Published: Apr 24, 2019
Anti-sexual harassment advocates and legal experts have called on society and the media to stand up against sexual harassment by refusing to tolerate it, and to introduce a new code of conduct against harassment as well as against media malpractice within media organisations.
Published: May 03, 2018
THE THAI Journalists Association (TJA) yesterday called on the ruling National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to revoke at least three of their absolute orders which have hindered freedom of the press and people’s liberties for almost four years since it came to power.
Published: Feb 19, 2018
The Thai Journalists Association is sticking to its position in refusing to disclose details about the recent scandal concerning sexual harassment allegedly committed by a senior media executive.
Published: Jan 30, 2018
A close relationship and trust in the workplace were the key factors that had led to “misunderstanding” and a “sexual harassment-prone situation”, the Thai Journalists Association has concluded in regard to a case of alleged sexual harassment at a media organisation.
Published: Jan 11, 2018
The Thai Journalists Association will hold a meeting to consider the findings of an investigation into alleged sexual harassment by a senior media figure before disclosing the facts to the public, said Poramet Lekpetch, the TJA president on Thursday.
Published: Sep 20, 2017
THE THAI Journalists Association (TJA) yesterday resolved to set up a fact-finding committee comprising experts of various fields to probe allegations that a media executive sexually harassed one of his employees, forcing her to quit her job.
Published: Sep 11, 2017
THE FORMER CHIEF of the Thai Journalists Association (TJA) and a women’s rights scholar on Monday called on the association to establish the truth in regard to the ongoing sex scandal involving a noted senior journalist, as failing to do so would damage the media profession’s credibility.
Published: Apr 11, 2017
It is “regrettable” that the media reform committee has opted for “authoritarianism” in regulating the media industry, Chakkrish Permpool, adviser to the Thai Journalists Association (TJA) and a member of its media ethics panel, said on Tuesday.