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  • 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...

  • SEMINAR: “Success or Failure? Thailand’s Key Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Its Readiness to Move toward ASEAN Community”

    Jun 3, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on SEMINAR: “Success or Failure? Thailand’s Key Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Its Readiness to Move toward ASEAN Community”
    SEMINAR: “Success or Failure? Thailand’s Key Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Its Readiness to Move toward ASEAN Community”

      SEMINAR: “Success or Failure? Thailand’s Key Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Its Readiness to Move toward ASEAN Community” When: National Anti–Human Trafficking Day, Friday, 5 June 2015 Where: 3rd Floor, Issara Amantakul room, Thai Journalists Association. Hosts: The Anti-Human Trafficking Network (ATN) involving the Labor Rights Promotion Network Foundation (LPN), Friends of Women Foundation [&hellip...

  • At a Workshop on Safe Migration Curriculum in High School

    Jan 16, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on At a Workshop on Safe Migration Curriculum in High School
    At a Workshop on Safe Migration Curriculum in High School

    Thank you the Association for Human #Rights and Women’s Rights in Development (AWARD) for inviting us to be part (as a speaker) of the Workshop on Safe Migration Curriculum in High School. The purpose of this workshop is to enhance capacities building and increase understanding of human #trafficking situation (readiness & preparation for the open [&hellip...

  • The rescue operation made by AAT and the multidisciplinary team in Prachinburi province was a success!

    Aug 4, 14 • newsComments Off on The rescue operation made by AAT and the multidisciplinary team in Prachinburi province was a success!
    The rescue operation made by AAT and the multidisciplinary team in Prachinburi province was a success!

    Last Saturday, August 2, 2014, in Prachinburi province,  AAT were able to rescued 40 women and girls, who were #trafficked from #sexual #exploitation, from 5 karaoke bars/brothels and one hotel. Of this number, 31 are Laotian nationalities and 9 are Thai citizens. We were also able to arrest 7 suspects, who are owners, traffickers, and workers of karaoke bars [&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...