A Thai national of Indian heritage, Shree often questions the various socio-political agendas underlying social injustices and enjoys dissecting these structures that can easily form the basis of one's personal identity amidst a sea of conflicting interests. In her free time, Shree loves to read, work out, listen to podcasts and travel around Bangkok city in the BTS Skytrain.
The Dowry System & Sexual Violence Towards Women in India
TW: marital rape, sexual assault and violence, dowry deaths, suicide, gender-based violence
International Responses to Myanmar’s Rohingya and Dictatorship Crises
The nation’s governments have repeatedly denied recognition of the Rohingya as one of Myanmar’s 135 official ethnic groups, rendering them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh even when the Rohingya’s historical roots can be traced back centuries in the country.
Thailand’s Sex Industry: An ‘Open Secret’ Thriving on Exploitations of its Vulnerable Workers
Before the Slave Abolition Act, followed by the Conscription Act in the same year, Thai society operated under the hierarchical system of bondage and slavery: The Sakdina system separated wives into marriage through arrangement, love, or the social insurance that slave mistresses and their poorer families received when farmers bonded with wealthy landowners to ensure subsistence when their crops failed.