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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khamhla Tongburan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together, they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thipphanan Singthong, a member of HomeNet Thailand, sews garments at a unique workers'-owned factory on the outskirts of Bangkok. Their main income is from sub-contracted work for a Thai polo-shirt company whose owner is willing to pay higher-than-average rates for quality products, which, in turn, support the higher, decent wages of the workers.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khrueawan Wiangnant works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khrueawan Wiangnant works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together, they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand, "Dignity Returns," and members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items ,and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihood is constantly at risk. Ranu Daweloa has been a leader in the movement to secure vending rights for Economy Square vendors. She has strengthened the street vendors' organization through a savings group and cooperative that tackles both eviction issues and debt problems. 

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Surunya Jindawiwat (left) and Suree Wongtrakul (right) are street vendors in Bangkok's Economy Square. Like many street vendors around the world, they have struggled to secure their right to vend. To tackle this issue, they have formed a savings group and a cooperative to strengthen their organization and recently joined HomeNet Thailand to connect with other informal worker groups.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Neeramol Sutipannapong, a home-based worker, stitches a variety of hand bags and other products to help support her family. Neeramol is also a leader in HomeNet Thailand, which works to improve the conditions of informal workers.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Tadakorn Suttiporn, a member of HomeNet Thailand, tends to the community-run garden in her free time. She is also a home-based worker, although her income from stitching is irregular. The community garden gives her, and other workers, income security and provides food for their families.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Nattaporn Jetjamnong, a member of HomeNet Thailand, sells crops from a community-run garden. She is also a home-based worker, although her income from stitching is irregular. The community garden gives her, and other workers, income security and provides food for their families.

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Keywords - PA0050681FR_in

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thiphaporn Tongkham, a street vendor, is a vital part of the Bangkok neighbourhood where she sells affordable, home-cooked food. Thiphaporn spends long hours vending, preparing the food for sale, washing up after the day is finished, and buying all the necessary materials.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thiphaporn Tongkham, a street vendor, is a vital part of the Bangkok neighbourhood where she sells affordable, home-cooked food. Thiphaporn spends long hours vending, preparing the food for sale, washing up after the day is finished, and buying all the necessary materials.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Ananya Songsai sorts plastic in the garage of her suburban Bangkok home. Small waste-sorting factories are common in this remote area of the city. Ananya is required to remove tape from used plastic bags so that it can be recycled. This tedious work earns her just 200-300 baht per day. However, HomeNet Thailand has been helping home-based waste recyclers in the area to gain more secure work and wages.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Ananya Songsai sorts plastic in the garage of her home to earn a small income. Plastic waste-sorting at home has become an income-generating activity for community members, particularly for the elderly, who no longer qualify for formal employment, and for women, whose domestic responsibilities hinder them from seeking outside employment. Generally, a home-based plastic waste sorter earns an average of 200-300 baht. 

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Ananya Songsai sorts plastic in the garage of her suburban Bangkok home. Small waste-sorting factories are common in this remote area of the city. Ananya is required to remove tape from used plastic bags so that it can be recycled. This tedious work earns her just 200-300 baht per day. However, HomeNet Thailand has been helping home-based waste recyclers in the area to gain more secure work and wages.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Wipharat Phaokanha is a founding partner of a small factory called Dignity Returns. The 15-member Solidarity Group is a collective of former factory garment workers who decided to establish a workers-owned factory to provide fair pay and fair working hours in a safe environment. As part of HomeNet Thailand, the group has joined other home-based garment worker to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khrueawan Wiangnan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Dignity Returns is a unique workers'-owned garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok. The 15 members form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who decided to found a workplace based on fair wages and working hours. Their main income is from sub-contracted work for a Thai polo-shirt company whose owner is willing to pay their higher rates. Through HomeNet Thailand, they have joined other home-based garment workers across the country to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khamhla Tongburan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Phakhapon Khamkrachal works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thipphanan Singthong, a member of HomeNet Thailand, sews garments at a unique workers'-owned factory on the outskirts of Bangkok. Their main income is from sub-contracted work for a Thai polo-shirt company whose owner is willing to pay higher-than-average rates for quality products, which, in turn, support the higher, decent wages of the workers.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Ponanan Keawlek, six months old, naps while her mother works. Her mother's workplace was founded by former factory garment workers who decided to establish a workers'-owned model, providing decent work for all. The workers all live in the rented space, making childcare -- an issue for many informal workers -- easier. 

