29 May 2015
“Hearing out”: A bridge builder among different views and a country with an open mind
Thailand listens to the views of all countries and stakeholders on human rights issues, taking into account their national specificities, and advocate a constructive approach in addressing both the interests and concerns of all countries in their endeavors to promote and protect human rights, through dialogue and cooperation.
Thailand is Party to seven out of nine international human rights instruments and are in the process of ratifying the eighth one. We take into high consideration comments and recommendations of relevant treaty bodies in order to improve the human rights situation in our country.
The Thai Government attaches importance to engagement with all stakeholders, including civil society, in the improvement of human rights situations.