International Thai Foundation (ITF)

http://www.thai-charity.org/

History

The International Thai Foundation (ITF) is a global charity registered in England, Thailand and the U.S. Established in 2010 to promote education, protect human rights and relieve poverty for the people in Thailand. The ITF also helps Thai people, their families and businesses integrate into foreign communities outside of the Kingdom. Projects are as follows: a ‘Community Legal Centre’ in Warrington, England providing pro bono legal services to minorities and disadvantaged people; a ‘Community Hub’ in Chiang Mai and Bangkok, Thailand offering pro bono legal services to people who are poor, marginalized and vulnerable so they may access justice; a ‘Train the Trainer’ English-language training for empowerment; a‘Prison Hub’ that gives advice to detainees and their families about their rights; and a ‘CSR Network’ between companies, academic institutions, NGOs, government authorities and private individuals to promote economic sustainability, human rights and minimum labor standards.

Mission

Promote education, protect human rights and relieve people from poverty in Thailand

  • Contact Information:
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  • Thailand
  • Active In: Thailand, United Kingdom, United States
  • Forms of Abolition: 
  • Awareness, Prosecution
  • Forms of Slavery: 
  • Forced Labor, Child Labor