Silencing human rights activists who highlight human rights violations will not solve the problem of torture and other
In Bangkok, Thailand’s authorities prevented Amnesty International from proceeding with the launch of "Make Him Speak by Tomorrow: Torture and Other
"The Thai authorities should be addressing torture, not human rights activists doing their legitimate work. Instead of threatening us with arrest and prosecution, they should be holding the perpetrators of torture accountable. It is an appalling state of affairs when speaking up for human rights can be criminalized but torture continues with impunity," said Minar Pimple, Amnesty International’s Senior Director, Global Operations.