Year 2022

Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR)

  • 18th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 5 January
  • 19th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 19 January
  • 20th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 2 February
  • 21st #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 16 February
  • 22nd #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 3 March

bkk UNZINE, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Thailand, SAKURA Thailand

  • BKK Comics Art Festival (Exhibition) on 10-22 May
  • BKK Comics Art Festival (Convention) on 14-15 May

Burma Spring Film Festival (BSFF)

  • Film Screening and Discussion “This Kind of Love” on 5 February
  • Film Screening and Discussion “Irrawaddy Mon Amour” on 12 February

Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT)

  • Photo Exhibition “Women Out on the Streets for a New Burma” on 24 January to 11 February
  • Fundraising night: “Celebrating resilience: sounds, images, poetry and tastes of Myanmar” on 24 January

Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)

Series of Six-monthly Webinars: “Towards Safe Southeast Asia-Europe Migration Corridors”

  • Beyond well-trodden paths: Transnational migration in Southeast Asia on 6 June

Human Rights Art Initiative, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, Asia Democracy Network

  • Exhibition “Stand for Democracy in Myanmar” on 26 April – 8 May
  • Launch of Exhibition “Stand for Democracy in Myanmar” on 26 April

Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University

Series of Bi-monthly Events: Wednesday SEA Mobilities

  • Migrant Workers and Border Crossing During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Thailand on 23 February
  • New Chinese Migrants in Thailand on 27 April

Raise Three Fingers (RTF) and Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR)

  • Exhibition “Defiant Art: A Year of Resistance to the Myanmar Coup in Images” on 18 January – 13 February
  • Accompanying Exhibition Event “Defiant Art: A Year of Resistance to the Myanmar Coup in Images” on 22 January

Year 2021

ALTERSEA – Observatory of Political Alternatives in Southeast Asia

  • International Webinar “Alternative Solutions in Facing Covid-19 Across Southeast Asia” on 18 February
  • 1st ALTERSEA Videoconference: Alter-political Engagements Across Southeast Asia on 7-9 July

Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR)

  • 7th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 3 August
  • 8th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 20 August
  • 9th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 3 September
  • 10th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 16 September
  • 11th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 29 September
  • 12th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 13 October
  • 13th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 27 October
  • 14th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 10 November
  • 15th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 24 November
  • 16th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 8 December
  • 17th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 22 December

Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), Women’s League of Burma (WLB), Myanmar Photo Project Collective

  • Photo Exhibition “Women Out on the Streets for a New Burma” on 23 November – 5 December
  • Virtual Launch of Photo Exhibition “Women Out on the Streets for a New Burma” on 25 November
  • Closing Performance of Photo Exhibition “Women Out on the Streets for a New Burma” on 4-5 December (in collaboration with Wanny Angerer in Moving Cultures)

Asia Research Centre at Universitas Indonesia (ARC – UI)

  • สังคมศาสตร์ไทยในวิกฤตโควิด 19: การ(ไม่)มีบทบาทและความสำคัญ on 19 November
  • Social Sciences and COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: (Non-)Role and (In)Significance on 24 November

Bangkok Tribune

Series of Dialogue Forum 1 (Year 2) in Thai

  • “Green Finance and Policy Interventions: The Critical Challenges to Our Future Green Growth” on 27 July
  • “Lessons Learned from the 2021 World Heritage Sites: The Future of Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex” on 31 August
  • “Lessons Learned from the 2021 World Heritage Sites: From Khao Yai, Luang Prabang, to Liverpool City, the region’s World Heritages in Danger?” on 7 September
  • Biodiversity Forum: iNaturalist, the rise of Citizen Science in Global Biodiversity Policy? On 4 October
  • “Racing to Save the World’s Disappearing Biodiversity” on 29 October
  • “From Paris to Glasgow, the Climate Turning Point?” on 9 November
  • “From Paris to Glasgow, COP 26 and Implications on Thailand’s Climate Policies” on 2 December

Human Rights Watch

  • Regulating – or Ruling– Civil Society in Thailand? on 8 April
  • การควบคุม (หรือครอบงำ) ภาคประชาสังคมในไทย? on 22 April

Kirana Productions

Documentary Screening and Discussion “Padauk: Myanmar Spring” on 10 December

Kisahpedia and Gusdurian Thailand

  • Film Screening and Discussion “Becoming Girl” on 26 September
  • Film Screening and Discussion “Sepanjang Jalan Satu Arah” on 2 October

