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International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances – 30 August 2020 อ่านภาษาไทยด้านล่าง (Thai version below) BANGKOK (28 August 2020) – Expressing profound concern over reports of enforced disappearances that have continued in a number of countries across South-East Asia, the UN Human Rights Office is urgently calling on States in the region to criminalize […]
International Day Against Nuclear Tests – 29 August 2020 SUVA (28 August 2020) – States across the Pacific must come together and show international solidarity to ensure the region’s past nuclear legacy does not endanger the human rights of future generations, the UN Human Rights Office for the Pacific said in […]
BANGKOK (25 August 2020) – The UN Human Rights Office for South-East Asia urged the Myanmar Government to embrace the opportunity of a looming national election to take a new and fully inclusive democratic path, and to address the root causes of violations and abuses suffered by ethnic minorities. On 25 August 2017, Myanmar’s military […]
SALAYA, Thailand (21 Aug. 2020) – “Skilled, knowledgeable and creative human rights defenders are needed the world over, more now than ever. It takes courage, passion, maturity, steadiness and of course humility to do your work – a profession and a calling that is arguably one of the most complex, difficult and dangerous,” OHCHR South-East Asia […]
อ่านภาษาไทยด้านล่าง (Thai version below) BANGKOK (17 July 2020) – After more than a decade of deliberation, it is critical that the proposed law criminalising torture and enforced disappearance in Thailand meet international human rights standards to ensure both prevention and justice for these heinous crimes, the UN Human Rights Office for South-East Asia said today. […]
GENEVA (15 July 2020) – The UN’s new Special Rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar has questioned whether this year’s elections scheduled for November will be free and fair. “The people of Myanmar deserve a free and fair election this November,” Thomas Andrews told the UN Human Rights Council, “and this includes respect for the […]
SUVA (10 July 2020) – The UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are calling on Pacific States to ensure that all migrants are provided with access to basic healthcare and essential income support, particularly in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Of particular concern is the situation of temporary seasonal […]