Dear Asian Commission on Human Rights สำนักงานคณะกรรมการกำกับเอเชียสิทธิมนุษยชน Westley Square, Hoi Yuen Road Hong Kong, China –
I was an English teacher in Pattaya, Thailand for 2 years. In the past 6 months, the Thai teachers at the school began to strike and hit the students more and more, to the point that I could not walk around the campus without seeing students struck with canes. I found that this practice is illegal by Thai law and has been for over 8 years. I started documenting instances of teachers hitting students, and I complained to teachers, the administration and the police. Nothing happened and the assaults on students continued, with belligerent contempt on the part of teachers and the administration. They trumped up a bad review on me a fired me, despite exceptionally good documented reports delivered to me only weeks before.
I complained to the mayor, the newspapers and the media, and I have also filed a complaint, affidavit and video evidence with the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights.
I would also like to make you aware of what is happening, and respectfully request any additional advice or support you might be able to provide.
Copy of AFFIDAVIT-signed
Copy of Complaint-to-ASEAN
Copy of AbuseRecord Affifavit
Copies of Evidence delivered to police and mayor.
All data available in this directory
I am not worried about my job, I simply want the abuse against my students to be addressed and to stop.