Hidden scars: how violence harms the mental health of children Download English version ดาวน์โหลดเวอร์ชั่นภาษาไทย The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in various unprecedented crises including threats to people’s mental health. The significant impact of the pandemic on people’s mental health has led related studies to recommend that this issue should be treated as an international public health […]
Update from the Hub July 2022
At the beginning of 2022 the Hub was still suffering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. During March and April staff observed a drop off in children using the service as many homeless youths were infected with Covid. The Hub provided access to free ATK tests for those children suspected of having an infection. […]
What is Corporal Punishment?
What is Corporal Punishment? Corporal punishment is a method of physical discipline intended to cause pain to a person. When it’s inflicted on minors, especially in home and school settings, its methods may include spanking or caning. Corporal punishment or violent discipline by caregivers is the most common form of violence against children. Worldwide, 4 […]
Child Online Safety Concerns
A recent global survey The Child Online Safety Index (COSI) ranked Thailand last out of 30 countries selected for the research project. The study, conducted over 3 years collected data from 145,426 children and collated scores based on a wide range of online activity and metrics. The country fell particularly short in the Cyber Risks […]
Childline Thailand Foundation (CTF) wish to thank the Australian- Thai Chamber of Commerce for the generous donation they made in December 2019. AustCham is one of the most active foreign chambers in Thailand. Their extensive network has been growing since 1977 and over the years the Chamber has influenced the development of two-way trade between […]