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    Ex-inmates find door to freedom closed

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 10/09/2018

    » Hom was full of hope that once her prison term was over, she could immediately use her intensive training in Thai traditional massage to give her and her children a better life and future. But that was not to be.


    Prayer for the dying: will, morphine, peace

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 23/02/2018

    » My parents were not only my role models in the way they lived their lives as fearless journalists and compassionate human beings, but in the way they passed -- quietly on their beds, in our family home, in the midst of the night, without any fuss, successfully avoiding frantic attempts to prolong their lives.


    Ministry's power trip bad for people's health

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 25/07/2017

    » If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Public health authorities are not paying heed to these cautionary words however, because their plan to fix the National Health Security Act is not about how to better serve the 49 million people under universal healthcare coverage. It's about their own power.


    Kaeng Krachan and the state's charade

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 16/03/2016

    » In his column "From the Prime Minister's Heart" in the government's newsletter, Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha reaffirms his administration's commitment to sustainable development and the sufficiency economy. The gap between words and actions is as wide as an ocean.


    Time for a hard look at orphanages

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 06/08/2014

    » In a society where the numbers of single women with financial security are rising, why are they still barred from seeking adoption and surrogacy services just because the authorities want to protect the traditional mum-and-dad family model that is quickly crumbling?


    Subverting the women's fund

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 23/02/2012

    » Help the mother, and you help her whole family. Who can argue with that? Why then has the 7.7-billion-baht Women's Fund got the thumbs-down from many women's rights groups and legal experts? The answer lies in their common concern regarding abuse for political gain. This is a real concern.


    A victory for the stateless

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 02/02/2012

    » As Rasita Suiyang broke down in tears of joy, others were jumping elatedly in front of parliament on Monday. For Rasita and tens of thousands in Thailand, the jubilation came after 10 years of an uphill legal struggle against ethnic and legal discrimination. All their lives they have had to live with the bitterness of being treated as stateless people without any legal rights in their own motherland.


    Klity Karen left with leaden hearts

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 09/02/2012

    » If you and your children had to suffer from lead poisoning and the court ordered the culprit to compensate you with only 230,000 baht for the crime, would you be happy about it?

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