Government Cooperation

“Best Practices for Better Management of Migration”

On 10 September 2013, Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC) in collaboration with National Committee Secretariat to Lead the Suppression of Trafficking, Smuggling, Labor Exploitation and Sexual Exploitation on Women and Children (NCS/S.T.S.L.S) and Winrock International organized sub-national workshop on “Best Practices for Better Management of Migration”, held at Provincial Hall of Banteay Meanchey with participation of 106 participants (45 female) who are from government officials at national and sub-national level, police, military, prosecutors, local authorities, NGOs, UN agencies, and migrants, and it was presided over by H.E Chou Bung Eng, Interior Ministry’s Secretary of State and Chair of NCS.

The main objective of this workshop is to identify possible mechanisms and/or practices that improve recognition legal status of undocumented migrant workers to Thailand.

The participants had the opportunity to learn and discuss on ASEAN Economic Integration and Labor Migration, Current Practice of Labor Migration to Thailand; and to be part in Group Discussion, and Plenary Discussion to discuss on issue of undocumented migrants.

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    After attending mushroom farming training at CWCC I successfully graduated with a USD100 grant to start my business.