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Enforced Disappearances in Thailand

On 30 August 2017, I attended a seminar on the International Day Of The Victims Of Enforced Disappearance: Human Rights Defenders & The Disappeared Justice… 1,365 more words

Enforced Disappearance

Updated: Soldiers, deaths and unlikely coincidences

After quite a period of media silence, The Nation reports that the case of murdered activist Chaiyapoom Pasae is finally seeing some legal movement.

It is reported that the Chiang Mai Provincial Court will be handling Chaiyapoom’s case and another involving the death of Abe Sae Moo. 331 more words

Memorizing the disappeared in Syria

via Daily Prompt: Memorize

Yesterday was the International Day of the Disappeared. It was a day to memorize those that Assad’s  regime wants us to forget. 249 more words


Supreme Court confirms double standards

The only standards promoted by Thailand judiciary are double standards. This has been demonstrated time and again, and most especially since the illegal 2014 military coup. 323 more words


Siva was a young man of 30 years.

He was dark, tanned by the Northern sun

A fisherman, who went past
Mannar Island every third day. 237 more words


Ghost Wars: The War on Terror and those who are ‘Disappeared’

On the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, guest-bloggers Professor Caroline Kennedy-Pipe and Dr Thomas Waldman lay bare the scope and ongoing toll of disappearance as a tool of war. 2,490 more words


Further updated: Reporting Yingluck’s disappearance

The military dictatorship states that it did “not allow former premier Yingluck Shinawatra to flee the country…”. It makes this statement due to the widespread view that her no-show at court and her reported flight could have only been possible with junta support. 741 more words