Posts Tagged:International Migrants day

The Saphan Siang Special: Facts about Migrant Workers in Thailand

by Eliza Marks


Amidst the traffic jams of Bangkok, groups of migrant workers huddled on the back of trucks with t-shirts wrapped around their faces as masks, being ferried from construction site to construction site, are a frequent sight. I’ve often thought of the invisibility of these workers, and how their voices and stories could be projected. That’s…

‘International Migrants Day’ Celebrations 2013

by Sinta Panyam


(15/11/2013) To celebrate International Migrants Day, a multi-activity event day will be held to highlight migration issues and the Saphan Siang campaign. The event gives an opportunity for young Thais to engage with the campaign and the broader efforts of campaign partners working towards promoting a positive image of migrant workers in Thailand. The event…