Migrant and Child Labor in Thailand’s Shrimp and Other Seafood Supply Chains

To address child labor and labor conditions of migrant workers in Thailand’s shrimp and other seafood supply chains, the International Labour Organization and The Asia Foundation present the landmark study: Migrant and Child Labor in Thailand’s Shrimp and Other Seafood Supply Chains: Labor Conditions and the Decision to Study or Work. The study provides practical, empirically grounded policy recommendations to stakeholders in both national and provincial governments and industry, drawing on a combination of existing evidence and data from the ILO’s work in Thailand and supplementary qualitative information generated through informant interviews, focus group discussions, and consultations with stakeholders.

Read the news release here.

Read the Executive Summary here.

Posted September 14, 2015
Related locations: Thailand
Related programs: Law and Justice, Strengthen Governance

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