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Luisa Schwarz – Blog 2: Adapting to the Jungle Life

One month ago, I stepped foot in Dokita, a little village outside of Mae Hong Son city in the North of Thailand. After spending my first few days in Bangkok, I was immediately struck by the contrast of the lush… Continue Reading →

Kaylin Arason – Blog 2: Adapting to Find Comfort in the Discomfort

On May 6th, I was sitting in my Mother’s living room watching the Bangkok episode of Netflix’s “Street Food” and drooling over all the nomz that would soon grace my tastebuds. With a month full of exams, vaccinations, and packing… Continue Reading →

Alanya Dhalla – Blog 4: ‘Irregular migrants, Refugees, or Trafficked Persons?’

The eleventh issue of the Anti-Trafficking Review was released this past week on the theme ‘Irregular Migrants, Refugees or Trafficked Persons?’ The Anti-Trafficking Review is an open access, peer reviewed journal that is published biannually by the Global Alliance Against… Continue Reading →

Alanya Dhalla – Blog 3: Centring the voices of migrant women workers

In August I had the amazing opportunity to accompany one of my colleagues on a support trip to visit the NGO AMKAS in Nepal as part of ongoing research which focuses on centring the voices of migrant women workers. GAATW’s… Continue Reading →

Nick Harrison – Blog 3: Multiculturalism at KSDC

It’s hard to believe that I’m already halfway through my internship here in rural Thailand. Recently, I’ve been contemplating the experiences that I’ve had at KSDC a lot. There’s so much to talk about, but there’s one particular subject that… Continue Reading →

Alanya Dhalla – Blog 2: Settling into a new life…

With the blink of an eye an entire month here in Bangkok has flown by! I knew this experience would bring with it enormous personal growth but it was hard to fathom exactly what life would really be like before… Continue Reading →

Alanya Dhalla – Blog 1: Off to Bangkok!

Introductory interview with Clara Harding! Listen to learn more about my background and what I am excited for when working with the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) in Bangkok, Thailand.

Duncan Chalmers – Blog 6: Dear future intern

“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.” – J.R.R Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring Dear, future… Continue Reading →

Duncan Chalmers – Blog 5: Privilege, Positionality, and Education

As my placement here at the Karenni Social Development Center comes to a close, I’ve taken some time to critically reflect upon the concepts of privilege and positionality. From the outset of this program, that being the CAPI internship program,… Continue Reading →

Duncan Chalmers – Blog/Podcast 4: Pedagogy, Conversation, and Laughter.

Learning a new language is no easy feat. In fact, in many ways, it’s really quite the opposite. I have come to know this both from personal experience and from hearing the thoughts of some of my students here at… Continue Reading →

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