Red Shirts rally towards the Thai Parliament

Red Shirt members of the Radio Broadcasters for Democracy movement were heading to the parliament with the intention of submitting a letter to the senate speaker demanding the removal of the nine Constitution Court judges. As part of the Thai Government in freedom of peaceful assembly, the rally went on as planned, monitored by the […]

10,000 Thai Women with Cervical Cancer Every Year

Thailand’s Public Health Ministry has a right to be worried. Cervical cancer cases among Thai women have been increasingly. The Deputy Public Health Minister Cholanan Srikaew said that cervical cancer is now the second-most threatening health issue for Thai women, especially those in a working age and the elderly. Mr. Cholanan stated: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra […]

BMA neglects Health Care in Bangkok

Health care for the poor has been neglected in the city by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) who is responsible for the residents and the people living, working in all sectors. The BMA is empowered by its own funding and authority to ensure that everyone in the city-province have access to their basic rights. But […]

Thailand Dreams about Democracy for All

Over the decades, Thailand has gone through many many phases of ideological experimentation. Sometimes it has worked and sometimes is has not. Even though Thai society has experienced many civil unrest and neo-fascist growth, we are not without hope. The majority of us want to see peace through a system called democracy. But this is […]

Red Shirts Demonstrate against Sexist Cartoonist Somchai

Red Shirts Demonstrate against Sexist Cartoonist Somchai About 100 red-shirts rallied in front of the head office of Thai Rath newspaper on Vibhavadi Rangsit road on Tuesday afternoon, demanding action against cartoonist Somchai Katanyutanan, better known by his pen name Chai Ratchawat. The red-shirts, led by Chatchawal Kritchanasut and Jutipong Poommoon, demanded to know what action the […]

Bangkok Police prepared for UDD rally at Constitutional Court

Bangkok Police prepared for UDD rally at Constitutional Court The Metropolitan Police Bureau are ready to control the protesting crowd at the Constitutional Court, after the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) announced a plan to heighten its rally on Wednesday.  Deputy Metropolitan Police chief Maj. Gen. Parinya Chansuriya revealed on Tuesday that 18 […]