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Forces to keep eye on migrants

Authorities along the Cambodian-Thai border continue to maintain tight security and prevent workers from illegally crossing the border into Thailand following the Khmer New Year, as the number of workers returning from the neighbouring country begins to decrease. ...

Lay Samean
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/forces-keep-eye-migrants

Regional fishing migrant workers’ labour rights to be protected

The first National Consultative Dialogue of “Ship to Shore Rights South East Asia”, a four-year (2020-2024) programme, was held on Friday in Phnom Penh. ...

Tin Sokhavuth
https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50929679/regional-fishing-migrant-workers-labour-rights-to-be-protected/

After Thai floods, flow of migrant labor soars

Thailand’s ongoing recovery efforts from recent flooding have led to a resurgence in the country’s demand for labor, resulting in a record number of Cambodian migrants crossing the border in search of work, officials and experts said yesterday. Ouk Keorattanak, Banteay Manteay provincial deputy administration chief, ...

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