The FCCT prides itself for being one of Thailand's most respected venues for holding open debates about current events. We usually hold panel discussions on Wednesday nights at 7pm. The entry fee for non-members is 450 baht.
Public lecture by Mr. Ahmed Shaheed, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, on the state of freedom of religion or belief in Asia
10am, Monday August 20, 2018
According to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. This includes the right to have, adopt or manifest a chosen religion or belief.
As such, it is a fundamental human right that should not be curtailed, threatened or denied.
Documentary: Koudelka Shooting the Holy Land
7pm, Monday August 20, 2018
The film provide a unique insight into the creative genius of Czech photographer Josef Koudelka.
Director Gilad Baram follows Koudelka on his journey through Israel and Palestine as he searches for the elusive moment in which a photograph emerges.
ASEAN: Does it matter?- Panel Discussion and Book Launch
7pm, Thursday August 23, 2018
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations has been alternatively criticized and praised -- as a disparate group in search of meaning, or as a vital regional platform. Long hampered by divided views and the consensus principle, regional leaders have met with mixed results in efforts to overhaul ASEAN's framework.
'Hello, Shadowlands', an investigative plunge into Southeast Asian organized crime
An evening with Patrick Winn, author of Hello, Shadowlands
7pm, Wednesday, 29 August 2018
Organized crime in Southeast Asia is entering a golden age. Now valued at $100 billion, this dark economy is expected within the next decade to hit $375 billion -- more than the legit output of many Asian nations.
Kachin: The Forgotten War - Photo Exhibition Extended Through Mid-August
Photo Exhibition by Hkun Lat
Continuing Through August
Hkun Lat is a freelance documentary photographer from Myanmar based in Bangkok who was a stringer with AP Images. He works on his own projects and on assignments for international news agencies and other organizations, including WWF, UNHCR, FAO, and UNOCHA. His interest in photography ignited in 2011 after the civil war resumed in his homeland, Kachin state.