Phil Robertson, Deputy Asia for Human Rights Watch, will return for another informative and interesting presentation on Human Rights. His topic will be “Human Rights in Thailand” focusing on those of foreigners, primarily those from neighboring countries such as Myanmar.
Phil serves as a human rights advocate engaging with government and UN agency officials, a spokesperson representing the organization’s views who regularly contributes to national and international media stories on SE Asia, a strategic campaigner on rights cases and causes, and a researcher and writer on topics of human rights, labor rights, refugees, and migration.
Prior to joining Human Rights Watch in 2009, he worked for fifteen years in Southeast Asia on human rights, labor rights, protection of migrant workers, and counter-human trafficking efforts with a variety of non-governmental organizations, international and regional trade union federations, and UN agencies.
The Meeting Program starts at 10:30am.
Buffet Breakfast is available from 8am to 10:30am in the Executive Tower's 6th floor East Coast Kitchen restaurant.
Advise the restaurant cashier that you are attending the PCEC meeting to get the breakfast for the reduced price of 250 baht.
Entry is free for members, be sure to bring your membership card for entry.
Membership or renewal is available at the membership desk on the Mezzanine floor - it is only 500 baht for one year membership.
Entry is also free for those accompanying the member if they are their family members or guests visiting Thailand.
If a Non Member and you purchase a breakfast at Holiday Inn's restaurant [East Coast Kitchen on the 6th floor of the Executive Tower or Cafe G on 4th floor of the Bay Tower], the entry fee is 100 baht upon presentation of your restaurant receipt. Tell the cashier you are attending the PCEC meeting to receive special price of 250 baht on the morning of the meeting and collect your receipt to present for entry to the meeting.
Otherwise, the entry fee for Non Members is 200 baht.
If you are a visitor and not sure if you wish to become a member, hold on to your receipt (s) for the non-member entry fee.
You can apply it toward the 500 baht annual dues if you decide you want to become a member - at either of the next two meetings.
Living in a foreign country is definitely not the same as visiting it on holiday. There are many things you need to consider.
Using the cumulative experience of the Pattaya expat community, we
have endeavored to provide information on many topics that should be beneficial for Expats living in Pattaya or considering doing so.
Select a general topic from the listing at the top of this page, which will also have a drop down menu for specific areas.
During the Open Forum at the Club meeting, which follows the speaker presentation, members and guests can make announcements or ask questions and receive answers about Expat living in Thailand, Pattaya in particular.
If you are planning on moving to or visiting Thailand, we suggest you use the topics at the top of this page. For
the webpages most frequently used by our members and expats living
here, you can click on the button below to go direct to the web page on
addition to the weekly Meeting, the Club helps facilitate
various member organized activities such as special interest groups and
excursions that take place outside of the regular meetings offering the
opportunity to socialize and make friends with others that share a
common interest. [NOTE: Special Interest Groups are currently not active during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Click this button for more information: Activities
The Meeting Room is on the Mezzanine Floor and opens at 9am. The Meeting Program begins at 10:30am.
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