Department of Peace and Conflict Research

A Seminar on the Situation in Southern Thailand: Violence, Politics and Prospects for Peace

2018-06-13

We are happy to announce that on Tuesday next week (19 June), we will host a special seminar, with presentations from two guests of the Australian National University.

Rungrawee Chalermsripinyorat is a PhD candidate at the ANU's Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs (Department of Political and Social Change). She became an expert on violent conflict in Thailand’s predominantly Malay-Muslim South during her career as a journalist with the Nation and Associated Press and later as a political analyst with International Crisis Group. She has since been working as a consultant for UNDP and other international NGOs on Southern Thailand.

Daungyewa Utarasint focuses her research on conflict and violence in Thailand’s Deep South. She is also a PhD candidate at the ANU's Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs (Department of Political and Social Change). Formerly, she taught at the Department of Political Science, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani.

When? Tuesday, 19 June, 11-13h
Where? Room 6227, Gamla Torget 6, Uppsala

We are looking forward to seeing you at the seminar!