2.1 National Cabinet Resolution 2005

2.Governance and Policy

SpeakerName: Mr. Pumsaran Tongliemnak

Description: Thailand is one of the largest destinations of migrants in the Southeast Asian region, with more than two million migrants from Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR and with one million migrant workers officially registered (2011). Thus, a chronology of the reformulation of policies concerning the schooling of migrant children is discussed in this presentation, and an overview of the progress, obstacles and ongoing efforts for out-of-school children in Thailand is provided.

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