Exhibition : Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand

Posted on November 29, 2013


They left their country for opportunities and earn money cleaning homes, dangling from scaffolding at construction sites and all too often being drawn into worse situations.


“Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand” opens tonight at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club of Thailand to show the lives of migrant workers from Myanmar who escaped poverty, conflict and abuse to work in Thailand. Millions are estimated to be living illegally in Thailand, but are their lives improved?


On display is the work of freelance photographer Sittichai Jittatad, 35, whose work has been featured in the Thai National Geographic Magazine.


Documentary photography exhibition “Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand” by Sittichai Jittatad

Friday 29th Novenber 2013 to Friday 31th January 2014 // 10 am. to 11 pm.

Open on Friday 29 November 2013 at 7 pm

At FCCT (The Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand)
Penthouse, Maneeya Center Building,


Jeanne Marie Hallacy

Suppattra Vimonsuknopparat

More Information

www.facebook.com/sittichai.photography, Tel. +668 . 9665 . 3019

www.fccthai.com, Tel. +662 . 652 . 0580-1


World Vision Foundation of Thailand
Labour Right Promotion Network Foundation
Sompong Sakaew – Paul Buckley & Friends (UNIAP)
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand(FCCT)
Thailand – International Labour Organization
Posted in: Bangkok