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Posts Tagged ‘Protection’

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Great progress of networking development among Shan monks and other active communities leaders

    Apr 10, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Great progress of networking development among Shan monks and other active communities leaders
    Great progress of networking development among Shan monks and other active communities leaders

      For prevention and protection works, in order to reach target groups in the source (home) country, like Shan State, Myanmar, AAT saw the importance of networking with Shan community leaders such as youth groups, women groups, teachers, as well as monks (both in Thailand and Shan State) and building communities’ own capacities to carry [&hellip...

  • 10 Years Anniversary Celebration of AAT & A Discussion Panel

    Jul 8, 14 • newsComments Off on 10 Years Anniversary Celebration of AAT & A Discussion Panel
    10 Years Anniversary Celebration of AAT & A Discussion Panel

    After a decade of hands-on experience and direct action in the field to protect the women and children of Southeast Asian from sexual exploitation, Alliance Anti-Traffic (AAT) has provided protection and support, such as career alternatives, to more than 3,000 women and children who have been victims of trafficking.  Reflecting directly from such experience, AAT [&hellip...

  • Art Therapy: one of AAT’s highlighted rehabilitation activities for victims of trafficking that reside in shelters

    Jun 5, 14 • newsComments Off on Art Therapy: one of AAT’s highlighted rehabilitation activities for victims of trafficking that reside in shelters
    Art Therapy: one of AAT’s highlighted rehabilitation activities for victims of trafficking that reside in shelters

    “Art therapy has the power to relieve trauma, so why is it not used widely to help survivors rebuild their lives?” This question was raised in the Guardian’s article, “Art in the aftermath: healing the victims of trafficking and slavery” by Rich McEachran. (McEachran, 2014) AAT agrees with the statement above. That’s why AAT always [&hellip...

  • AAT Protection and Prevention activities (Songkran Holiday 2014)

    May 1, 14 • newsComments Off on AAT Protection and Prevention activities (Songkran Holiday 2014)
    AAT Protection and Prevention activities (Songkran Holiday 2014)

    Amid of a long, public holiday in Thailand and its neighboring countries, the AAT staff has been working hard to assist Laotian illegal workers who have been caught and deported back to their homeland. Each year, during the traditional New Year’s holiday in both countries, Thailand and Laos, an estimated 150 to 300 illegal workers [&hellip...