This year's #ThailandNationalAntiTraffickingDay (5 June) 2022 theme is 'No victims, no tears'. ASEAN-ACT is proud to work with government and non-government actors who are working to combat human trafficking in Thailand and the ASEAN region.
Learn more about our work with the Department of Special Investigation in Thailand, and their victim-centred approaches:
ASEAN-ACT has partnered with SR Law to better understand the barriers to justice so that legal outcomes for migrant workers are improved, learn more about this research:
HRDF protects vulnerable groups by helping migrant workers know their rights. ASEAN-ACT has partnered with HRDF to research the impact of forced labour in the agriculture and construction sectors, in Northern Thailand:
Judges play a leadership role in promoting victim-centred practices in the courts. In this interview Judge Jarimjit, Office of the President of the Supreme Court, explains how Thailand adopts a trauma-informed approach:
The 'Conversations with Chem' series kickstarts with two leading counter-trafficking actors in Thailand. In these interviews, they unpack the region's legal instrument to combat human trafficking, the ASEAN Convention against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children.
Episode 1: HE Wanchai Roujanavong, Thailand's representative to the ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Rights of Women and Children
Episode 2: General Tamasak Wicharaya, Deputy Secretary General to the Prime Minister for Political Affairs, Office of Deputy Prime Minister
By identifying and partnering with a broad range of regional and national stakeholders, ASEAN-ACT is capturing a wider range of opportunities to strengthen justice responses and advance the rights of victims.
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