MAP Multimedia Programme produces advocacy materials in migrant languages, such as Burmese, Shan, and Karen in order to effectively reach and empower the migrant community. Our media strives to responds to the needs and requests of the community as well as provide support to the work of existing programmes focusing on the themes of labour, women and health rights. MAP produces a wide range of audio, video and print materials to address issues migrants face within their cultural context. MAP resources are carried in numerous libraries, migrant resource centres, and even broadcasted over loudspeakers in migrant communities. In addition, MAP Multimedia produces special publications in Thai and English for advocacy and education purposes, such as MAP recent report Critical Times; Migrants and the Economy: Chiang Mai and Mae Sot and the MAP's 10-year Anniversary Book.
- The POSH Worker: Animation DVD. This animated video series shows the dangers at the workplace and what methods can be used to prevent occupational hazards, with workers organizing together and demanding adherence to safety standards to their employer. The cartoon is produced without a spoken language and can be used for all audiences.
- Education Karaoke Song: One our most popular pieces with migrants, this video collection contains songs about the value of education
- Knowledge for Daily Living Magazines: Our latest issues are on reproductive health, natural disaster, and occupational health and safety. Find all our publications (LINK)
- Documentaries: We are currently producing documentaries for 1) Access to Justice. and 2) Access to ARVs. Profiling the stories of the migrants quest for empowerment through legal and health system.