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Title: Thailand Case Study: Migration and Natural Disasters – The Impact on Migrants of the 2011 Floods in Thailand
Authors: Bravi, Alessandra
Schaur, Katharina
Trupp, Alexander
Sakulsri, Teeranong
Tadee, Reena
Apipornchaisakul, Kanya
Punpuing, Sureeporn
Keywords: Flood Control-Vulnerability,संकटासन्नता
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: International Centre for Migration Policy Development
Abstract: This case study examines the immediate and longer-term consequences of the 2011 floods in Thailand on migrants from Myanmar, Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam. It was conducted as part of the EU-funded project Migrants in Countries in Crisis: Supporting an Evidence-Based Approach for Effective and Cooperative State Action. Under this project, six case studies were prepared. The current report represents one of these. Due to the nature of the 2011 flood disaster in Thailand and the relatively fast rebound of the Thai economy, most of the migrants affected by the crisis were still in Thailand at the time this research was done. For many of them, the longer-term effects of the disaster stemmed mainly from their experiences during the crisis, the choices they made to cope and other events in the aftermath of the floods, particularly changes in Thailand’s migrant registration system.
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