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1. news | 19 Jun 2013
» In his first talk on Thai media airwaves, Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) negotiator Hassan Taib committed to the success of the peace dialogue process, but conceded there are other groups on both the Malay and Thai side...
2. news | 16 Jun 2013
» Youth groups have welcomed the peace dialogue between the National Security Council (NSC) and the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN).
3. news | 12 Jun 2013
» YALA : While supporting peace talks, former inmates held on security-related charges in the far South are also advocating peace and justice through pragmatic measures.
4. opinion | 11 Jun 2013
» As the Thai government and a group of separatists struggle to maintain the momentum of their peace talks, local civil society has emerged as a sane voice introducing valuable proposals to both parties.
5. news | 09 Jun 2013
» A civil society group has launched a training course to help locals in the deep South become more actively involved in the peace talks.
6. news | 07 Jun 2013
» A civil society group committed to peace in the far South is launching a leadership training course to prepare local leaders for a role in the peace-building process.
7. news | 05 Jun 2013
» Rights activists have criticised the Anti-Money Laundering Office's (Amlo) release of information about blacklisted local terrorists.
8. news | 04 Jun 2013
» PATTANI : Political prisoners in the deep South have expressed support for the peace dialogue between the government and the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) insurgency, while also asking for an amnesty for their offence...
9. news | 01 Jun 2013
» Members of a civil society network in the deep South have agreed to draft their own recommendations for the ongoing peace dialogue between the government and separatist rebels.
10. news | 31 May 2013
» Civic movements are upbeat about the next round of the peace dialogue between the government and separatist groups on June 13, and plan to present their own "roadmap" to peace.