#CEDAW: Powering Local Women To Be At The Center of Thailand’s Human Rights Narrative!
Local Women Voices are now captured in our Joint Civil Society CEDAW Report!
On 7 October 2022, we submitted our Joint Civil Society CEDAW Report to inform the List of Issues to be considered by the CEDAW Committee. This Joint Civil Society Report is a result of our CEDAW workshop, in collaboration with women’s rights groups, members of the Thai CSOs Coalition for the UPR and the Thai Business and Human Rights (BHR) Network, and was also informed by our UPR factsheets ‘Everything you need to know about #WhatsHappeningInThailand’ issued for Thailand’s 3rd UPR cycle, and our Joint CERD Shadow Report ‘Thailand is a Paradise but only for the 1%’.
Find out more: Thailand UPR III Factsheets on Khon Isaan, Women Subjected to Male Violence in Intimate Relationships, Indigenous Women, Sex Workers Rights, Human Trafficking, Safe Abortion, Armed Conflicts in SPB, People and Planet over Profit, Situation of LGBTIQ+ Persons, People Living with HIV, Persons with Disabilities, Elderly Rights, and Thailand’s False Climate Solutions
Find out more: Thailand UPR III Joint Submissions on Indigenous Women’s Rights, SOGIESC Rights, Land-Related Rights, Elderly Rights, Armed Conflict & the Human Rights Situation in the SBP, and Safe Abortion