UNICEF Thailand's Seven Asks for the General Elections


Girls and boys wearing facial masks stand in a row, holding drawings in their hands.
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As citizens of Thailand prepare to exercise their right to vote, UNICEF Thailand's Seven Asks for the General Elections calls on political parties to prioritise child-related issues in their agendas. The seven asks address critical issues that affect the future of Thailand's 13.7 million children, including accessible and affordable quality childcare services, transforming education, universalising the child support grant, addressing the needs of young people not in employment, education, or training, inclusive services for children with disabilities, ensuring online safety, and increasing investment in social service workforce. By taking action on these asks, we can ensure that every child in Thailand has an equal chance to thrive and reach their full potential.

A cover of "UNICEF Thailand's Seven Asks for the General Elections" whitepaper.
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