Thailand's anti-human trafficking efforts to benefit Myanmar workers
July 31, 2014 00:00 By
Thailand is on the process to heighten flexibility for workers from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia to obtain legal identification paperwork and land needed work in the country, said the Royal Thai Embassy in Washington.
In the release issued chiefly to show Thailand’s actions to fight human trafficking, the embassy said that Thailand is working in close collaboration and with the support of neighbouring nations through bilateral Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs). Thailand is also working with partner countries, like the US, and related International Organisations, especially the UN-Country Team (UNCT) in Thailand, to exchange ideas and inputs in this important process.