The UK section of the International Solidarity for Thailand Campaign is holding an open planning meeting on Sunday 13th June 2010 from 1pm to 3pm.
Venue: Development House, 56-64 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4LT
Nearest tube: Old Street
The situation in Thailand hasn’t died down but instead worsened since the bloody climax of the military crackdown.
Many people both of Red shirt affiliation and of none are being imprisoned for accessing political websites and newspapers.
We have campaigned against the government and not for Thaksin and seen one of the many political prisoners, an academic, Dr Suthachai Yimprasert released. We have built alliances across Europe, Asia and also in Australia as well as Thailand. However we need to deepen and broaden our bases in the UK.
Amnesty has noted the criminalisation and censorship of the free media/press but there isn’t a campaign.
More suggestions of direct action in solidarity with those fighting against authoritarianism and censorship. Bring your thoughts, criticism, suggestions and friends.
This campaign will continue as long as injustice continues and the Abhisit government continues to act with impunity.
Solidarity with the people of Thailand
The Multicultural Politic is Stephen Fry proof thanks to caching by WP Super Cache