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Newsletter Volume 7 November 14th, 2020

The newsletter MMC:  Volume 7 November 14th, 2020

  • Message from the MMC Director
  • Emerging into a Post-pandemic World: Migration Prospects and Democratic Challenges
  • A “new” or a “better’ normal for migrants in ASEAN?
  • Precarity of Thai female workers in the UK amid the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Thailand Elite Card: Little Known, but Growing in Popularity in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Going Nowhere, Being Everywhere: An Emerging Pattern of Population Mobility
  • Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) and Migration
  • Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the situation with CIS migrants in the Russian labor market
  • The Global Compact for Migration under Covid-19? The Case of Thai Migrant Workers 
  • Access to basic rights of cross-border migrant children in Thailand
  • Introduction to our ongoing intercultural research – Between global sex work and human trafficking: an analysis of interviews and networks
  • Alcohol Use among Young Migrant Workers in Thailand
  • Bilateral Agreements: Opportunities or Challenges for Cambodian Labor Migrants
  • The Constructs of Privilege and Marginalization Subjectively Experienced by Extralocal Teachers of English in Thailand
  • MMC Publications 2019 – 2020
  • MMC Research Project 2019 – 2020
  • Editor’s Note
Newsletter Volume 6 July1st 2018

The newsletter MMC : Volume 6 July 1st, 2018

  •  The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration
  •  Social Integration of Thai Muslim Labor Migrants in Malaysia : An Overlooked Challenge
  •  Urban Refugees in Thailand: Are They Visible to the Naked Eye?
  • Chinese Are Now Top Foreign Property Buyer in Thailand
  •  Lifestyle Migrants in Thailand: Privileged yet Vulnerable
  • Thai-Western Sexual Migration
  •  Dependency on Agricultural Migrant Workers - A Labour Rights Approach to Research
  • MMC Publications 2015 - 2018
  • MMC Research Project 2015 - 2018
  •  Editor’s note


The newsletter MMC : Volume 5 July 1st, 2014
  • Message from the MMC Director:The Success and Challenges of the HIV Prevention Program for Foreign Migrant
    Workers in Thailand
  • Access to Maternal Health Services by Migrants: How Have Things Changed?
  • Undocumented, Unskilled Women Migrant Workers: The ASEAN Way
  • Interesting Figure The Ten Most Populated Provinces of Migrants in Thailand from Myanmar, Cambodia, and Lao PDR, 2013
  • Passport Forgery, Human Trafficking and the Transnational Crime Nexus
  • Transnational Migration Puts Thai Researchers in the Snow
  • Factors Affecting Safety or Vulnerability among Cross Border Migrants in Thailand
  • Trends in the Percentage of Children Affected by Parent's Migration in Thailand
  • Migration News: International Migrants Day
  • Conducting Fieldwork Amidst the Unrest: A Field Note from the Three Southernmost Provinces
  • MMC publications 2013 - 2014
  • Editor's note
The newsletter MMC : Volume 4 July 1st, 2013
  • News from IPSR Directorm
  • Verification from the Mahidol Migration Center (MMC) Director: Integrating Migrants for Better HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs in Thailand and Beyond, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, MMC Director
  • How does parental absence affect the children of migrants? The CLAIM studies,Kerry Richter
  • Stateless Persons and Policy Responses in ASEAN Countries,Sakkarin Niyomsilpa
  • Migration to and from Thailand within the ASEAN Community,Kritaya Archavanitkul
  • Muslim Immigrants in Bangkok,Aree Jampaklay and Kathy Ford
  • Interesting Figures:
  • The Collaborative Workshop on Creating Dialogue between Migrant Workers and Employers, Saowapak Suksinchai
  • MMC Publications 2012/2013
  • Message from the MMC Editor
The newsletter MMC : Volume 3 July 1st, 2012
  • Welcome from the MMC Director
  • The Success of Family Planning Program in Thailand Being Extended to Its Migrant Workers - But They Have Miracles : Survey Results of Contraceptive Practices among Myanmar, Cambodian and Laotian Migrant Workers in Thailand Aphichat Chamratrithirong Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University
  • A Fear of the Unknown : Thai Prejudice against Displaced Persons and Migrants from Myanmar Malee Sunpuwan & Sakkarin Niyomsilpa Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University
  • Expanding Engagement with Myanmar
  • Aung San Suu Kyi visits Myanmar migrants in Machachi Rebecca Miller Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University
  • Historical Migration Trends in Bangkok Period, Siam LTC. Amornrat Bunnag Center of Doctrine and Strategic Development, Army Training Command
  • Migrants, Minorities, and Refugees : Integration and Well-Being 2nd MMC Regional Consultative Meeting Rebecca Miller & Kerry Richter Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University
  • MMC Publications 2011/2012 – 21 June 2012
The newsletter MMC : Special Edition
  • Thailand’s Semi-Regularisation of Low Skilled Migrant Workers
  • Thailand’s Migrant Worker Regularisation Framework
  • Thailand’s Experiences of Regularisation
  • A Fluctuating Migrant Regularisation Policy
The newsletter MMC : 2nd Edition 1st July 2011
  • Welcome from IPSR Director
  • Towards Effective Management of Stateless Persons in Thailand
  • Low Skilled Migration and Thailand: Prospects for 2011
  • HIV Prevention Amongst Foreign Migrant Workers in Thailand
  • Survey of Thai Public Opinion on Refugees and Displaced Persons from Myanmar
  • Muslim Women’s Migration to Malaysia as a Response to the Unrest in the Three Southernmost Provinces of Thailand
  • MMC Publications 2010/2011
  • Current MMC Migration Research Projects (2010 – 2011)
The newsletter MMC : Volume 1 Edition 1July 1st, 2010
  • MMC Field Focus : ‘Sabai’1 Discussion with Lao Migrants in Ubon Ratchathani March 30th, 2010
  • Indirect Migration Policies: Lessons from the Past
  • Thai State Policy to Manage Irregular Migration from Neighboring Countries

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