BALAC (The BA Program in Language and Culture), Faculty of Arts, cordially invites you to Asian Megacities Seminar Speakers: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Christophe Thouny, Ritsumeikan University“Sword Art Online: The Asian Megalopolis as Platformed Reality” Asst. Prof. Dr. Boonlert Visetpricha, Thammasat University“Cognitive Coping Strategies for Homeless People in Manila, the Philippines” Date and Time: Friday, 23 August 2019 from 13.00-16.00 hrs.
The EEC Committee has passed on its final blueprint to the cabinet. The local population has protested, claiming it will destroy 7 communities. A crab from the Bang Pakong River released at Government HouseSource: Anchan Chaiyanw
Three months after the disappearance of Siam Theerawut and two other political refugees, his sister said that the family is still looking for traces of him to send to the various organizations they have asked for help. The demonstration in front of the Thai Embassy in Paris
BALAC, (The BA Program in Language and Culture), Faculty of Arts, cordiallyinvites you to a special lecture :Right-wing extremism in Europe - a challenge for democracy Speaker: Professor Rafal Pankowski, the Institute of Sociology of Collegium Civitas in Warsaw
On 5 August, a second hearing was held at the Criminal Court in Bangkok to examine the grounds in the defamation case brought by Thammakaset Company against Ngamsuk Ruttanasatian, a lecturer in the Institute for Human Rights and Peace (IHRP) at Mahidol University.
On Tuesday (6 August), the Bureau of the Royal Household announced that the condition of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit the Queen Mother has improved, and that she has been discharged from Chulalongkorn Hospital.
Boon Rawd Trading Co., Ltd. and the Mirror Foundation have launched a “Return heart to home” campaign to turn water bottle labels into missing person posters for missing children.
Former National Human Rights Commissioner and activist Angkhana Neelapaijit has been named one of the five recipients of the 2019 Ramon Magsaysay Awards, which will be presented on 9 September 2019 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Manila.
On Friday (2 August), political activist in exile Junya Yimprasert wrote on her Facebook page that members of the protest band Faiyen had left Laos and travelled to France.
Pavin Chachavalpongpun has reported a physical attack against him, confirming growing public concern at his disappearance from Facebook.