Mae Hong Son on Wednesday presented Thai citizenship identification cards to 417 formerly stateless children and young people who were born to foreigners living in the northern province.

The Royal Thai Governments Major Achievement on Resolving Statelessness: Success Case in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand


[1] This report is originally written in Thai by Tuenjai Deetes and Darunee Paisarnpanichakul and translated into English for the first publishing and presenting to the International Seminar on Legal Problems pertaining to Nationality and Rights of Citizenship in Thailand, 10th July 2017, Bangkok, Thailand. 

On May Day, labour activists across Thailand assembled to call for a better welfare state and fair working conditions.

International Workers’ Day this year — 1 May 2017 or ‘May Day’ — saw the Rangsit Labour Union travelled to Pathumtani to deliver a petition to the provincial governor. The petition stakes eight demands:      ....