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Deep South Watch | ศูนย์เฝ้าระวังสถานการณ์ภาคใต้
Source: สรุปสถิติเหตุการณ์ความไม่สงบในพื้นที่จังหวัดชายแดนภาคใต้ระหว่างวันที่ 1-31 กรกฎาคม พ.ศ.2555. ศูนย์เฝ้าระวังสถานการณ์ภาคใต้ ข้อมูล
People College establish public sphere for community relations
People College was founded by a group of social development workers, academicians and youth who used to be a human rights volunteer in the Three Southernmost Provinces of Thailand. These groups of people were trained in law enforcement and accessing to justice from many organizations that play role in resolve violent crisis in these provinces.
The Protracted Violence amidst the Unstable Political Situation after 2011 Elections
The recent analysis of Srisompob Jitpiromsri shows that the Southern violence over 92 months has formulated the pattern of self-entrapping and protracted conflict, without a proper tool to work out the dilemma directly concerning politics and rearrangement of approaches conducive to the nature of the problems. Meanwhile, the political dynamics parallel to the ongoing violence during 7 years indicates that the new government has derived significant experiences from the past, while facing the challenge if and to what extent it can take on the new approach directly tackling the quintessence of the Southern problems..
Looking through Photographs in the Same 'Shadow of History'
Papan Raksrithong | Published in WeWatchBook "In Between; Restive South" Deep South Photojournalism Issue, 2011 หมายเหตุ: อ่านบทความภาคภาษาไทยได้ที่ http://www.wewatch.in.th/blogs/184 **
7 Years of Deep South Photographs and 170 Years of Photojournalism on Earth
7 Years of Deep South Photographs and 170 Years of Photojournalism on Earth Author : Srisompob Jitpiromsri Translated by Wit Wichaidit หมายเหตุ: อ่านบทความภาคภาษาไทยได้ที่ http://www.wewatch.in.th/blogs/182 **
Interview with Fiona Lloyd
โครงการผู้หญิงภาคประชาสังคมเพื่อสันติภาพและความมั่นคงในชายแดนใต้ Fiona Lloyd is a South African journalist who has co-founded the organization "Reporting for Peace", which engages in teaching journalists how to effectively report on conflicts. She is also the co-author of Gender, Conflict & Journalism, a handbook for journalists published by UNESCO, which can be downloaded at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001439/143925E.pdf
"Thai peace talks come to light" by Anthony Davis
Apparently making the Southern violence more awe-inspiring moments, the Asia Times Online has posted Anthony Davis’s article on newly opening process of peace talks between Thai authorities and the leaders of some underground movements living abroad.
"Peace Dialogue in the Deep South" by Don Pathan
The Nation's Don Pathan reviews the ongoing talks between the government delegation and two insurgent factions that have played a central role in the Southern conflict to reveal the possibilities as well as dificulties behind the scene. The article brings to the attention the critical ideas of some government officials, ex-insurgent leaders, and the former communnist cadre used to collaborate with the Malay-Muslim independent movements. DSW would like to reproduce this interesing piece for further thinking about the future of peace talks in the Deep South conflict and violence.
The Obvious Trend of Violence’s Intensification in the Deep South over 7 Years
The new DSW's report shows that violence has brought about 12,126 victims within 7 years inevitably making Thailand’s southernmost region one of the hotspot, most sensitive areas in the world.