Activist Lertsak Kumkongsak tells his story of why he joined the “We Walk” campaign.
Human rights NGO worker Nattawut Uppa tells his story of why he joined the “We Walk” campaign.
The Isaan Record02/15/2018
The Northeast has been hit hard by human rights violations in the past three years. After studying in Khon Kaen for one semester, an American college student reflects on her experiences engaging with issues of human rights and environmental justice in Isaan.
The Isaan Record12/12/2017
“Human rights is not something we are given,” stated Ombun Thipsuna, from the Network of Community Organization Council of Seven Northeastern Provinces in the Mekong Basin. “We have human rights because we are human, and that fact entitles us to live with certain rights and freedoms.”
The Isaan Record12/04/2017
Among heavy security presence, hundreds of Isaan community members and foreign missions from five countries gathered at a rare human rights event last week in Maha Sarakham.
The Isaan Record12/03/2017
Khon Kaen University authorities approved a human rights event after deeming it “too sensitive” the year before. The event was organized by a student group and Amnesty International Thailand.
The Isaan Record10/05/2017
Khon Kaen’s urban poor often have no appropriate access to water despite their constitutional right to “quality water resources adequately for the consumption by people,” as stated in Article 72 of Thailand’s new constitution.
The Isaan Record06/12/2017
Thailand’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) launched its first regional office in the Northeast amid continuing concerns about the human rights situation in the country.
The Isaan Record02/27/2017
A small school in Nong Khai Province is setting an example in adhering to Thailand’s human rights obligations seeing its Lao pupils become student leaders. But hundreds of thousands of other migrant students are left unschooled.