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1. lifestyle | 28 Jan 2015
» Marc Saxer has never been shy to voice his opinion. Tonight the resident director of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) — and sometimes-contributor to the Bangkok Post — will launch his book, In The Vertigo Of Change, at the...
2. opinion | 26 Jan 2015
Local Concerns: Human Rights
» No sooner had Thai authorities proved some progress had been made in their efforts to tackle human trafficking than new, shameful cases emerged.
3. news | 21 Jan 2015
» Instilling attitudes toward peace among students in the far South requires grit and perseverance among teachers, and the participation of parents and Islamic religious schools, award-winning teachers say.
4. lifestyle | 21 Jan 2015
» When 46-year-old Nikolaus Freiherr von Nostitz, better known as Nick, sent emails to his contacts on Dec 20 seeking financial help, some thought it was a scam. Soliciting donations is uncharacteristic of the outspoken bu...
5. news | 16 Jan 2015
» Efforts to block the extradition of terrorist Jagtar Singh failed after he was deported back to India yesterday.
6. news | 16 Jan 2015
» Thailand’s plan to use prison labour on fishing boats has drawn international condemnation because it does not solve the real cause of human trafficking, which the government says it is trying to address.
7. news | 15 Jan 2015
» Thailand’s plan to use prison labour on fishing boats has drawn international condemnation because it does not address the real cause of human trafficking, which the government says it is trying to address.
8. news | 13 Jan 2015
» The Supreme Administrative Court on Tuesday began hearing an appeal by two former Yala university students for greater compensation for torture and suffering when they were detained under martial law by the military in 2...
9. opinion | 13 Jan 2015
» Having observed Children's Day activities on Saturday, I can't help but think we should stop organising these celebrations.
10. news | 10 Jan 2015
» To mark the 10th anniversary of the tsunami, 130 Australians and New Zealanders are cycling across Thailand to raise 35 million baht for destitute children from six sites run by the Duang Prateep Foundation.