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1. learning | 17 Aug 2011
About the law
» After an abusive and untransparent crackdown, a million migrant workers were finally registered recently. Will the new government continue the positive trend?
2. learning | 30 Aug 2013
» A six-month detention period for 2,000 Rohingya migrants has passed and a second six months has been added on as the Government tries to find a way to relocate them.
3. news | 18 Dec 2013
» An NGO working on child rights is urging the government to ease regulations to ensure the children of migrant workers are not left stateless.
4. news | 28 Oct 2013
» Three of the Greenpeace activists held in Russia following a protest against Arctic drilling have given an insight into their detention conditions in comments published Sunday, with one complaining he was kept in isolati...
5. news | 19 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: News
» A survey has revealed most Myanmar migrant workers want to return home and, if they do so, Thailand could face a shortage of up to five million migrant labourers by 2025.
6. learning | 03 May 2013
About labour & the law
» Current system for migrant worker health & passports has failed, punishing rather than helping, workers then leave system & become illegal again.
7. news | 10 Dec 2013
» A Chinese detention system for sex workers should be abolished, a rights group said Tuesday, after the country's Communist authorities pledged to eliminate its notorious "re-education through labour" scheme.
8. learning | 22 Apr 2011
» Largest human trafficking case ever in US agriculture industry exploited Thai migrant workers.
9. learning | 28 Jan 2012
» Two children, together with their mother and a relative were released from the immigration detention centre yesterday in a case human rights workers hope is the start of a more humanitarian policy towards migrants.
10. learning | 20 Apr 2012
» Many Burmese migrant workers in Thailand likely to return to their homeland & families as economy in Burma improves after EU & US sanctions end.