Thailand’s Significant Advances in Combating Human Trafficking

Thailand has made significant advances in combating human trafficking, working with its partners at home and abroad including neighboring nations, the United States, the European Union, international organizations, and NGOs to implement preventive measures, to protect and assist victims and, importantly, to bring human traffickers to justice.

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Good Progress on Promoting Better Understanding between People Holding Different Views

Good progress has been made in promoting better understanding between conflicting parties, or people holding different views on political and social issues, in Thai society over the years.

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Ban Tan Yong Po: A Model Empowered Community in Satun

Unlike the three southern border provinces of Yala, Pattani, and Narathiwat, Satun does not face violent extremism. It has been successful in empowering local communities, so that local residents and officials work closely in tackling various problems.

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Curfew Has Been Lifted Nationwide

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has announced the end of the curfew in the remaining provinces across the country as of 13 June 2014.

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Results of the Lower Mekong Initiative and the Friends of Lower Mekong Senior Officials’ Meeting

As head of the Thai delegation, the Director-General of the Department of ASEAN Affairs, Mr. Arthayuth Srisamoot, has attended the Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) and the Friends of the Lower Mekong (FLM) Senior Officials’ Meetings.

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Creating an Atmosphere Conducive to National Reconciliation

All provinces nationwide are proceeding with the plan to create an atmosphere that is conducive to national reconciliation, in line with the instructions given by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).

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Briefing on the Policy Concerning the Southern Border Provinces

Government officials in the deep South have been urged to maintain close contact with local residents and adopt proactive operations to tackle problems in the southern border provinces.

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Foreign Investors Still Have Confidence in Thailand

The Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand (JFCCT) have agreed that the business ambience in Thailand has not changed significantly since the establishment of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).

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22 Provinces and 7 Districts Are Now Curfew-Free

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has issued an announcement on the revocation of the curfew in 17 provinces and 15 districts in three provinces.

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International Confidence in Thailand’s Investment and Tourism

International confidence in the investment and tourism situation in Thailand is improving.



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