Mekong Cultural Hub

From Fear to Resilience: Artists Amid the Pandemic on 17 July

Rapid Asia

Report Discussion “From the Rice Paddy to the Industrial Park” in Myanmar

The Irrawaddy

  • 1st #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 25 March
  • 2nd #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 8 April
  • 3rd #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 22 April
  • 4th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 6 May
  • 5th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 20 May
  • 6th #WhatsHappeninginMyanmar Bi-weekly Updates on 3 June

Year 2020

Asian Research Center for Migration
International Conference “Weaving the Threads of Migration, Sustainable Development and The Pandemic” on 17 December

Bangkok Tribune
Series of dialogue forum (in Thai)
1: “Digital Disruption and a Push for Sound Public Policies” on 14 May,
2: “The State of the Environment in Post COVID-19 Our Wild, Our Climate” on 18 June,
3: “Ending Wildlife Trade and Habitat Exploitation in Post COVID-19 Our Wild, Our Climate” on 30 June,
4: “The Mekong Runs Dry? Governance in transition: A close look at current rules and geopolitics at play” on 29 July,
5: “Surge in Plastic Waste During COVID-19 and the Roadmap Towards Sustainable Plastic Waste Management” on 26 August,
6: A Ban on Toxic Farm Chemicals: Thailand’s Long Road to Food Safety and the “(safe) Kitchen of the World” on 30 September,
7: “Thailand’s Hazardous Waste Situation and Efforts to Clear the World’s Trash Bin” on 29 October,
8: “The Environmental Challenges under Thailand’s Constitutions: Progress and Setbacks” on 24 November,
9: “Green Recovery: Moving beyond the Pandemic” on 22 December

Focus on the Global South
Report launch “Trump and the Asia-Pacific: The Persistence of American Unilateralism” on 6 March

Fourcolours Film and Jaringan GUSDURian Thailand (GUSDURian Thailand Network or JKT)
Screening film “Kucumbu Tubuh Indahku” (Memories of My Body) on 14 November

Mekong Migration Network (MMN)
Photo exhibition “Resilience and Uncertainty: Mekong Migrant Workers Amid the Pandemic Downturn” on 15-20 December

Rapid Asia Co., Ltd. and TRIANGLE in ASEAN & Safe and Fair
Public discussion of “Public Attitudes Towards Migrant Workers in Asia” on 4 November

School of Global Studies, Thammasat University
Public info session of “Master of Arts in Social Innovation and Sustainability (MAS)” on 4 March and classes (Closed event) on “Health and Health Care in Southeast Asia” and “Migration in Southeast Asia”  for the Master Program students in Social Innovation & Sustainability on 6 and 8 March

The International Institute of Peace and Development Studies (IIPDS)
Lecture (Closed event) on “Gender, Peace and Security” on 3 March

CHCI Global Humanities Institute 2020-2021
Virtual webinar series of “New Migrant Worker Precarity under Covid-19, Repatriation” on 25 November

World Bank Group
Painting exhibition “Thailand Young Artists: Our Country, Our Future” on 21-26 January

Year 2019

  • ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR)
    Panel discussion “AICHR @10: A Better Future for Human Rights in ASEAN?” on 30 April
  • Asian Institute of Technology, Department of Development and Sustainability (AIT-DDS) 
    Class on Gender and Philanthropy in Southeast Asia” for the AIT Course “Gender, Enterprise and Organization” Students on 15 October
  • ATD Fourth World Thailand
    Panel discussion “The Hidden Dimensions of Poverty in Asia” on 14 November
  • Bangkok Social Research Club
    Lecture “Informal Architecture in South East Asian Cities” on 26 April
  • Beyond Food
    Panel discussion “Street Vendors and the Right to the City” on 29 March
  • Cemara 6 Gallery
    Painting exhibition “Perempuan-Perempuan Menggugat (Women of Indonesia Accuse) on 21-31 August in Indonesia
  • Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
    Panel discussion “How Safe is ASEAN for Women?” on 11 Sept
  • Cross-Cultural Foundation (CrCF), Association for the Prevention of Torture (APT) & Real Frame
    Photo exhibition “Gray Zones” during 11-23 June
  • Chulalongkorn University, Master in International Development Studies (MAIDS) & Very Inclusive Party (VIP)
    Short film screening and panel discussion “Double Discrimination: LGBTI Persons with Disabilities” on 6 April
  • Empower Foundation
    Photo exhibition and the opening “Sex Work is OUR Work” during 15-17 November
  • Forum for Family Planning and Development, Inc
    Learning exchange “Southeast Asian on Sexual and Reproductive Health” on 5 March
  • Graduate Institute Geneva (IHEID), The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), and Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute (CUSRI)
    Public speech on “Gender, Land and the Right to Food in Southeast Asia” on 22 July
  • Green Laos Community Volunteers (GLCV)
    Movie screening “Let’s Love” and discussion with the Director on “LGBTQI community in Laos” on 9 February
  • HomeNet South-East Asia
    Panel discussion “The Mirage of UHC for Informal Workers in Southeast Asia” on 12 September
  • Italian Embassy in Thailand
    The 5th event of the “The Rice of Southeast Asia” Series: Photo Exhibition “Rice Terraces in the Greater Mekong Sub-region” during 3-15 December
  • Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU) and Shoklo Malaria Research Unit (SMRU)
    Photo & art exhibition “In Our Voices: Health & Resilience along the Thailand-Myanmar Border” on 15-27 October
  • Manushya Foundation, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), FHI360: The Science of Improving Lives, and The International Center for Non-for-Profit Law (ICNL)
    Launch of the report “CSO Sustainability Index in Thailand” on 3 December
  • Mekong Migration Network (MMN) & Asian Institute of Technology, Department of Development and Sustainability (DDS)
    Panel discussion and launch of the report “Jobs in SEZs: Migrant Garment Factory Workers in the Mekong Region” on 3 July
  • Ruam Chauy
    Public forum “How We Talk About Sexual Assault” on 27 April
  • School of Global Studies, Thammasat University, Partners Asia, and BEAM Education Foundation
    Panel discussion “Creating Inclusive Education in Thailand’’ on 4 December
  • UNFPA, TICAH (Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health), Nest Collective, and the Performance Collective
    Africa-Asia Textile Exhibition “FABRIC OF BEING” at the ICPD25 Nairobi Summit on 12-14 November

