Campaigning in Thailand

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Thailand

We're campaigning refugee children access to education, children on the move and children affected by conflict. The conflict in the south of Thailand has targeted schools and teachers; a large number of migrant children do not have access to quality education.

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Breakthrough in education for migrant children in Thailand  

Save the Children Thailand has been campaigning for migrant children’s rights to access basic quality education. Although an Education for All policy exists, over 225,000 migrant children are still...

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Promising Practices in Refugee Education

In March 2017, Save the Children, with Pearson and UNHCR set out to increase awareness of the important work happening in the refugee education sector; demonstrate the diverse ways in which...

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Unlocking Childhood - Voices of refugee and asylum seeker ch...

The children in this film have all experienced immigration detention in South East Asia. They hope their stories will reach those who have the power to stop children being detained. All children...

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Education for Every Last Child

Over 200,000 migrant children in Thailand still does not have access to education....

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Every Last Child's Rights to Education

Over 200,000 migrant children in Thailand still does not have access to education....

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Education Safe from Disasters

Watch this animated video to see how education safe from disasters ensures uninterrupted learning for children in Asia

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Addressing the Issues of Non-Thai Education System in Thailand

This is a summary of the Save the Children “Every Last Child” Campaign launch event, expressing the views and opinions of education experts, development partners, media and children. The event was...

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What is it like to be a refugee for 30 years?

This week brings together leaders from around the world to New York City for the UN General Assembly to discuss the topic of the growing forcibly displaced population. There are 65 million forcibly...

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As the world marks International Literacy Day, Thailand faces a reading crisis

Save the Children is calling for action on Thailand’s reading crisis as the world celebrates the 51st International Literacy Day, which highlights the importance of reading and writing across the...

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Do migrants deserve equal opportunities in Thailand?

Watch this video to see what the general public think in Thailand about equal opportunities for migrants. Conducted by Save the Children in Thailand.

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Providing aid for 4-year-old Meah

The four-year-old Meah* was left behind by her own mother at Surat Thani shelter in southern Thailand in March 2015.  Back in December 2014, Meah, her mother, and her baby sister were caught by the...

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Addressing the issues of Non-Thai Education System in Thailand

61% of migrant children in Thailand are still not in school despite the existing Education for All (EFA) policy. Moreover, only 3% and 1%, respectively, are reported as enrolled in lower and upper...

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Report: Unequal Portions

Good nutrition – a healthy, balanced, adequate diet – is a matter of life or death. And the difference between surviving or thriving. It is essential for a healthy immune system, to protect against...

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Migrant Children Deserve Equal Chance to Attend School in Thailand

Thailand has a long history of hosting migrants and refugees from neighboring countries as they flee conflict and extreme poverty. Over the past decade alone, hundreds of thousands of migrant...

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