The Royal Thai Governments Major Achievement on Resolving Statelessness: Success Case in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand

Junta’s effort to suppress human trafficking backfires

The junta’s attempt to prevent human trafficking has pushed migrant workers into a more precarious situation. 
Migrant workers and employers said the new Management of Foreign Workers’ Employment Act, enacted in June 2017, may not have achieved the intended purpose of saving migrant workers from human trafficking because the implementation of the law has opened a loophole for exploitation by the middlemen. 


Registration for Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos to start on july 24; centres to be set up for migrant verification.
TENSION FROM the new labour law has eased as Thailand and three neighbouring nations have been working together to legalise illegal migrant workers.  

Stateless people… are they without hope?

The resolution of the Cabinet on December 7th 2016, was followed by an announcement from the Ministry of Interior on March 14, 2017, unlocking the criteria for long-term foreigners living in Thailand. Many people see it as moving in a positive direction. But the new criteria still have conditions, and there are many people who fail the investigation - especially displaced persons in Mae Sot district (Tak Province), even though they believe they are Thai.

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