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Freedom House Country Report – Political Rights : 5 Civil Liberties : 4 Status : Partly Free.
[accessed 28 June 2012]
Human Rights Watch.
[accessed 30 December 2010]
U.S. Library of Congress – Country Study.
Library of Congress Call Number DS563.5 .T4563 1989.
[accessed 19 June 2017]
"Modern day slavery". Prostitution in Thailand.
exquis Dodano : 30 July 2003.
[accessed 30 December 2010]
To every one of us being a child means playing, laughing, eating ice cream, being surrounded with loving and caring parents. For children in Thailand however, this is just a mere image of the impossible. Thousands of them are tricked, drugged and then sold or abducted into prostitution. Trafficking in human beings for the purpose of prostitution is described as “the modern day slavery”. As Orlando Patterson, a Sociologist at Harvard University defined it, “slavery is the permanent, violent domination of natally alienated and generally dishonored persons”. It robs the individual of her honor, self respect and self consciousness.
A Modern Form of Slavery: Trafficking of Burmese Women and Girls into Brothels in Thailand (Paperback)
Human Rights Watch (December 1993) — ISBN-10: 156432107X, ISBN-13: 978-1564321077.
[accessed 30 December 2010]
by Women’s Rights Project (Human Rights Watch) (Author), Asia Watch Committee (U. S.) (Author), Dorothy Q. Thomas (Editor), Sidney Jones (Editor).
Fighting Child Trafficking.
Peter Hadfield, Deutsche Welle News, 01.09.2007.
[accessed 30 December 2010]
"Families are still struggling to survive, and often, the poverty and the disparities between countries, and also between rural areas and the towns, pushes children and families to seek better opportunities," says Ravi Kaneta , who works in the child protection section at UNICEF, which focuses on child trafficking and sexual exploitation.
He says Thailand has become a regional magnet for trafficked children, and the routes are only now becoming clear. The children end up working in factories, as beggars on the streets, or worse, in brothels.
Singaporean man arrested on human trafficking charges – Result of ongoing investigations in Thailand and abroad.
Pattaya Mail, 22 May 2004.
[accessed 30 December 2010]
The charges brought against Lui Bok Poh were the result of ongoing investigations in Thailand and abroad. Poh allegedly transported women to Singapore and Malaysia for prostitution and would often pay for their visas and air tickets. Minders in those countries would deduct the expenses as the women earned their way out of debt before returning to Thailand.
Police revealed that, in cooperation with international agencies, they have a long list of those involved in human trafficking and will eventually arrest them all, confiscating all their assets in the process.
Video Warns of Human Traffickers’ False Promises.
The Nation, Thailand, 30 September 2003.
[accessed 3 May 2012]
He said the majority of the young trafficking victims who saw the video said they had not been aware of the risks and possible consequences associated with work migration. Khammoune Souphanthong , director of the Lao Social Welfare Department, welcomed the video, saying it would be a useful tool in educating Lao children on the dangers of trafficking. Local and Thai procurers lure Lao boys and girls with false promises of well-paid jobs in Thailand, he said. Many young Laotians were easy prey because they were attracted by the chance of becoming " modernised " in the style of role models seen on Thai television, he said.
Thai families partners in child sex trade – Border area’s products are drugs and daughters.
Andrew Perrin, San Francisco Chronicle, Mae Sai, Thailand, February 6, 2002.
[accessed 16 August 2012]
When Burmese migrant Ngun Chai sold his 13-year-old daughter into prostitution for $114, his wife, La, had one regret — they didn’t get a good price for her. "I should have asked for 10,000 baht ($228)," La Chai said. "He robbed us."
Human traffic, human rights: redefining victim protection [PDF]
Anti-Slavery International, ISBN: 0 900918 55 1.
[accessed 23 June 2013]
[page 177] LAH – Lah , an ethnic minority woman from Burma was trafficked into Thailand to work in prostitution. She was discovered during a police raid on the premises where she was staying. There was no arrest or prosecution against the owner of the massage parlours who, according to Lah and other women, was directly engaged in trafficking and benefiting from it. Police were insensitive to the needs of the women because they regarded them as willing prostitutes.22 Lah’s lawyer was denied access to participate in the process of taking the deposition from Lah and the other women.23 Critical information regarding the massage parlours and the participation of the owner was missing from the police file of the case.
Gender Concerns a Case Study of Thailand.
Sudarat Sereewat , FACE (Fight Against Child Exploitation) — This paper is for Asia and Pacific Alliance of YMCAs Regional Consultation on Gender Concerns focussing on Girls Trafficking and Forced Prostitution, 14 – 19 September 2001, Bangkok, Thailand.

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