Child Protection

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application/pdfOur Work in Anti-Trafficking 2019Save the Children have been combating trafficking in persons in Thailand since the year 2000. We empower children and young people to prevent unsafe migration and raise awareness of the risks associated with unsafe migration, including trafficking. We ensure that essential services are provided to victims of trafficking, including protection, psychological support and access to basic education and health services. All our work is conducted in close coordination with the Royal Thai Government and the Division of Anti-trafficking in Persons.24/07/2019937KB
application/pdfChildren at the Centre FactsheetThis paper is a brief of “Children at the Center, Participatory Action Research in Thailand’s Deep South”, a report written by Greg Tyrosvoutis, Watcharapon Kukaewkasem and Wirachan Sirisanti for Save the Children’s Local Engagement to Advocate for Peace (LEAP) project. A collaborative research was commissioned in early 2018 by Save the Children to gather the views of 458 children (238 girls, 220 boys) on the impact of the conflict, identify their views of what peace looks like, and determine how children can more meaningfully contribute to peaceful social cohesion. 10/10/20181MB
application/pdfมาทำความรู้จักกับเด็กชายเอ* เพื่อรับรองว่าเด็กที่เป็นผู้อพยพและผู้เสียหายจากการค้ามนุษย์ในพื้นที่ทะเลอันดามันจะได้รับการคุ้มครองอย่างเหมาะสม (Ensuring Appropriate Safeguarding for Emigrant and Trafficked Children: EASE) – ส่งเสริมการคุ้มครองเด็กและกระบวนการคุ้มครองเด็กในสถานคุ้มครองฯและบ้านพักเด็ก และให้การสนับสนุนอย่างเหมาะสมแก่เด็กที่ไม่มีผู้ปกครอง ถูกละเลย และเป็นผู้เสียหายจากการค้ามนุษย์โดยคำนึงถึงประโยชน์สูงสุด 05/06/20177MB
application/pdfMeet A*, 12 years old from Rakhine state, Myanmar.EASE (Ensuring Appropriate Safeguarding for Emigrant and Trafficked Children) in the Andaman area – Promote child protection and child safeguarding procedures in targeted shelters, and ensure that the shelters can provide appropriate support to unaccompanied, neglected, and trafficked children. The EASE project aims to develop sustainable capacities and systems within the shelters that house migrant families, and advocates for long-term policy change that will ensure the best interests of children and their families. 05/06/20177MB
application/pdfEvery Last GirlThe report provides a snapshot of the situation for girls, ranking 144 countries from best to worst in which to be a girl, based on five indicators – early marriage, adolescent pregnancy, maternal mortality, women in parliament, and lower secondary school completion. Thailand currently ranks as the 81st country, with Vietnam at 47, Indonesia at 74, Cambodia at 89, and Laos at 101.12/10/20161MB
application/pdfChild Protection and Child Rights GovernanceChildren in Thailand, especially migrant and refugee children are vulnerable for exploitation in various ways...29/11/2013358KB
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