USAID Thailand Counter Trafficking in Persons developed this resource toolkit as a platform for civil society organizations (CSO) to access information and materials to assist them in conducting outreach and awareness-raising activities related to the rights and support for migrant communities.
Information is empowerment. Providing migrant workers the information about basic rights, TIP risks, signs, complaint channels and services available to them can help reduce TIP and labor exploitation. Creative materials such as videos, short films, and presentation slides for public awareness are also available in this toolkit. CSO users can explore resources on monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of their work, conducting social and behavior change communication, and incorporating gender equality and social inclusion in their activities. These essential components help ensure that activities planned for migrants are impactful and sustainable.
The USAID Thailand Counter Trafficking in Persons program is made possible by funding from USAID through the support of the American people. The program is led by Winrock International in partnership with Liberty Shared, World Vision, Resonance and BBC Media Action.