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  • It is possible Bootsy was aiming for irony (after all, it incorporates the ’80s Bengals fan chant “Who Dey?”), but if so

    Oct 23, 17 • UncategorizedComments Off on It is possible Bootsy was aiming for irony (after all, it incorporates the ’80s Bengals fan chant “Who Dey?”), but if so
    It is possible Bootsy was aiming for irony (after all, it incorporates the ’80s Bengals fan chant “Who Dey?”), but if so

    for many fans, it was interpreted as un American, unpatriotic. Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith is in the final two years of his contract and will make $11 million, $5.5 million each year.. He and the Lions were facing an Arizona defense that finished third in run defense DVOA last year but had lost its [&hellip...

  • Progress is made! AAT prevention and mechanism developmental works in Bor Keaw district, Lao PDR

    Dec 7, 15 • newsComments Off on Progress is made! AAT prevention and mechanism developmental works in Bor Keaw district, Lao PDR
    Progress is made! AAT prevention and mechanism developmental works in Bor Keaw district, Lao PDR

    An Awareness-Raising Campaign on Safe Migration In Bor Keaw (25-26 November) At Pon-Home Village and Srimuang-ngam Village, Bor Keaw district, together with the Lao Federation of Trade Unions (LFTU) and anti-human trafficking stakeholders (Immigrations, Health, Women Union, etc.) of Bor Keaw district, AAT conducted an Awareness-Raising Campaign Workshop on Human Trafficking and Safe Migration for [&hellip...

  • Waiting for Sunrise Comic book in Lao Language is now available!

    Nov 27, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Waiting for Sunrise Comic book in Lao Language is now available!
    Waiting for Sunrise Comic book in Lao Language is now available!

     (ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) Photos of school kids in Nhong Kham Village, Champasak province, Lao PDR enjoying the awareness raising comic book on human trafficking, “Waiting for Sunrise”. This comic is a product of Cause Vision, translated into Lao language by AAT. Special thanks also goes to ECPACT Foundation Thailand for coordinating and making this wonderful joint collaboration [&hellip...

  • Mechanism Developmental Work: Collaboration with the Thai Royal Police

    Nov 12, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Mechanism Developmental Work: Collaboration with the Thai Royal Police
    Mechanism Developmental Work: Collaboration with the Thai Royal Police

    (ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) (Nov 10) Mechanism Developmental Work: snapshots of AAT, together with Friend of Women Foundation (FOW) meeting with Pol.Lt.Gen.Tamasak Wicharaya, an Assistant Commissioner General, Office of the Assistant Commissioner General (Security 3) at the Royal Thai Police to further enhance collaboration together. This is focusing, especially, on increasing the number of qualified female investigators in [&hellip...

  • Career Alternative: from a liquid dish washing soap-making class to a larger community engagement

    Nov 10, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Career Alternative: from a liquid dish washing soap-making class to a larger community engagement
    Career Alternative: from a liquid dish washing soap-making class to a larger community engagement

    Career Alternative: from a liquid dish washing soap-making class to a larger community engagement Story by: Weeraphong Kangwannavakul AAT  initiated a community development activity, “Washer Power Activity”, in order to support capability of women from country of origin. The activity was held in late May 2015 at Kad Tao Temple, Kengtung, Myanmar. In partnership with [&hellip...

  • Breaking news: Rescue operation in Surin province, Thailand

    Nov 10, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Breaking news: Rescue operation in Surin province, Thailand
    Breaking news: Rescue operation in Surin province, Thailand

    Breaking news: Rescue operation in Surin province, Thailand (4 November) Breaking news from last night rescue operation in Surin province, northeastern part of Thailand. AAT, in collaboration with a Special Task Force of Department of Provincial Administration (DOPA), the Interior Ministry, was able to rescue 40 Thai young women from 11 brothels disguised as karaoke [&hellip...

  • Capacity-Building Workshop on Media and Awareness Raising Campaign Creation for Thais-Laos-Shans, Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai

    Oct 28, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Capacity-Building Workshop on Media and Awareness Raising Campaign Creation for Thais-Laos-Shans, Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai
    Capacity-Building Workshop on Media and Awareness Raising Campaign Creation for Thais-Laos-Shans, Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai

    Capacity-Building Workshop on Media and Awareness Raising Campaign Creation for Thais-Laos-Shans, Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai Regarding preventive and protection awareness raising campaign, it’s important and of-course more powerful to have locals defining their target audience and messages to participant communities. On 20-21 October 2015, in collaboration with FELM and kind supports of JICA and KNH, [&hellip...

  • Interview with Sawasdee ASEAN, The Nation TV on the social impact of ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY 2015

    Oct 12, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Interview with Sawasdee ASEAN, The Nation TV on the social impact of ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY 2015
    Interview with Sawasdee ASEAN, The Nation TV on the social impact of ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY 2015

    (ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) Last week at AAT Coordination Center, Ubonratchathani province, Khun Kwang, AAT staff and Khun Thongdang, a community leader gave an inclusive interview to the Sawasdee ASEAN program by Nation TV on the the potential social impact of the ASEAN Economic Community 2015. This is in relation to the issue of vulnerable group: stateless persons [&hellip...

  • Interview of AAT to Bangkok Post: “Gangs turn to social media for luring women into sex trade”

    Oct 5, 15 • Blog, news, UncategorizedComments Off on Interview of AAT to Bangkok Post: “Gangs turn to social media for luring women into sex trade”
    Interview of AAT to Bangkok Post: “Gangs turn to social media for luring women into sex trade”

    Gangs turn to social media for luring women into sex trade (Article of Bangkok Post, on 4 Oct 2015 at 01:26 NEWSPAPER SECTION: SPECTRUM | WRITER: JEERAWAT NA THALANG) The latest recruiting ground for drawing young victims into forced prostitution is online, and authorities are struggling to keep up. Last year, a Chinese Malay man [&hellip...

  • A Project Closing Ceremony for the Protection-Prevention and Development of the Quality of Life Promotion for Lao Migrant Labor (2012-2015) in Champasak province (21 Aug)

    Sep 4, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on A Project Closing Ceremony for the Protection-Prevention and Development of the Quality of Life Promotion for Lao Migrant Labor (2012-2015) in Champasak province (21 Aug)
    A Project Closing Ceremony for the Protection-Prevention and Development of the Quality of Life Promotion for Lao Migrant Labor (2012-2015) in Champasak province (21 Aug)

      A Project Closing Ceremony for the Protection-Prevention and Development of the Quality of Life Promotion for Lao Migrant Labor (2012-2015) in Champasak province (21 Aug) between AAT and the Lao Federation of Trade Unions (LFTU). After 3 years of continuous work and dedication to improve life of Lao Migrants Labor as well as to [&hellip...