The students discussed with people from the Center to Protect and Rehabilitate Local Communities, Friends Without Borders, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law, and Development, Human Rights and Development Foundation, and People Living with HIV/AIDS Network.
Special thanks go to the Lahu Indigenous Peoples and Myanmar migrant workers who chose to share their experiences with the group. Our gratitude also to Aj. Mukdawan Sakboon for providing the team an overview of Thailand’s legal framework regarding indigenous rights.
Our gratitude to Punnawit Tantirapan, Marie Therese Aburquez, and APWLD peeps for some of the photos.