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From the Tiger to the Crocodile: Abuse of Migrant Workers in Thailand

By Human Rights Watch  •  February 22, 2010

A 124-page report that is based on 82 interviews with migrants from neighboring Burma, Cambodia, and Laos. It describes the widespread and severe human rights abuses faced by migrant workers in Thailand, including killings, torture in detention, extortion, and sexual abuse, and labor rights abuses such as trafficking, forced labor, and restrictions on organizing.

Download the report.

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