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 ...

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 ...

Investigation finds Thai wild tigers targeted by foreign professional gangs

New findings from a three-month investigation have revealed that professional gangs were dispatched across Thailand’s borders to target the Kingdom’s wild tigers. Freeland, a Bangkok-based international non-governmental organisation working in Asia on environmental conservation and human rights, on Tuesday congratulated Thai authorities for making this ...

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