Contract Farming in Thailand: A View from the Farm
AbstractThe study presents an initial assessment of the situation and to raise the main issues in terms of farmersâ€™ and workersâ€™ rights. It is part of a long term process involving farmer movements, trade unions, NGOs and international organisations aimed at developing strategies by which both contract and independent farmers can improve their bargaining power and living conditions. [FGS OP No. 2].
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farmers; worker's right; NGO; developing strategies; living conditions; farming; thailand; contract farming; farms; asia;
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