Human trafficking in the “land of smiles” is often underestimated by the government and overestimated by some NGOs

Trafficking in Thailand: what the Tip doesn’t say – Guardian, June 27, 2013
…What the TIP report didn’t mention is that the recruitment and exploitation of children in Thailand often follows geographic and ethnic patterns. According to a 2012 report by Trafcord, an organisation set up in 2002 to tackle human trafficking in northern Thailand, central and southern Thai migrants are more vulnerable to different kinds of exploitation, while northern Thailand is more prone to child sex trafficking…

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