Thailand Passes Stricter Forced Labour Law

9 April 2019
Research Innovation

Thailand recently amended its anti-human trafficking law, adding “forced labour or service” as an offence. Under the amended law, individuals found guilty of forced labour crimes can be jailed for four years and fined more than USD 12,000. Learn more about the law here.

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