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Thailand: 1. Please provide information about the following: (i) whether a baby in the care of their mother would be at risk of being attacked or trafficked because they are half-white, and an Australian citizen, if they were living (a) in Prasat district or Surin district in the north-east border region of Thailand; or (b) elsewhere in Thailand. 2. Please provide information about whether the mother of a half-white Australian baby would be at risk of being seriously harmed because of the need to protect her baby from violence or trafficking. 3. If there is a risk of harm of the type mentioned in Questions 1 or 2, who are the persons or groups who may cause this harm? 4. Would the Thai police or other authorities be willing and able to protect the mother and her baby, who is half-white, and an Australian citizen, from harm of the type mentioned in Questions 1 and 2? If not, why not? 5. If there is no risk of harm to such a mother and her baby in other parts of Thailand, would the mother, who has previously worked as a production worker, be able to live safely and support herself there without the presence and support of family members?

10 March 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. Please provide the most recent country information on the prevalence of sexual exploitation of women and children in Thailand. 2. Please provide the most recent country information about the level of state protection available to people facing such sexual exploitation in Thailand. 3. Is there any reported information indicating that people who are or who have been sex workers in Thailand face discrimination or mistreatment from authorities or others in Thailand? 4. Please provide the most recent country information relating to rehabilitation programmes for victims of sexual exploitation in Thailand

11 January 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. How are Muslims treated in Thailand? 2. How are Buddhist converts to Islam treated in Thailand? How are Buddhist women who marry Muslims and convert to Islam treated? 3. How are Thai women who marry foreigners treated in Thailand? 4. Would such persons face persecution or be denied State protection as a result of these characteristics?

21 April 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. Are political proponents of democracy in Thailand subjected to any adverse attention from the Thai authorities? 2. To what extent are such proponents subjected to arbitrary arrest and detention? 3. To what extent does the Thai government restrict freedom of speech? 4. Are individuals able to criticise the government publicly without reprisal? 5. Has the situation for such proponents of democracy worsened since the coup of 19 September 2006? 6. Does martial law still operate in Thailand? 7. If so, where? 8-13. Questions deleted. 14. Is there any evidence to support the claim that the payment of bribes to the police would be necessary to achieve a person's release from prison in Thailand?

30 May 2007 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. What is the position regarding tension between Muslims and Buddhists in Thailand? 2. What is the position regarding persons who convert from Islam to Buddhism - are they targeted by Muslims? 3. Are the police able and willing to offer protection to women in these situations? 4. Are the police able and willing to offer protection to converts in these situations? 5. Please provide information regarding the legal/police system in Thailand and whether the country has a fully functioning legal system

22 December 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. Where is Khon Kaen? 2. What is required to convert from Buddhism to Islam and vice versa? 3. What level of police protection is available to women in Thailand? 4. Please provide information regarding relocation for women who are facing violence from their husband/family?

22 November 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. Is there any information on whether there have been reprisals against former trafficked women who have paid off their debt and not informed on their traffickers? 2. How well organised are the traffickers and would they have information that a person was not an informant in Australia? 3. Regarding re-trafficking, is it correct to say that in Thailand there is no forced trafficking/kidnapping and that the consent of the woman to working in the sex industry is obtained? 4. Is there any new country information to indicate that there has been an improvement in the level protection by state authorities from traffickers? Is so what protection can a trafficked woman reasonably expect? 5. Question deleted

13 November 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. Please advise what police or authority protection is available regarding domestic violence in Thailand generally and also with particular reference to Sing Buri and also Hat Yai. 2. Please advise what services are available to women at risk of domestic violence in all parts of Thailand and in the two regions set out above. 3. Please advise if police can intervene in domestic violence situations. 4. Please advise what legal protection is available to women at risk of domestic violence and if there are any regional differences in the two regions mentioned above

31 October 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Thailand: 1. Please provide information about Thai industrial relations law and protections available to industrial workers and union support. 2. Please provide information on trade unions and other workers' associations

13 October 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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