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Civil unions bill to be tabled in Thai parliament

Civil unions bill to be tabled in Thai parliament

2013-09-20
The Thai Ministry of Justice announced that it would work with the House of Representatives Committee on Laws, Justice and Human Rights to push draft legislation on civil unions for same-sex couples.
On the road to legalising same-sex relationships: Thailand and Vietnam

On the road to legalising same-sex relationships: Thailand and Vietnam

2013-08-30
What exactly is happening in Thailand and Vietnam on law reform to recognise same-sex relationships? Doug Sanders, back home in Thailand from two weeks in Hanoi, reports.
Thai university introduces two LGBT courses, a first in the ASEAN region

Thai university introduces two LGBT courses, a first in the ASEAN region

2013-07-08
One of the top three universities in Thailand has introduced two LGBT courses, a breakthrough in the country and the region. Doug Sanders reports from Bangkok.
A gay tom romp

A gay tom romp

2013-06-20
A new low-budget comedy continues the Thai film world's love affair with Tom lesbians, and non-lady-boy gay men. There is only one kathoey character in the film, reports Doug Sanders from Bangkok, a departure from the standard Thai queer comedies.
Asia is becoming more LGBTI-friendly... incrementally

Asia is becoming more LGBTI-friendly... incrementally

2013-06-04
Asia is becoming more LGBTI friendly. Change is not dramatic but incremental, says Douglas Sanders, a long-time activist and Professor Emeritus in Law at Canada's University of British Columbia and Thailand's Chulalongkorn University.
Two US Supreme Court appeals: A backgrounder

Two US Supreme Court appeals: A backgrounder

2013-03-27
Two historic appeals on marriage are being argued in the US Supreme Court this week. One is a challenge to the federal Defense of Marriage Act. The other is about an amendment to the state constitution in California. Douglas Sanders, Professor Emeritus in Law at Canada’s University of British Columbia and Thailand's Chulalongkorn University, provides a backgrounder to the two cases.
450 representatives at the world’s largest LGBT conference in Sweden

450 representatives at the world’s largest LGBT conference in Sweden

2012-12-19
The International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) met in Stockholm, Sweden from Dec 10 to 16. Fridae correspondent Doug Sanders reports.
ILGA Asia regional conference 29-31 March in Bangkok

ILGA Asia regional conference 29-31 March in Bangkok

2012-12-19
From snowy Stockholm, Doug Sanders reports on new life in ILGA Asia.
The ASEAN declaration – Good news or bad news?

The ASEAN declaration – Good news or bad news?

2012-10-09
We now know what the draft ASEAN Human Rights Declaration will say. Is it good news or bad news for LGBTI? Douglas Sanders looks at the issues.
Born free and equal: New UN report supports the protection of the human rights of LGBT people

Born free and equal: New UN report supports the protection of the human rights of LGBT people

2012-09-17
A new UN report Born Free and Equal presents the UN's new view that LGBT Rights are part of international human rights law. The report tells many grim stories of abuse – but equally, there are appealing pictures of gay parades and rainbow flags. Douglas Sanders reports.

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