Ruji Auethavornpipat

Fixing ASEAN’s Partnership with Civil Society

For regional initiatives to have a meaningful impact for the peoples, both ASEAN leaders and civil society need to work out exactly what this ‘partnership’ is.

Tackling human trafficking in ASEAN

ASEAN’s new convention against human trafficking is progress, but without a focus on prevention, trafficking won’t stop, writes Ruji Auethavornpipat.

Explaining the Lack of Change in Southeast Asia: The Practice of Migrant Worker Rights in the 'ASEAN Migration Field'

Ruji Auethavornpipat, ‘Explaining the Lack of Change in Southeast Asia: The Practice of Migrant Worker Rights in the “ASEAN Migration Field” ’, International Journal of Migration and Bord

Addressing the Root Causes of Conflict-Driven Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia

Ruji Auethavornpipat, ‘Addressing the Root Causes of Conflict-Driven Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia’, Asia Pacific Bulletin, No. 396, 12 September 2017.

Thailand’s new migrant worker policy is a step onto uncertain ground

Thailand’s most recent move on migrant worker policy (the Royal Ordinance on Foreign Workers Management) has been a debacle. While not a complete failure, a shift in policymaking is needed, writes Ruji Auethavornpipat.

Assessing Regional Cooperation: ASEAN States, Migrant Worker Rights and Norm Socialization in Southeast Asia

Ruji Auethavornpipat, ‘Assessing Regional Cooperation: ASEAN States, Migrant Worker Rights and Norm Socialization in Southeast Asia’ Global Change, Peace & Security, 29(2) 2017: 129-43

Thailand must end trafficking of all migrant workers

Slavery in the seafood industry is just one part of a broader problem. And here’s how it can be addressed.

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