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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Safe and sound repatriation journey: ภารกิจส่งกลับบ้านปลอดภัย

    Aug 28, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Safe and sound repatriation journey: ภารกิจส่งกลับบ้านปลอดภัย
    Safe and sound repatriation journey: ภารกิจส่งกลับบ้านปลอดภัย

    (ภาษาไทยด้านล่าง) “I am so happy to be home again”. Mook (Made up name) mentioned with a big smile on her face. Yesterday, AAT (together with the Lao Federation of Trade Unions or LFTU) arranged a safe repatriation journey and traveled with her to ensure that she would arrive home safe and sound. Mook (17 years [&hellip...

  • Awareness Raising Activity with Shan Community in Bangkok/กิจกรรมให้ความรู้กับกลุ่มพี่น้องชาวไตยในกรุงเทพฯ

    Jul 21, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Awareness Raising Activity with Shan Community in Bangkok/กิจกรรมให้ความรู้กับกลุ่มพี่น้องชาวไตยในกรุงเทพฯ
    Awareness Raising Activity with Shan Community in Bangkok/กิจกรรมให้ความรู้กับกลุ่มพี่น้องชาวไตยในกรุงเทพฯ

    (ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) Thank you Shan Community and Toomtoantai group for letting AAT be part of your local event in Bangkok last Sunday. The group was gathering to discuss on the Environmental and Livelihood Impacts of Dams and other Foreign Investment projects in Shan State, Myanmar. Issues like displacement and human rights abused can also lead up [&hellip...

  • A Network of Women and Children Rights Organizations meet with PM General Prayuth Chan-o-cha

    Mar 4, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on A Network of Women and Children Rights Organizations meet with PM General Prayuth Chan-o-cha
    A Network of Women and Children Rights Organizations meet with PM General  Prayuth Chan-o-cha

    (Bangkok) On Tuesday the 3rd of March, 2015, AAT together with 3 other organizations in the Women and Children Rights Network (Friend of Women Foundation, Women’s Civil Society Groups in Southern Thailand and Thailand Northeastern Women Network) scheduled a brief morning meeting to hand over an open letter to the Prime Minister General  Prayuth Chan-o-cha [&hellip...

  • What a productive week for those who work to combat human trafficking!

    Mar 2, 15 • newsComments Off on What a productive week for those who work to combat human trafficking!
    What a productive week for those who work to combat human trafficking!

    Last week was a productive working week for all of us who work to combat human trafficking in Thailand and neighboring countries AAT is honored to be invited as a part of 4 essential events, which are: (25 Feb 2015) Bangkok: Thai Government meets with civil societies to listen, discuss ways, as well as to [&hellip...

  • 3 rescue operations in 1 week: tough but successful week! Great job for AAT’s field operations & multidisciplinary teams. Special thanks also goes to our network partner, Tenaganita Malaysia.

    Feb 9, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on 3 rescue operations in 1 week: tough but successful week! Great job for AAT’s field operations & multidisciplinary teams. Special thanks also goes to our network partner, Tenaganita Malaysia.
    3 rescue operations in 1 week: tough but successful week! Great job for AAT’s field operations & multidisciplinary teams. Special thanks also goes to our network partner, Tenaganita Malaysia.

    First case: (4 Feb 2015) rescue of 2 young women and 1 girl from Myanmar (Shan State) who were locked up in a trafficker mansion/brothel located in the center of Bangkok. This case was notified to AAT by a former victim of our previous cases. This successful operation was in collaboration with the National Operation Center on Prevention [&hellip...

  • The successful completion of the Women Empowerment in the Community Project

    Nov 14, 14 • newsComments Off on The successful completion of the Women Empowerment in the Community Project
    The successful completion of the Women Empowerment in the Community Project

    (Thailand) The project that took place today is a closing-out ceremony in the Vientiane Capitol, Lao PDR marking the successful completion of the Women Empowerment in the Community Project between Alliance Anti Trafic (#AAT) and Lao Women’s Union (#LWU). The ceremony today (Nov 13, 2014) marks the end of a two-year journey (2012-2014) for the [&hellip...

  • Interview with French Broadcase Public channel (France2) on Commercial Transnational Surrogacy Issue

    Nov 4, 14 • newsComments Off on Interview with French Broadcase Public channel (France2) on Commercial Transnational Surrogacy Issue
    Interview with French Broadcase Public channel (France2) on Commercial Transnational Surrogacy Issue

    The case of Japanese businessman (Mr. Mitsutoki Shigeta) who wanted to have 1,000 babies and already a father to 16 babies via surrogate in Thailand puts  spotlight on the issues about transnational commercial surrogacy as well as related ethics and  laws in many countries, including France. Learning that AAT had a  case of 15 Vietnamese young [&hellip...

  • 9 Myanmar women rescued in the raid on suspected karaoke/massage parlor in Samhutsakorn

    Oct 7, 14 • newsComments Off on 9 Myanmar women rescued in the raid on suspected karaoke/massage parlor in Samhutsakorn
    9 Myanmar women rescued in the raid on suspected karaoke/massage parlor in Samhutsakorn

    Around 8 P.M. (Oct 4, 2014), a multi-disciplinary team consisted of military from Kamphaengphet Akhara Yothin Camp, Immigration polices, Provincial Police 7 (Samutsakorn), the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) and AAT conducted a raid at a karaoke/massage parlor in Samutsakorn province. The place was operated specifically as a front for a brothel. There, the team were able to rescued 9 [&hellip...