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Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF)

Bangkok, Thailand
Joined December 2016
Presence in: Thailand

Objectives:

1.To promote and protect human rights, democracy and peace;

2.To strengthen the standards on human rights, democracy and peace whilst promoting and acting to translate the said principles into practice;

3.To support development which promotes and protects human rights, democracy and peace;

4.To promote and safeguard quality of environment, sustainable use of natural resources and people’s rights in this regard;

5.To safeguard consumers’ rights and oppose unfair business or trade competition;

6.To coordinate and collaborate with concerned individuals and organizations committed to human rights issues, either governmental or non-governmental, working to achieve the above-mentioned objectives,

7.To organize educational and training programmes; to disseminate data and information; to organize meetings or conferences, seminars, symposiums and hears; to produce fact-finding reports and/or situation reports, observation reports on elections, reports on observation of trials and court proceedings; to file petitions or complaints; to provide legal aid or to take legal actions and to undertake any litigation in order to achieve the above mentioned objectives.

People Associated With This Organization

Chonticha Tangworamongkon

Thailand  
Human Rights and Development Foundation... (Unverified)
Joined August 2019
Interests: Labor & Employment
Chonticha Tangworamongkon works for the Human Rights and Development Foundation, a frontline organization providing legal aid to migrant workers. HRDF's key mission is to promote and protect the human rights of migrant workers and their families in Thailand, with a particular focus on issues related to access to justice, labour trafficking and safe migration. Chonticha has a long experience working on diverse issues in the Mekong region, including on hydropower and energy, community rights, informal economy, and labour migration.

Nishkhan Usayspant

Thailand  
Human Rights and Development Foundation... (Unverified)
Joined August 2017
Interests: Labor & Employment, Peace-building, Traditional / Customary Justice
I am a law graduate, with International Law as main area of study. I am interested in international development and human rights and have been looking to work for organizations that focus on the issues.
Somchai Homlaor is the network champion (main point of contact) for Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF).

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