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Statement of Parit “Penguin” to his judges
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Statement of Parit “Penguin” to his judges

March 16, 2021
Parit Chiwarak declares Article 112, Thailand’s lese majeste law, is backward, announces that he will fast until his right to
Isaan academics sign petition condemning use of Section 112
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Isaan academics sign petition condemning use of Section 112

February 20, 2021
Isaan academics join together to speak out violence and Section 112, Thailand’s lese majeste law.
Khong-Chi-Mun student group in Isaan urges an end to violence
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Khong-Chi-Mun student group in Isaan urges an end to violence

February 16, 2021
The newly-established Khong-Chi-Mun student group in Isaan urges an end to violence
The Isaan Gender Diversity Network comes out to create space for equality and acceptance
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The Isaan Gender Diversity Network comes out to create space for equality and acceptance

October 30, 2020
LGBT groups have long been active in cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai. But in Isaan, members of LGBT community
Ubon Ratchathani University students organize in solidarity with protesters in Bangkok
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Ubon Ratchathani University students organize in solidarity with protesters in Bangkok

October 16, 2020
Students at Ubon Ratchathani University joined into the group “Ubon U won’t tolerate” on Friday even to show support for
Govt disperses “The People’s Party 2020” rally, arrests leaders
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Govt disperses “The People’s Party 2020” rally, arrests leaders

October 15, 2020
Photos by Suphaphorn Tumprakon Early this morning at about 4:30 a.m., a group of around 500 crowd-control officers with shields and
Despite death threats, anti-mining group vows to reclaim mine in Nong Bua Lamphu
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Despite death threats, anti-mining group vows to reclaim mine in Nong Bua Lamphu

September 23, 2020
A group of locals is planning to escalate their longstanding opposition to a limestone mine in Nong Bua Lamphu’s

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Decoding Thailand’s lese majeste law
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Decoding Thailand’s lese majeste law

February 7, 2021
Many activists have been charged with Thailand’s lese majeste law, Section 112 of the criminal code, over the last few
Teaching LGBT rights through board games
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Teaching LGBT rights through board games

January 14, 2021
“It’s time for us to see them as a normal man or woman. Straight men or women don’t
Udon Thani new generation: Battle over royal portraits, a monument, and a flag (Part II)
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Udon Thani new generation: Battle over royal portraits, a monument, and a flag (Part II)

December 31, 2020
Udorn Thani’s democracy fighters are battling over symbols. Three cherished symbols of the state: the royal portrait, the city’

Interviews

KKC high schoolers: The power of Khon Kaen students (10)
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KKC high schoolers: The power of Khon Kaen students (10)

November 29, 2020
“Now I think it’s time for change. Everyone’s awakened.” Kwankhao Tangprasert, leader of Khon Kaen KKC student movement
The political crisis and students with high expectations (6)
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The political crisis and students with high expectations (6)

November 19, 2020
Amid calls from Thailand’s new generation for the resignation of the prime minister, the amending of the constitution, and
The way out of students high-stakes demand (5)
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The way out of students high-stakes demand (5)

November 19, 2020
“If Thailand wants to end the conflict, the constitution needs to be amended,” says Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somchai Phatharathananunth from
Nick Sarakham: The voice of grassroots people (4)
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Nick Sarakham: The voice of grassroots people (4)

November 18, 2020
At political rallies, Thanawit Sepsuk or “Nick Sarakham,” who is also known as “Nattawut 2,” speaks about the problems faced by

Opinion

The crisis of pervasive moss in the Mekong
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The crisis of pervasive moss in the Mekong

February 23, 2021
The phenomenon of persistent moss in the Mekong River is not a natural occurrence
Journey of the red shirts continues
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Journey of the red shirts continues

January 25, 2021
After the 2010 violent crackdown, the redshirt movement was diminished. Following the 2014 coup d’etat, they were hunted down. However, in
Chronicle of struggle of Phongsathon : Sensation of being accused of lese majeste
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Chronicle of struggle of Phongsathon : Sensation of being accused of lese majeste

December 23, 2020
“I’m not going to stop carrying on nor stop speaking out. I’ll continue the fight as long as
LGBTQ+ Thais: The citizens left behind by the law (3)
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LGBTQ+ Thais: The citizens left behind by the law (3)

November 7, 2020
Thailand’s LGBTQ+ community is pushing for the legal protection of gender equality but still faces many obstacles, especially the
Voice of the Isaan’s gender diversity (2)
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Voice of the Isaan’s gender diversity (2)

November 7, 2020
“I believe our Isaan people in the future will definitely be able to accept, love, and be unprejudiced toward LGBTIQ+,
Everywhere, All at Once
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Everywhere, All at Once

October 22, 2020
The youth movement shaking Thailand now is remarkable for its ability to manifest itself seemingly everywhere and at the same
Children’s Revolt
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Children’s Revolt

October 20, 2020
It’s a cliche to say that a given country is at a “crossroad,” but in this case Thailand really is.
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