AdvertisementTo uphold the global effort in ending violence against women during the 16 Days of activism and to advocate bodily autonomy under the UNFPA’s #bodyright campaign, the Raks Thai Foundation, UNFPA, and Child and Youth Council of Thailand host a panel discussion on bodily autonomy and how the principle can be applied to prevent gender-based violence.
Confirmed for the evening:
Pataradanai Setsuwan, artist, bodily rights activist and training psychotherapist.
Nalutporn Krairiksh, founder of thisable.me
Supaphit Chaiyadit, secretary to the Senate Standing Committee on Social Development and Children, Youth, Women, the Elderly, the Disabled and the Underprivileged affairs.
Moderator: Chonlawit Wongsriwor
The event will be accompanied by opening remarks from Dr. Asa Torkelsson, country director for UNFPA Thailand and representative for UNFPA Malaysia, and closing remarks from by Mr. Promboon Panitchpakdi, executive director of Raks Thai Foundation
Join live in English at: https://zoom.us/j/92656037884?pwd=NVNNQ3J4eW9XeHNWeHN0bjd3TXduQT09
Join live in Thai at: https://www.facebook.com/UnfpaThailand/
Note: This is not an FCCT-organised event. It is a paid function and responsibility for programme content is solely that of the event organiser.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand - FCCT, 518/5 Ploenchit Road, Maneeya Center, Penthouse, Bangkok, Thailand