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Passport to Health 2004

In Passport to Health the migrants express their needs and explain what they and their supporters are doing now to address these needs.

ARM: Automatic Response Mechanism 2003

A step by step handbook for refugee and migrant women on what to do in case of sexual violence

Migrant Movements 1996-2010

Migrant movement tells the story of MAP and of the evolution of migrant situation in Thailand in regards to changes in government policies, over the period of 1996-2010.

Forced Migration and Forced Labour 2005

The first part of this report presents the presentations on forced migration and forced labour from the Women Exchange Annual Get-together, 2005. The second part gives a brief outline of the Women exchange reports and evaluation.

The Posh Worker Training Manual 2009

Training manual: a guide to accompany the viewing of POSH animation DVD.

Critical Times: Migrants And The Economy In Chiang Mai And Mae Sot 2009

This report examines the impact of the current economic downturn on migrants in Chiang Mai and Mae Sot in order to expose the current and future situation of migrants and to be better able to respond and provide recommendations for appropriate interventions.

ARM: Automatic Response Mechanism 2010

A step by step handbook for migrant women on what to do in case of sexual violence

Migrants Movement Consultation 2011

Report from the Migrant Movement consultation organised in 2011. The purpose of the Consultation was to develop greater understanding between trade unions and migrant workers, to provide some information and skills for migrant workers to negotiate their rights with employers and stand up for the interests of their co-workers.

Organizing For Justice 2012

“Organising for Justice” explores the history of the workers movement and the different forms of associations and actions that workers can take to improve their working conditions.

From Our Eyes: Mekong Migrant Reflections 2000-2002

“ We decided to tell our stories in relation to the changes in policies and laws and attitudes over the last decade. We decided to tell our stories ourselves, so that maybe you, the reader, can get a real sense of what it means to be a migrant”…

Regular Rights: Do Documents Improve Migrants Lives? 2012

A study comparing the working and living conditions of three groups of migrants: undocumented, registered with a migrant worker card, holding a temporary passport. 

Rights And The Radio

Article from AusAID about MAP radio.

SRHR country profile: Thailand 2013

Universal Access to Sexual and Reproductive Rights from a migrant women’s perspective.

Exchange, Unite, Empower! 2013

Sexual Reproductive and Health Rights (SRHR) Experiences of Burmese migrant women in Thailand 

Migrant Workers in Thailand’s Garment Factories 2014

This report lays bare the working and labour conditions of migrant workers, analyses industry and government treatment of them as well as the injustices that they suffer.