Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal and Suphanut Anekumwong

Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal and Suphanut Anekumwong are student leaders in Thailand
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Opinion: The right side of history

I was on my gap year during the time and studying abroad. My calls for a revolution in our education system would be...

Opinion: Thailand relaxing its student haircut rule is a victory on the road to individualism

In a victory for Thai students everywhere, new regulations governing hair growth for students was published in the Royal Gazette on May...

Opinion: Civil society must help fellow Thais and keep the government in check during this time of crisis

Not long after our student protests article came out, the coronavirus pandemic put a dent into our momentum. The first COVID-19 case...

OPINION: The movement has begun, now we need to organize

In the past week, there were student rallies against the government. Combined, this was the largest political protest since General Prayut Chan-ocha...

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