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Thailand determined to push forward with more rigorous anti-human trafficking efforts

28 February 2013 - National News Bureau of Thailand. Thailand is on course to push forward with more rigorous efforts to clampdown on human trafficking. Deputy Government Spokesperson Chalitrat Chandrubeksa said that the Cabinet on Wednesday approved an urgent master plan designed to enable the government to implement more anti-human trafficking plans in 2013.

Thailand is on course to push forward with more rigorous efforts to clampdown on human trafficking. 

Deputy Government Spokesperson Chalitrat Chandrubeksa said that the Cabinet on Wednesday approved an urgent master plan designed to enable the government to implement more anti-human trafficking plans in 2013. 

Mr. Chalitrat stated the Cabinet meeting also assigned related state agencies to implement the details in the approved master plan and to regularly report the progress to the Social Development Ministry, who will compile all data to be presented to the Cabinet later. 

He elaborated that the master plan on anti-human trafficking focuses on such elements as the control of human trafficking in the labor market, the amendment of related laws, the identification of victims and the perpetrators of human trafficking, and the enhancement of law enforcement as well as the improvement of Thailand’s image in the international community.

Source: http://thainews.prd.go.th/centerweb/newsen/NewsDetail?NT01_NewsID=WNSOC5602280010001

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