|Unlock Every Child’s Potential||Thailand: Mae Sot, Phob Phra and Tha Song Yang Baseline Equity Study 2018 by
Jonathan Seiden, Siripen Ungsitipoonporn, Mayuree Thawornpat, Kate McDermott, Thachamach Krairit, Rungsiri Nuchsuwan, Kaewta Sangsuk for Save the Children Thailand (February 2018)||04/04/2019||11MB|
|EFA Policy Factsheet (TH/Burmese)||Education for All Policy Factsheet and guidelines for Non-Thai education enrolment, available in Thai and Burmese language.||04/04/2019||3MB|
|Ranong OOSC Policy Brief (ENG/TH) ||No child should be discriminated against because of where he or she is from. Policy Briefing and Recommendations on Out-of-school Children in Ranong Province, Thailand, by Dr Charlie Thame for Save the Children Thailand (March 2019)||04/04/2019||6MB|
|Keeping Promises||Refugee and displaced children often have their education disrupted. As voluntary repatriation process along Thailand-Myanmar border is currently underway, Save the Children works tirelessly to support holistic education transition for returning refugee students and help them integrate back into schools. In our brief “Keeping Promises: The Time to Keep our Promises to Refugee Children is NOW”, we highlight the challenges that returning refugee students face and call for stronger partnership and collaboration to meet the commitments the world has promised.||18/12/2018||2MB|
|Successful Transition Framework||Holistic Support for Returning Refugee Students under our BEST (Basic Education Support towards Transition) and PREPS (Preparing for Reintegration through Education and Participative Solutions) projects.||12/11/2018||6MB|
|Supporting Refugee Students Repatriation (Education) Booklet||Final Version||29/10/2018||7MB|
|Children at the Centre Factsheet||This 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.
|พ่อนกกไข่ Storybook||Children Storybook in dual language (Thai and Pattani–Malay language), under the First Read project. ||10/10/2018||4MB|
|100 Pillars Mosques||Story book from First Read project||05/06/2018||6MB|
|Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting||Positive discipline is based on children’s rights to healthy development, protection from violence and participation in their learning.
This book shows parents how they can teach their children while respecting their human rights.||16/08/2017||2MB|