ReligionLink offers resources for covering the ongoing crisis over the Rohingya people.
David Scott Mathieson is the senior researcher on Myanmar/Burma in the Asia Division of Human Rights Watch.
World Fellowship of Buddhists, with headquarters currently in Bangkok, is an international Buddhist organization. The WFB mission includes the propagation of Buddhism, promotion of solidarity and unity of Buddhists all over the world. There are more than 140 regional centers in 37 countries worldwide.
Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen, an ancient Buddhist temple established by royalty, is both a temple and a school in Bangkok that houses a large population of monks and nuns.
Sathira Dhamasathan Center in Bangkok is a meditation and learning community for peace and harmony that has programs open to people regardless of age and gender. Mae Chee Sansanee Sthirasuta, a Buddhist nun who is renowned in Thailand for her teachings and humanitarian efforts, founded the center in 1987. The center believes that every human […]
National Office of Buddhism is a Thailand-based organization that aims to protect and promote the prosperity of Buddhism in the country, operating under the prime minister’s office.
Read a Dec. 16, 2012, story in the online magazine Awaken about a female Buddhist monk in Thailand and the obstacles she has faced.
NightLight International works to prevent commercial sexual exploitation and help its victims escape from it by providing alternative employment and other assistance. CEO Annie Dieselberg founded the organization in 2005 after years of missionary work in Thailand with her husband, an evangelical pastor. In Bangkok, NightLight operates as a business and as a nonprofit; in the […]
Read a Jan. 3, 2014, Religion News Service story about efforts to end the sex trade in Thailand and how American evangelicals in particular are working to help women break free of it.