Updates on Thailand’s protection of labour in fishing industry

  Management of migrant workers in fishery sector Statistic – Currently, there are approximately 151,000 migrant workers in sea fishing sector registered with Ministry of Labour. […]

Essence of Thailand 2015

Royal Thai Embassy would like to invite everyone to Essence of Thailand 2015 which will take place on Sunday 6th September 2015 at Place Dumon, Stockel .

Business fights trafficking, government extradites suspects

Thai police have handed over several suspects to Malaysia that they described as ‘kingpins’ of a human trafficking gang, as leading business groups and fishing companies […]

The Outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in Thailand

Please click here or on the photo below to read the announcement in full.

Statement of the Delegation of Thailand at the 29th Session of the Human Rights Council

Board of Trade of Thailand leads key private-sector players in redressing fishing and human trafficking issues in line with government policy

– Echoing total collective support for and compliance with the Government’s move in applying amended Fisheries Act and amended Human Trafficking Act; – Announcing Commitment to […]


<Thai Frozen Food Association (TFFA) by Dr. Poj Aramwattananont, President together with TFFA’s Board of Directors and member shrimp product manufacturing and exporting plants joined force […]

Trafficking fight to carry on despite TIP

By Pichai Chuensuksawadi for The Bangkok Post on 18 June 2015, Even if Thailand’s Tier 3 placement remains unchanged in the upcoming US Trafficking in Persons […]

Army general arrested on human trafficking charges

Thailand’s police captured their first ‘big fish’ in the modern slave trade last week when they arrested a three-star army general on human trafficking charges, prompting […]

Thai seafood sector unites against illegal fishing, slave labour

By Khettiya Jittapong; addititional reporting by Amy Sawitta Lefevre, editing by David Evans for Reuters Africa on 16 June 2015, BANGKOK, June 16 (Reuters) – Thailand’s […]

Government readies to implement laws against IUU fishing

Thailand’s government is preparing to implement the first amendments to the country’s fishing laws in decades on June 27 in an effort to reverse a deteriorating […]

New division set up to tackle trafficking

The Bangkok Post on 14 June 2015, Thailand is trying to speed up proceedings against human trafficking cases by establishing a new criminal court division to […]