Bangkok criminal courtroom won’t let activist research on scholarship in Germany

A pupil activist dealing with lèse majesté costs won’t be allowed to review in Germany with a scholarship for a post-graduate program. Ravisara, nicknamed Dear, was charged when she read a press release in German in front of the German Embassy in Bangkok in 2020. When Inexpensive utilized to leave the country for a prestigious scholarship program, The Bangkok South Criminal Court rejected the application. The court claimed Dear would possibly attempt to evade trial, and it couldn’t ensure she would comply with proposed situations in Germany. The court docket also said it might be hard for Dear’s dad and mom and guarantor to ‘control’ her.
Dear’s scholarship is from the German Academic Exchange Service, underneath a program for postgraduate courses. It is for a Master of Management in Non-Profit Organisations. Dear was meant to check on the University of Applied Sciences from April 2022 until August 2024. One German ambassador advised Dear her scholarship was a big accomplishment.
“This is an enormous achievement to be happy with – only promising and excellent university students qualify for a long time scholarship”.
On Tuesday, Dear posted a photo on Facebook of her award letter..

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