16 Nov 2022
Amnesty International Thailand submitted petitions to the Thai government, APEC host country calling for an end of the bloody crackdown in Myanmar.
7 Nov 2022
Despite mounting international pressure for energy companies to withdraw from Myanmar to prevent the ruling junta from filling its coffers and fuelling airstrikes on civilians, Thai PTT Group continues to own and operate natural gas fields in the country.
13 Oct 2022
For a few tense hours last week, Thai Senator Upakit Pachariyangkun was wanted for arrest in connection with an alleged drug trafficking and money laundering ring operating out of a casino in the Golden Triangle.
6 Sep 2022
On 17 August, 2022, the United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envoy on Myanmar, Noeleen Heyzer, met with State Administration Council (SAC) Chairman Senior General Min Aung Hlaing to convey UN concerns over the country’s deteriorating humanitarian situation.
29 Jul 2022
The execution of four anti-coup activists by the Myanmar junta prompted crowds of Myanmar migrants to protest in Thailand to express solidarity with the deceased. Despite widespread condemnation, calls for action have yet to materialise.
12 Jul 2022
Critics contend that efforts by Thailand’s Prime Minister and the Royal Thai Armed Forces to downplay the significance of an incursion into Thai airspace by a Myanmar MiG-29 fighter place border safety at risk.
5 Jul 2022
15 Jun 2022
In its open letter on 15 June, 677 Myanmar civil societies demanded ASEAN defence ministers not invite the Myanmar minister of defence to attend the upcoming ASEAN Defence Ministers’ Meeting (ADMM).
8 Jun 2022
On 6 June, 199 civil society organisations expressed their support to a statement calling for Myanmar military government to drop the execution ruling over 4 activists.
12 May 2022
As leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meet in the United States for a two-day summit, Amnesty International urges them to spotlight the violence and human rights violations in Myanmar.
6 May 2022
On 3 May 2022, a video footage filmed from the Myanmar side of the border and obtained by Fortify Rights shows uniformed Thai soldiers destroying a footbridge over the Wa Le (also known as the Waw Lay) River, a tributary of the Moei River, which forms part of the border between Thailand and Myanmar.
17 Mar 2022
ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) called on ASEAN to take urgent actions after the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) submitted a report to the UN Human Rights Council which found that the Myanmar military has committed human rights abuses that may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.