Judicial prejudice: people with HIV barred from becoming judge

A young man aspires to become a judge. But his dream might be dashed simply because the agency doesn’t accept people living with HIV. Everyone applying for a position is forced to take a blood test. He can only hope that the judiciary will stop stigmatizing people like him, and open up its ranks for everybody equally.

As teen pregnancies soar, Isaan youth calls for better sex-ed

As teenage pregnancies numbers continue to rise, students at Khon Kaen University wonder: “What is wrong with sex education in Thailand?”

“When they knew I had AIDS” – Stigma and shame forces community to find home in a cemetery

Thailand has been widely applauded for its efforts in tackling the HIV epidemic but stigmatization remains a major challenge.