Winrock’s history in Thailand stretches deep to the roots of the organization, when 60 students from the Southeast Asian country were awarded graduate-level fellowships by the Agricultural Development Council — founded by John D. Rockefeller 3RD in 1954. In 2005, the nation also benefitted from the work of John D. Rockefeller 3rd scholars, who investigated how the rural poor could be compensated for protecting the environment — for example, keeping forest watersheds clean. In the last few years, Winrock project work has focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the forestry and land-use sector.
In this module, participants will learn about the international and regional legal framework related to human trafficking cases, including criminal, labour, immigration, and human rights laws. The first training will also introduce participants to the key definitions and terms such as human trafficking, forced labour, child labour, and migrant smuggling.
This module offers insight to different laws, policies, and procedures that apply in human trafficking and forced labour cases in Thailand – including relevant criminal, labour, and human rights laws.
The last module is focused on legal issues that arise in cross-border human trafficking or forced labour cases, or cases where there is an international element, including key legal and practical issues that arise in cross-border trafficking or forced labour cases.