From Migrant Worker's Social Security to ASEAN Security: Education and Development of Foreign Children

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This paper addresses how to formulate the space of peace negotiation for the displaced person from fighting  from Myanmar who has been inhabiting along the Thai-Myanmar border. It is the group of people who was affected by ethnic onflict and long civil war in Myanmar. However, such incidents  impacts on securities of Thailand in various ways such as illegal immigrations, human trafficking, drugs trafficking and the territorial problem. Although Myanmar is currently encouraging the peace negotiation and national ceasefire agreement, it faces various obstacles which stemmed from long complicated histories.  This paper argues that Thailand as neighboring state and was affected by such problem should involve in the peace negotiation through constructive ways, especially the encouraging of the displaced person from fighting in peace negotiation process where they can show the need and the way how to resolve the conflict. It will be benefit for making sustainable peace negotiation in Myanmar and securities of Thailand as well.

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BOONYAWONGWIWAT, T. . (2018). From Migrant Worker’s Social Security to ASEAN Security: Education and Development of Foreign Children. ASIA PARIDARSANA, 39(1), 61–86. Retrieved from
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