The Arakan Human Rights and Development Organisation (AHRDO) is a non-profit, independent organisation formed on October 9, 2011. AHRDO is open for membership to all Arakanese people, regardless of their sex, colour, religion, or political affiliation, and works for the common good of the entire Arakanese population.
No.3, 4th Floor, Tha Yak Taw Street, San Chaung Township, Yangon
Phone: +959 3615 5434 Phone: +959 4931 1108
Thu, May 26, 2022

Language: English Burmese

Worker Affairs Workshop held


AHRDO conducted a worker affairs workshop over two days from 16th-17th October 2012 in their Mae Sot office, on the Thai-Burma border. The workshop was focused on Burmese migrant rights, Burmese migrant workers’ passports, and Thai’s laws for Burmese migrants.

U Moe Grow from Joint Action Committee for Burma Affairs (JACBA), U Maung Gree from (New Light School) led the Workshop, which seven AHRDO members attended.

The main aim of the workshop was to promote awareness of the statue laws for Burmese migrant workers who work in Thailand.

AHRDO intends to do follow up activities regarding worker rights and worker laws in Thailand for Burmese migrant workers after the worker affair workshop has finished.

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