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By Mekong Migration Network (MMN) |
<p>In a year when fewer people have travelled or migrated voluntarily than in any time in recent history, hundreds of thousands of people in Myanmar have been forced to flee for their own safety and survival.&nbsp;</p>
By Mekong Migrant Network |
<p>Rather than seeking a scapegoat, the current outbreak, centred on Samut Sakhon&rsquo;s Central Shrimp Market, brings into sharp focus the disproportionate impact that the pandemic is having on the livelihood and health of Thailand&rsquo;s much maligned migrant workers.</p>
By SEA Junction |
<p>Mekong Migration Network (MMN) and SEA Junction present&nbsp;<em>Beyond “Tolerance”: Living Together with Migrants,</em>&nbsp;a photo exhibition and documentary video, in collaboration with documentary photographer Mr.</p>
By Mekong Migration Network (MMN) |
<p>On February 25th 2010, in Pak Nam sub-district, Ranong province, soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division fired on a pickup truck carrying 13 undocumented migrant workers from Burma, resulting in the deaths of three migrant children. Those killed were a three or four year old, six or seven year old girl, and a 16-year-old boy. Five others were also injured during the shooting .</p>