2nd International Exchange for Dialogue

The 2nd International Conference “Cross border cooperation on Labour Migration and Human Trafficking between Cambodia and Thailand: from policies framework to the implementation. An exchange of knowledge, experiences and practices toward the protection of Cambodian migrant workers” aims is to offer a room for dialogue to strengthen the cooperation between Cambodian and Thai Institutions.

Starting from the findings resulted during the first International Conference, the initiative seeks to continue with the process that could lead to a more effective implementation of labour policies and a better protection of migrants’ rights, trying to eradicate each form of exploitation.

24-26 April 2019, Siem Reap, Cambodia

 

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We asked to organizations and institutions that participated to the 2nd International Conference between Cambodia and Thailand to explain us which are the main problems that people that migrate from a country to another are facing and to take a commitment.

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Press

You can download the press releases of the 2nd International Exchange Visit here :

1. Siem Reap, 23th April

2. Siem Reap, 30th April

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