Thailand downgraded in US human trafficking report

The United States has downgraded Thailand’s attempts to tackle human trafficking, with the use of forced labour a major concern.The latest US Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report demotes Thailand from Tier 2 to the Tier 2 Watchlist for the first time in four years.The report ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

DPM orders all agencies to curb human trafficking

Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon has instructed all agencies to join hands to fight human trafficking in every possible way after the United States’ report on the trafficking in persons kept Thailand in Tier 2 this year.Keep watching ...

Copy Thailand in fighting human trafficking, Malaysia told

Malaysia has been urged to emulate Thailand in the management of human trafficking cases by allowing collaboration between enforcement agencies and civic groups.Patchareeboon Sakulpitakphon, who works with the Asian chapter of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), told FMT the partnership would ensure ...

ISOC protects victims of human trafficking

Thai authorities continue tackling human trafficking, though the country has been upgraded to Tier 2 on the US’s Trafficking In Persons report. Measures are focused on the protection of those at risk, particularly children and youths.Keep watching ...

Govt readies report on anti-human trafficking efforts for TIP ranking

Thailand is getting ready to provide an update of its efforts to fight human trafficking in the hope of winning a better ranking from the US in the next Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.Last year, the Kingdom was placed in Tier 2 and included among ...

The Nation Reporter

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