Hundreds gather in Bangkok for the 2010 deadly crackdown on a protest.
Nearly 1,000 workers at the Cheng Shi Xin Manufacturing company in Takeo province’s Bati district yesterday staged a walkout after their representative, who was organising a union, was fired.
Hundreds of garment workers protest after their bankrupt employer tried to evade paying owed severance.
A Thai anti-government movement vows to resume its protests.
Hundreds of garment workers formerly employed at the Dai Young factory protest over unpaid March wages.
The Court of Appeal yesterday upheld insurrection convictions against 11 former CNRP activists and officials who were jailed for their involvement in a protest to demand access to Freedom Park following the disputed 2013 election.
Authorities prevent workers from burning tyres in a protest over unpaid wages.
About 400 people representing nearly 600 families return to protest to speed up the resolution of a decade-long land dispute.
Villagers in Svay Chek plan to protest against a company to protect a mountain.
Palestinians readied for new protests along the Gaza border.
30 Protesters gather in front of Sre Ambel city hall demanding solution of a land dispute.
Nearly half of Japanese voters believe Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should quit.
Abe apologies again for causing the loss of confidence in his government amid scandal.
More than a million Americans flooded the streets for tighter gun control.
Bou Rachana announces she will continue her social activism for “genuine democracy”.
Villagers in a land dispute with sugar companies in Koh Kong gather again.
Nearly a hundred protester in Ang Knol rallied for health concerns over the dusty road.
The Ministry of Labour says it was determined to quickly solve all labour disputes.
Spain marked International Women’s Day with an unprecedented national strike.
Nearly 200 villagers in a land dispute violently clashed with police in Kratie province.