The ICJ and Thai Lawyers for Human Rights provided a joint submission to the UN Human Rights Committee for its consideration during the adoption of a list of issues for the examination of the Second Periodic Report of Thailand under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
Maritime movements of the Rohingya and recommendations to improve human rights protection for Rohingya refugees
An analysis of the situation of maritime movements of Rohingya refugees in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea
In partnership with ALTSEAN Burma, Burma Partnership, FORUM-Asia, and the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, APRRN has submitted to the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) an analysis of the situation of maritime movements of Rohingya refugees in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea, including recommendations to improve human rights protection for Rohingya refugees in the ASEAN region.
The Submission was prepared through a series of consultations among civil society organizations, including the ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ ASEAN Peoples Forum 2015 held in Malaysia this year. A series of research, workshops, and consultations among SAPA WGA members and partners were also conducted. The Submission aims to reaffirm human rights as core ASEAN values and principles, and thus should be considered a main component of the ASEAN Community .
The report represents an opportunity for the World Bank to provide policy guidance to governments in the digital age and ensure that investments in Internet technologies promote social and economic opportunity, civic participation, and good governance.
The letter open letter is submitted to the 47th ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting and Endorsed by 58 Organizations/Networks
This submission is the detailed submission (by article) from the Thai civil society in the review of the terms of reference of the AICHR.
This submission is the contribution from the Thai civil society in the review of the terms of reference of the AICHR.