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Coup leader and self-appointed Prime Minister Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha must cease absurd claims to be acting in the interests of human rights and democracy, repeal all laws that violate Thailand's international legal obligations and return power to an elected, civilian government.

Thailand’s unelected parliament has no mandate to pass legislation

Scores of proposed bills threaten to compound dismantling of human rights protections in post-coup Thailand, including undermining the National Human Rights Commission and other institutions JAKARTA — Thailand’s military-appointed institutions…

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Open Letter to ASEAN Foreign Ministers on the importance of establishing a genuine regional human rights mechanism

We, as current and former elected representatives in ASEAN member states would like to convey our input to the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Retreat, contributing our suggestions for agenda setting for…

Job Vacancy: Financial and Administrative Officer

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) was founded in June 2013 with the objective of protecting the human rights of the people of ASEAN. A member-based organisation made up of…

Job Vacancy: Media and Communications Officer

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) was founded in June 2013 with the objective of protecting the human rights of the people of ASEAN. A member-based organisation made up of…

Job Vacancy: Programs Manager

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) was founded in June 2013 with the objective of protecting the human rights of the people of ASEAN. A member-based organisation made up of…

Job Vacancy: Program Officer

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) was founded in June 2013 with the objective of protecting the human rights of the people of ASEAN. A member-based organisation made up of…