Thailand

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One Sky Foundation5 Apr 2019

One Sky is looking for an exceptional Social Worker to help in the development of the team’s overall ability to provide effective family support services.

Convention on the Rights of the Child Coalition for Thailand Alternative Care Working Group1 Jan 2019

This summary report presents key findings and recommendations from an analysis of unregistered, private children's homes in Thailand's Sangkhlaburi District.

Convention on the Rights of the Child Coalition for Thailand Alternative Care Working Group1 Jan 2019

This summary report presents key findings and recommendations from an analysis of unregistered, private children's homes in Thailand's Sangkhlaburi District.

CRC Coalition Thailand1 Jan 2019

This summary report presents the findings of a study comparing practices within residential children's homes in the Thai province of Chiang Mai with the Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.

UNICEF4 Nov 2018

The Child Protection Section, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office is seeking an individual consultant to document evidence based and promising practices and strengthen knowledge generation, management and sharing on child protection in the East Asia and Pacific Region.

Aster S. Tecle, Kara Byrne, Kimberly Schmit, Mary Beth Vogel-Ferguson, Naima Mohamed, Abdulkhaliq Mohamed, Rosemarie Hunter - Advances in Social Work 18 Sep 2018

This study aimed to explore refugees’ experiences in Bangkok, assess agencies’ service delivery models, and strengthen their capabilities to address service gaps.

UNICEF23 Mar 2018

This report is based on in-depth interviews with migrant children and parents, real estate and construction companies, government Ministries, and NGOs. It explores the challenges faced by children living in construction site camps, and suggests solutions that can be scaled to foster social responsibility within Thailand’s construction sector.

ECPAT International10 Aug 2017

ECPAT International is seeking a Programme Intern to support its Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism programme. 

Lisa Button - Save the Children Australia & Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network24 May 2017

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

Claire Cody - ECPAT International1 May 2017

This report starts to collate evidence on what appears to be important to children who have experienced sexual exploitation.

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