Year 2018

  • Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)
    Public talk “Visualizing Feminist Environmental Justice” on 5 August
  • Advocacy Network against Killings in the Philippines (ANAK)
    Public Talk “The Impact of Duterte’s Economic Policies on EFCs and Their Families” on 12 May
  • Asia Resource Foundation (ARF)
    Class (Closed Event) “Gender, Peace and Security” for the International Institute of Peace and Development Studies (IIPDS)
  • Bangkok Social Research Group
    Public discussion “Waste to Energy Industry: The Plight of Waste Management in Thailand” on 12 December
  • Chula Unisearch, Equity Initiative, The Atlantic Philanthropies, & China Medical Board
    Premiere of short documentary and panel discussion “Living Beyond “30 Baht”” on 20 July
  • Cross Cultural Foundation
    Public discussion: “Women in the Deep South” on 19 December
  • EarthRights International (ERI)
    Panel discussion and report launch “Earth Rights Defenders in Southeast Asia- Tackling the Challenges?” on 13 December
  • Embassy of Indonesia
    Shadow play “The Well and the Gold Nugget” by Jumaadi in collaboration with the “Shadow Factory” collective of East Java on 12-13 May
  • Embassy of Indonesia
    Movie screening “LIMA (FIVE)” on 25 July
  • Focus on the Global South
    Public discussion “SEZs in the Greater Mekong Sub-region: A Win-Win Solution? ” on 23 June
  • Foundation for the Rights of Disadvantaged Population & Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN)
    Film screening: “The Staging Post” on 24 October
  • Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) & Asian Research Center for Migration (ARCM)
    Public discussion ‘”Life after Trafficking” on 10 May
  • Gusdurian & Fellowship Fund of Human Rights Program of Mahidol University
    Walk-in children and youth drawing competition “Coloring the World for Peace and Tolerance” on 15-16 December
  • Indonesian Institute of the Arts and Theater & Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
    Traditional and contemporary performing arts “Dazzling Dances of Indonesia” on 14 January
  • MIG-RIGHT Project, GVC (Gruppo di Volontariato Civile), Labor Rights Promotion Network Foundation (LPN) & Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW)
    Public discussion “Cambodia-Thailand Migration Management: Failing Migrants?” on 6 May
  • Partners Asia
    Public discussion “A Digital Revolution for Southeast Asian Women and Girls?” on 17 October and Book launch “Ensuring a Square Meal: Women and Food Security in Southeast Asia” on 1 December
  • Rapid Asia
    Public discussion “Outcomes of Labor Migration in Southeast Asia” on 20 January
  • The Advocacy Network against Killings in the Philippines (ANAK)
    Panel discussion “The Impact of Duterte’s Economic Policies on OFWs and their Families” on 12 May
  • The Equity Initiative (EI), Ashoka Thailand & Foundation for Leadership Development Network for Health (LN4H)
    Public discussion “Towards Justice in Health in ASEAN?” on 31 January
  • TIFA and Panna Foto Institute
    Photo exhibition “Scapegoating the Other in Jakarta” on 6-9 December
  • Transitional Justice Asia Networks (TJAN), Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), The Cross Cultural Foundation (CrCF)
    Video screening and panel discussion “Demanding Accountability in Asia” on 11 September (preceded by two-day workshop for members)
  • World Vision
    Event series (Public discussion & Photo exhibition) “Born in Limbo” on 26 August & 4-9 September

