Thailand affirms unwavering commitment and actions

Combating trafficking in persons continues to be a top priority for Thailand. The present Government and the Prime Minister himself have made it very clear that […]

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Press Conference on Thailand’s Trafficking in Persons 2014 Country Report

On 30 January 2015, Mr. Don Pramudwinai, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, as Chairman of the National Sub-committee on Law, Partnership and Awareness Promotion on Trafficking […]

Prime Minister highlights measures to prevent and suppress human trafficking

English Subtitle of PM Weekly Televised Address on January 23, 2015 Start at 6.16 The first topic, human trafficking and the resolution of the problem in […]

Thai Belgian Business Forum “Thailand’s New Investment Climate”

  The year 2014 has been a transitory year for Thailand. Today again there is more stability in the country and the new government is taking […]

ILO praises Thai anti-trafficking efforts

Measures taken by Thailand to fight human trafficking are a step in the right direction and demonstrate an increased commitment by the government, a program officer […]

The New Fisheries Act

  Press Release H.E. Mr. Petipong Pungbun Na Ayudhya , Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives reveals at the Press Conference held at the Centara Grand Hotel, […]

Thailand Roadmap on Eliminating an IUU Fishing

H.E. Mr. Petipong Pungbun Na Ayudhya, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives addresses in the press conference held at the Centara Grand Hotel, Ladprao, Bangkok on January […]

Thailand will not recruit prisoners to work on fishing vessels

    On 16 January 2015, Mr. Sek Wannamathee, Director-General of the Department of Information, as a member of the Sub-committee on public relations and laws under the National […]

Trafficking in persons is an urgent agenda

The Prime Minister has approved the work plans of the newly established 5 sub-committees to address the problem of human trafficking in all its forms. All […]

Labour Minister Emphasizes Recognition of ‘One Stop Service’ and Readiness to Correctly Register Vietnamese Citizens

         The Labour Minister revealed that the One Stop Service was internationally recognized as a center for distress, with the hotline 1964 solving […]

Ease of Doing Business: Thailand Remains 3rd in ASEAN

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