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Summary When the head teacher found out that I was pregnant, he called me to his office and told me, “You have to leave our school immediately because you are pregnant.” —Jamida K., Kahama, Tanzania, April 2014 We don’t allow pregnant girls to continue…
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The gruesome gunning-down of 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai spotlighted the fate of children in Pakistan, one of the world's most dangerous places to go to school. But in war zones around the world, from Afghanistan to Yemen, students, teachers and schools…
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The recent shooting of 14-year-old Pakistani student Malala Yousafzai shocked the world and put a spotlight on the fate of children in one of the world's most dangerous places to go to school. But Thailand's three southern border provinces also make it…
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Insurgent Attacks on Civilians Spread Fear in Southern Provinces

(New York) – Armed separatist groups in Thailand’s southern border provinces have renewed attacks on teachers and schools in a campaign of terror that has heightened fear among the population, Human Rights Watch said today. On October 1, 2012, separatist…
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Thailand came under some unusual scrutiny at the United Nations in New York on Monday: it got noticed for not wanting to get noticed.

Every year, the UN secretary-general publishes a report detailing grave violations committed against children by armed forces and armed groups around the world. From Afghanistan to Yemen it recounts cases of children killed and maimed during hostilities,…
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Attacks on education in Southern Thailand

"What scares me is the thought that the school could be attacked because the soldiers are at the school," a nine-year-old student in southern Thailand told Human Rights Watch in March of this year. She explained: "students and teachers would be the ones…
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Both Insurgents and Government Forces Undermining Children’s Education

(Bangkok) - Separatist attacks on teachers and schools and the government's use of schools as military bases are greatly harming the education of children in Thailand's southern border provinces, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The…
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Spiral of Violence Disrupts Education

(New York) - Renewed attacks on teachers by separatist insurgents has seriously disrupted education in Thailand's southern border provinces, Human Rights Watch said today. On September 7, 2010, the Teacher Federation of Narathiwat suspended classes in all…
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More Than 2,000 Killed in Attacks by Separatist Groups in the South

(New York) - In their efforts to establish an independent state in Thailand’s southern border provinces, separatist groups are killing and mutilating civilians and attacking schools, community clinics, and Buddhist temples, Human Rights Watch said in a…
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Teachers Targeted in Spiral of Reprisal Killings and Violence

(New York) - A new surge of violent attacks on teachers and schools by separatist militants has seriously disrupted education in Thailand’s southern border provinces, Human Rights Watch said today. Officials in Narathiwat province have been forced to…
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Malay-Muslim Separatists Target Teachers and Schools as Symbols of Thai State

(London) - Attacks on teachers and schools by separatist insurgents in Thailand’s restive southern provinces are terrorizing the population and preventing children from enjoying their right to education, Human Rights Watch said today. On Monday, teachers…