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Lisa Button - Save the Children Australia24 May 2017

This report examines current policy framework and practices in five countries, namely Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and the Republic of Nauru.

Stahili28 Mar 2017

An article from Stahili on how orphanages are used as marketing strategies to appeal to volunteers.

UNHCR1 Aug 2016

Global Strategy – Beyond Detention 2014-2019 is a document released by UNHCR, which aims to support governments to end the detention of asylum-seekers and refugees.  

ECPAT International18 Jul 2016

ECPAT International is seeking a Senior Researcher for its International Research and Policy Programme in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Theodore Koumelis - Travel Daily News, Asia Pacific6 Jul 2016

According to the article, the ChildSafe Movement has now “revamped” its company certification, which recognizes tourism companies for their dedication to child protection and commitment to ChildSafe’s 7 Standards by granting them a “ChildSafe Certification.” 

Jesica Ball and Sarah Moselle 1 Jun 2016

This document is an article focusing on the experiences of forced migrant youth aged 12 to 17 from Myanmar who have grown up as temporary residents along the northwest border of Thailand.  

Better Care Network12 May 2016

This country care review includes the care-related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. 

World Without Orphans11 Feb 2016
Chiang Mai, Thailand

The first Global Forum for a World Without Orphans will be held on February 11-14, 2016 in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Save the Children1 Jan 2016

This report reviews the maritime movements of asylum-seeking children across South East Asia and their experiences in countries of origin, transit and destination. 

Thailand CRC Coalition Alternative Care Working Group1 Jan 2016

This document is a report on the 2016 Online Survey of Unregistered Children’s Homes in Thailand. This report found that there are more than 200 unregistered children’s homes in Thailand that have an online presence, and the current registration requirements for private children’s homes in Thailand seem to be inadequate if Thailand aims to work towards implementation of the United Nations Alternative Care Guidelines.