HRDF Secretary General Somchai Homlaor met with chairperson of the National League for Democracy (NLD) Aung San Suu Kyi
On 25 February 2013, Mr. Somchai Homlaor, Secretary General of HRDF, together with members of Southeast Asia Legal Aid Network (SEALAW) travelled to Naypyidaw, Burma in order to visit Mrs. Aung San Suu Kyi, chairperson of the National League for Democracy (NLD) and chairperson of the Commission on the Rule of Law, House of Representatives. More
International Rescue Committee (IRC) produced short movie targeting migrant community with Burmese speaking language on the procedure to regularizing status according to the Cabinet resolution on 15 January 2013.
Migrant Labor Radio Website Launched “Information on MLR’s radio broadcasts for Shan-Burmese migrant workers now accessible via website”
On January 11th, 2013, Migrant Labor Radio (MLR) in association with the Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF) and its Migrant Justice Program, Chiang Mai (MJP-CM), launched its website at www.migrant-labor-radio.org. The MLR website describes in detail its mission to provide critical human rights and labor rights information to marginalized Burmese migrant populations in Thailand through radio broadcast. More
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[15 Mar 2014 | ]

It was reported that on 13 March 2014, officials from the Immigration Office Region 6 in the province of Songkhla have raided and arrested 213 Muslims with unidentified nationality who were taking refuge in a rubber plantation in Songkhla. The detainees were then separated and 60 of them were found to be women, 73 men, and 80 children. And according to Thai Post Online published on 14 March 2014, officials from the Embassy of Turkey went there to interview them. It is still unclear… Read More

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[27 Feb 2014 | ]

An Open Letter

27 February 2014


Subject
: The Migrant Working Group’s recommendations regrinding the government’s solutions to solve issues of migrant workers whose
employments have reached four years


ATT:
 The Caretaker Prime Minister

CC: 1. Minister of Labour

2. Director General of Department of Employment

3. Secretary General of National Security Council

4. Commissioner-General of Royal Thai Police

5. Commissioner of Immigration Bureau

6. Chairperson of Law Reform Commission

7. Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission

With… Read More