Statement by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs during The High-Level Segment of the 28th Session of the Human Rights Council
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The Deputy Foreign Minister delivers the opening remark at the First Bali Process Regional Symposium on Trafficking in Persons for the Purposes of Labour Exploitation
On 25 March 2015, H.E. Mr. Don Pramudwinai, Deputy Foreign Minister, delivered the opening remark at the First Bali Process Regional Symposium on Trafficking in […]
In response to an investigative report by the Associated Press (AP) published on 25 March 2015 on forced labour in the fishery industry alluding to involvement […]
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Information package: development of Thailand’s effort on anti-human trafficking and eliminating IUU fishing
Please click the links below Royal Thai Government’s Significant Efforts to Eliminate Human Trafficking in 2014 Thailand’s Trafficking in Persons 2014 Report: Progress & Development Combating […]
The Government Public Relations Department, Office of the Prime Minister on March 13, 2015: As Thailand is undergoing comprehensive reforms in all areas, the […]
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Possession, trading, import and export of ivory and ivory products are prohibited in Thailand. Under Thai law, foreign visitors are advised not to purchase or take […]
Phuket Gazette/ March 7, 2015 PHUKET: In an effort to stamp out human trafficking and the employment of illegal migrants, Phuket Marine Police are approaching […]
Bill to strengthen anti-human trafficking law passed first reading, fishing trawlers inspection moves forward
The government-sponsored amendment to strengthen Thailand’s anti-trafficking in persons law sailed through the legislative body in the first reading, promising harsher penalties for traffickers, and […]