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FROM WHERE I STAND: FROM SURVIVOR OF VIOLENCE TO WOMEN’S RIGHTS ADVOCATE

15 November 2018

Sixteen Days of Activism against Gender Violence

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BEAT THE ABUSERS

27 February 2019

Thailand has long condoned violence against women. Busayapa Srisompong, through her nonprofit organisation Shero, is fighting to change that

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#PROTRAITOFWHRDS: BUSAYAPA SRISOMPONG

27 October 2020

Amnesty International Thailand interviewed Busayapa, founder of SHero, as a part of women rights defender campaign

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#ITHAPPENEDTOMETOO: A SURVIVOR OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HELPING OTHER WOMEN TO RAISE THEIR VOICES

27 October 2017

“Gender-based violence is not just an individual’s issue, it concerns the whole society”

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THE YOUNG WOMAN STANDING UP TO VIOLENCE IN THAILAND

  

26 July 2017

Working alongside a women's rights based organization in Mae Sot, Busayapa is working to challenge attitudes that have normalised violence against women. She is also working to help women to receive justice for violence perpetrated against them.

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THE ACTIVISTS COMMITTED TO DE-NORMALIZING VIOLENCE IN THAILAND

4 December 2018

“But domestic violence is not a private matter. People are afraid to speak out and when they do, society ends up blaming the victim. Law enforcers ask questions that place the burden towards victims instead of the abusers.”