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Today, on the anniversary of the 2006 Thai coup, protesters will once again gather at Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand, to call for political changes and democratic reforms. Students as young as 14 years old have been at the forefront of the protests, with some groups demanding ten key reforms, among them the revocation of the lese-majeste law and the pardoning of all those jailed due to this law.

With rampant arrests and state harassment, Thai protesters are calling for support from the international community in order to raise awareness of the current situation in Thailand. Members of the Coconet community have compiled a list of ways to show solidarity with Thai protesters online, as well as safety and security guides for those partaking in the protests.

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