Over the past two years, border tensions between Thailand and Cambodia have led to a number of military confrontations along the border, and a souring of political relations.  On both sides of the border, deeply engrained mutual distrust and historical grievances have fueled these tensions.  Thailand’s domestic political crisis and growing nationalism in Cambodia have both exacerbated the situation.

AFSC is working with partners to reverse these commonly held attitudes, to provide an alternative “people’s” perspective on cross-border relationships, and to spread their message of peace as broadly as possible.

You can learn more in a recent article in the Bangkok Post: