Navigating a Changed Landscape Project
Consequences of regionalised migration policies for Thai policy-makers, non-governmental organisations, and migration trends
Migrants and asylum seekers from Asia, the Middle East, and Africa are increasingly using countries like Thailand as transit points to Australia and New Zealand, but are faced with increasingly regionalised enforcement practices that may impact opportunities for transit and protection. Research led by Dr. Kate Coddington, Postdoctoral Research Associate at IBRU, explores the implications of these strategies for Thai stakeholders, including policy-makers and non-governmental organisations. Dr. Coddington will be hosted by the Asian Research Centre for Migration at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand and funded by the British Council, Thailand.