Thailand’s caretaker Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has reacted to the crisis, attempting to loosen the harsh law that spurred the exodus.
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In this first episode of a new investigative documentary series: To the end of the world, DVB delves into the lives of some of the thousands of Burma’s working children.
DVB sat down with ILO country liaison officer Steve Marshall to discuss how five years of political and economic reforms have touched Burma’s working class.
Surin Pitsuwan adds voice to concerns that job creation in reforming Burma will damage Thai industry reliant on migrant workers
Labour Administration Department’s director Chit Shein said the newly appointed official has already begun meeting with migrant worker groups in the country to study their situations
Will Burmese migrants working in Thailand receive the minimum wage as promised by the new government? And will the Kingdom be ‘flooded’ by migrants or a fear of them?
Top campaign promise continues to rile the opposition, while underpaid migrants approach the new policy with caution