Year 2017

  • Asiatopia International Performance Art and E-Shann Way Magazine
    Series of event on the “Rice of Southeast Asia”. Series 1st: Public lecture on “Origin of Tai Ancient Culture” on 13 May, 2nd: Art performance “Rice Tales” on 12 August, 3rd  : Music performance “Tarawangsa Harvesting Music”, and 4th Workshop to create “CACALAN: Balinese Rice-dough Offering Figures” on 14 October
  • Diaspora Network Thailand
    Angklung class on 8 and 22 April
  • Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Bangkok
    Contribution of Javanese royal dance for the “Facing Trance in Indonesia” on 18 February
  • E-Shann Ways Magazine
    1st public lecture “Origin of Tai Ancient Rice Culture” in the series event “Rice of Southeast Asia” on 13 May
  • Garaveck
    Art performance “Telling the stories of Laos” on 11 June
  • Gender and Development Studies, Department of Development and Sustainability, School of Environment, Resources and Development at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
    Class (Closed Event) on “Philanthropy in Southeast Asia” on 11 October
  • Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
    Closed meeting of “GAATW-IS Consultation” on 9 November
  • Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP), Mahidol University
    Book launching “When Blood and Bones Cry Out: The Soundscape of Healing and Reconciliation in Thai Society” (In Thai language) on 21 May
  • International Studies (ASEAN – China) Program, Thammasat University and Film Kawan
    Movie screening “Jihad Selfie” and public discussion “Preventing Extremism” on 17 June
  • Irene Diyah, Decita Tulyastri and Pungki Utami
    Launching and discussion of the book “Bangkok Rasa Lokal” on 25 June and 2 July
  • Jim Thompson Farm
    1st public lecture “Origin of Tai Ancient Rice Culture” in the series event “Rice of Southeast Asia” on 13 May
  • Master of Arts in International Development Studies (MAIDS) of Chulalongkorn Universities
    Orientation classes for MAIDS Students on ASEAN and Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) Regional Integration on 25 July
  • Migrating out of Poverty Research Programme Consortium, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Sussex
    Photo exhibition and panel discussion “Precarious Migration; Voices of Undocumented Cambodian Migrants” on 15 January
  • Night Crawlers of Manila
    Photojournalism “Against the Filipino War on Drugs” on 10 December
  • Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA)
    Creative workshop “Nurturing vs Punishingon 2 July
  • Southeast Asia Researcher Network on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SEARN) Initiative
    Regional workshop on “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SEARN-SRHR)” on 3 October

Year 2016

  • Asiatopia
    Asiatopia Performance Conference Southeast Asia on 13-21 October
    Public lecture “LBGT Right under Siege in Indonesia” on 29 November
  • Asia Centre
    Inaugural Panel “Confronting Elusiveness: Demanding Accountability in Southeast Asia” with the Asia Centre on 25 June
  • Bangkok Arts and Culture Center (BACC)
    Asiatopia Performance Conference Southeast Asia on 13-21 October
  • Center for ASEAN Studies, Chiang Mai University
    Photo Exhibition and Documentary “The Campers: Micro-Cosmopolitanism of the Refugee’s World” 20 November
  • Chulalongkorn University, Political Sciences Faculty
    Book launching “Globaliation and Democracy in Southeast Asia” on 13 October
  • Chulalongkorn University, Southeast Asia Studies
    Lecture on migration in Southeast Asia for MA students on 25 November
  • Equity Initiative
    Panel discussion on migration, human rights and health on 16 August
  • Mekong Migrant Network (MMN)
    Panel discussion and photo exhibition “Beyond Tolerance: Living Together with Migrants” on 8 October. 
  • One Myanmar
    Documentary screening, panel discussion and book presentation on diversity in contemporary Myanmar on 17 and 18 December
  • Public Policy Studies Institute Foundation (PPSIF)
    2nd Conversation on Regional Development: Chinese Tourism in Southeast Asia: A Blessing for All? On 22 November
  • Southeast Asia Studies, School of Liberal Arts, Walailak University
    Thai-Regional Studies: Key Trends in ASEAN Research at Walailak University on 9 September
  • Thammasat University, MA Program in Global Health
    Lecture on impacts of ASEAN regional integration on health and health care for MA students