MAP Foundation is a member of the following networks:
Action Network for Migrants is a national network of NGOs working with migrants from Burma, Laos and Cambodia in Thailand to promote safe migration and fair work.
Northern Labour Network:
A network in the northern part of Thailand that seeks to deepen understanding on labour rights, occupational health and safety and social welfare system as well as advocates for the protection for workers in informal sectors.
PHAMIT (the Prevention of HIV/AIDS Among Migrant Workers In Thailand)
is a joint project of government and non-government agencies supported by the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB.
The Mekong Migration Network (MMN) is a regional network of NGOs working on the issue of migration in the Greater Mekong Sub-region producing research and reference materials. (http://www.mekongmigration.org/)
A worldwide campaign to increase the protection and promotion of domestic worker's rights.
MAP is a member of CARAM -Asia working to improve the well-being of migrants in and from Asia, with particular attention to migrants' vulnerability to HIV/AIDS. CARAM is a member of the Seven Sisters, a coalition of seven networks in the Asia-Pacific working on HIV/AIDS.
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