositions to Remedy the Consequences of the 2014 Coup, concerning the  laws, policies and justice process intended to ensure the protection of […]

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13/11/2562

Somchai Preechasilpakul: “The Perversion of Thai Law and the Fight of the People Who Refuse to Surrender”

On 29 October 2019, 18.00 at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT), the Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) held a public discussion entitled “Seize, Trample, Repeat, Change”, the Launch of Propositions to Remedy the Consequences of the 2014 Coup” concerning the  laws, policies, and the judicial process intended to ensure the protection of […]

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07/11/2562

The power of the military over civilians remains: Five glaring issues and the change of ISOC’s role in the aftermath of NCPO’s dissolution

The 19 September 2006 coup was a turning point for the expansion of powers of the armed forces over the democratically elected civilian government since the end of Cold War, in light of the reorganization of the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC). The coup makers’ legislative branch passed a statutory law to restructure ISOC, giving […]

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26/09/2562

Attorney General dropped a case against Lawyer June over her refusal to consent to warrantless search of her car

On 27 August 2019, Ms Sirikan Charoensiri, known as Lawyer June, went to meet the inquiry officer who was responsible for her case at Chanasongkram Police Station, Bangkok, to hear the Attorney General’s order on the case against her in which she was charged with an offence of refusing to comply with an official order […]

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30/08/2562

13 political cases opened against “Ja New”, the most heavily accused activist in Thailand, before he suffered repeated attacks by unknown assailants once again

Under the rule of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), which has been using the ‘law’ and ‘administration of justice’ as broad political tools to suppress political movements and citizens’ freedom of expression.  It seems that lawsuits against student activists and members of the general public for staging peaceful protests, are their ‘reward’ […]

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22/08/2562

The proliferation of harassment and restrictions of freedom: Reflecting on human rights in the aftermath of Prayuth’s return to premiership

The return of Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha as Prime Minister after the elections continues to be shrouded with questions concerning freedom and justice. Such questions remain after he was voted in by the Parliament on 6 June 2019 and even after the cessation of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) given the new cabinet […]

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21/08/2562
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