The government of Yingluck Shinawatra has not yet fulfilled her promise to give priority to human rights. No one has been held responsible for the 98 dead and more than 2,000 injured during the 2010 “Red Shirt” demonstrations. Thai authorities enforce censorship and prosecute activists under computer and lese majeste (insulting the monarchy) laws. In the southern border provinces, separatist insurgents attack civilians including government teachers, and state security forces torture and “disappear” people with impunity. Thai authorities ignore rights abuses against migrant workers. Refugees and asylum seekers are returned to countries, like Burma, where they will likely face persecution.