Religions for Peace Thailand has since 2009 embarked on the mission of mobilizing religious leaders and members of religious communities to work in the area of conflict transformation and peacebuilding for Thai society. Thailand’s Southern Unrest has been marked as the key targeted area for RfP activities, which have largely been 1) intra and interreligious dialogues, 2) fieldtrips to learn about peaceful coexistence, and 3) youth camps. There are also the 5 religions praying and peace walks (dhammayattra) aiming at raising awareness among Thais that violent means was not a proper solution for the contracted political conflict between the yellow and red shirt groups. Since 2009 RfP Thailand has its secretariat office set up at the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP), Mahidol University and a group of academic and supporting staff of IHRP has been the one who executes the tasks and activities of RfP Thailand along with cooperation and collaboration with committee of Religions for Peace-Interreligious Council of Thailand (RfP-IRC Thailand). After the passing of Assist. Prof. Dr. Parichart Suwannabubbha who had served as RfP Thaliland Secretary-General from 2009-2016, Dr. Suphatmet Yunyasit, a lecturer at IHRP, Mahidol, is now taking the leadership role of RfP Thailand. She is the Secretary-General of RfP Thailand while Dr. Padtheera Nakurairattana serves as Deputy Secretary-General. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gothom Arya is an advisor to RfP Thailand executive team.