Thailand Protest

By | April 3, 2014

NGOs, advocacy and popular protest: a case study of Thailand Preecha Dechalert CVO International Working Paper Number 6 Summary During 1997, many Thai NGOs became involved in anti-government protests at local

Of Thailand is still confident of hitting its target of 28 million tourists this year. Juthaporn Rerngronasa, TAT protest at ITB, overshadowing good bookings for the country so far this year. The central government in Madrid wants to approve plans to

Hmong Protest Grave Desecrations In Thailand St. Paul (WCCO) ― Minnesota lawmakers are calling for an international investigation into the desecration of hundreds of Hmong graves in Thailand. About 200 Hmong living in Minnesota rallied at the State Capitol today to protest the mass

But there is little they can do, it seems, but protest. Page 1. including Thailand, South Korea and, most recently, India. India may be particularly sensitive to security issues because of its long-running border disputes

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Allegedly more pro-monarchist stance. People in Thailand often wear yellow to show their allegiance to the king, and one of the protesters’ key claims is that Mr Thaksin

The line yet? Richard who works and lives in Thailand was mobbed by protesters who made him delete his pictures, in what he

INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013 BEIJING: A prominent Chinese legal activist who founded a group that organized small, peaceful protests and dinners

Pattern everywhere there is Muslim immigration. Go here for more on that. North Thailand Buddhists protest mosque construction. Government may abort project (thanks to RV in Thailand

A sense that justice in Thailand is one-sided, a malleable toolmilitary crackdown that crushed the two-month protest and claimed her 25-year-old daughter

The privatisation of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) and teachers protesting against government plans to transfer the control of state

protests continue in Thailand. The protests, which surgedHM the King of Thailand may have forcefully against the protesters. The prime minister

protesters remained on the streets at the two main protest sites on Sunday. “Abhisit must leave Thailand,” Red Shirt leader Veera Musikapong told supporters