Global Campaign

Monday 18 December 2017

Overcoming Childhood Adversity: Safe Migration in a World on the Move

Monday 18th December, Bangkok – The Migrant Working Group celebrates International Migration Day 2017 by recognising all children’s rights to survive, learn, and be protected.

“Today, there are more than 200,000 migrant children in Thailand who are currently out of school. Approximately 60% of these children are out of school due to their status and the discrimination that they face,” Save the Children’s Country Director in Thailand, Kim Koch said.

Thursday 1 June 2017

Thai children experience better childhoods than most of its neighbours, according to new report, but migrant children are being left behind

Thailand is 84th in a global ranking of the best and worst countries for children to grow up in, putting it ahead of regional neighbours like Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar, a new report from Save the Children reveals. 

The ranking positions Thailand in the top half of the ledger, however, many migrant children living in Thailand are having their childhoods cut short in large numbers, especially because of their lack of access to education. 

Tuesday 27 December 2016

Children Art Competition Announcement

 Children Art Competition Announcement

Photography, Drawing, Paintings and all other forms of art

Under the theme of “My Friends, Migrant Children”

to celebrate International Migration Day and Thailand Children’s Day

23 December 2016 – 24 March 2017

 

Background

Monday 19 September 2016

What is it like to be a refugee for over 30 years?

The average length of time as a refugee is now 17 years and the refugee camps along the Thai-Burma border are an example of protracted refugee crisis and the challenges refugees face.

Friday 29 April 2016

Ensuring Migrant Children Get The Education They Deserve

Hear more about our education programs for migrant children and their families in Thailand.

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