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khrueawan Wiangnant works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together, they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand, "Dignity Returns," and members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Samnvay Tocharoen works in a small factory producing bronze silverware, a traditional Thai craft. The work poses a number of occupational health and safety issues, which the group, as members of HomeNet Thailand, have been addressing. Their long-time work in this area led to the introduction of the Universal Healthcare Coverage Scheme in Thailand in 2001, which provides unprecedented health coverage to all informal workers, including home-based workers in Thailand.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Samnvay Tocharoen works in a small factory producing bronze silverware, a traditional Thai craft. The work poses a number of occupational health and safety issues, which the group, as members of HomeNet Thailand, have been addressing. Their long-time work in this area led to the introduction of the Universal Healthcare Coverage Scheme in Thailand in 2001, which provides unprecedented health coverage to all informal workers, including home-based workers in Thailand.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Prat hum Phu-aram works in a small factory producing bronze silverware, a traditional Thai craft. The work poses a number of occupational health and safety issues, which the group, as members of HomeNet Thailand, have been addressing. Their long-time work in this area led to the introduction of the Universal Healthcare Coverage Scheme in Thailand in 2001, which provides unprecedented health coverage to all informal workers, including home-based workers in Thailand.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Street vendors such as Areerat Chullathip in Bangkok's Economy Square provide home-cooked food, household items, and fresh fruits and vegetables to the local neighbourhood. Yet their livelihoods are constantly at risk. As members of HomeNet Thailand, Areerat and other Economy Square vendors have been working to secure their vending rights and have even formed a savings group to tackle debt problems among vendors.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Surunya Jindawiwat (left) and Suree Wongtrakul (right) are street vendors in Bangkok's Economy Square. Like many street vendors around the world, they have struggled to secure their right to vend. To tackle this issue, they have formed a savings group and a cooperative to strengthen their organization and recently joined HomeNet Thailand to connect with other informal worker groups.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Neeramol Sutipannapong, a home-based worker, stitches a variety of hand bags and other products to help support her family. Neeramol is also a leader in HomeNet Thailand, which works to improve the conditions of informal workers.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Tadakorn Suttiporn, a member of HomeNet Thailand, tends to the community-run garden in her free time. She is also a home-based worker, although her income from stitching is irregular. The community garden gives her, and other workers, income security and provides food for their families.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Tadakorn Suttiporn, a member of HomeNet Thailand, tends to the community-run garden in her free time. She is also a home-based worker, although her income from stitching is irregular. The community garden gives her, and other workers, income security and provides food for their families.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Nattaporn Jetjamnong, a member of HomeNet Thailand, sells crops from a community-run garden. She is also a home-based worker, although her income from stitching is irregular. The community garden gives her, and other workers, income security and provides food for their families.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Nattaporn Jetjamnong, a member of HomeNet Thailand, sells crops from a community-run garden. She is also a home-based worker, although her income from stitching is irregular. The community garden gives her, and other workers, income security and provides food for their families.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thiphaporn Tongkham, a street vendor, is a vital part of the Bangkok neighbourhood where she sells affordable, home-cooked food. Thiphaporn spends long hours vending, preparing the food for sale, washing up after the day is finished, and buying all the necessary materials.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thiphaporn Tongkham, a street vendor, is a vital part of the Bangkok neighbourhood where she sells affordable, home-cooked food. Thiphaporn spends long hours vending, preparing the food for sale, washing up after the day is finished, and buying all the necessary materials.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thiphaporn Tongkham, a street vendor, is a vital part of the Bangkok neighbourhood where she sells affordable, home-cooked food. Thiphaporn spends long hours vending, preparing the food for sale, washing up after the day is finished, and buying all the necessary materials.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thiphaporn Tongkham, a street vendor, is a vital part of the Bangkok neighbourhood where she sells affordable, home-cooked food. Thiphaporn spends long hours vending, preparing the food for sale, washing up after the day is finished, and buying all the necessary materials. 

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Aurapin Sakvichit (right) poses with Areewan Rotsattra (left), showcasing the clothing they sell at a local market. Aurapin has worked as a garment home-based worker for decades. When her business began to expand, she distributed her work to fellow home-based workers living in the area. HomeNet Thailand, a member-based organization of informal workers, recently helped these home-based workers officially register themselves as a garment home-based worker group to get access to benefits, including loans provided by the Ministry of Labour. 

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Aurapin Sakvichit (right) poses with Areewan Rotsattra (left), showcasing the clothing they sell at a local market. Aurapin has worked as a garment home-based worker for decades. When her business began to expand, she distributed her work to fellow home-based workers living in the area. HomeNet Thailand, a member-based organization of informal workers, recently helped these home-based workers officially register themselves as a garment home-based worker group to get access to benefits, including loans provided by the Ministry of Labour.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Aurapin Sakvichit (right) poses with Areewan Rotsattra (left), showcasing the clothing they sell at a local market. Aurapin has worked as a garment home-based worker for decades. When her business began to expand, she distributed her work to fellow home-based workers living in the area. HomeNet Thailand, a member-based organization of informal workers, recently helped these home-based workers officially register themselves as a garment home-based worker group to get access to benefits, including loans provided by the Ministry of Labour. 

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Dignity Returns is a unique workers'-owned garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok. The 15 members form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who decided to found a workplace based on fair wages and working hours. Their main income is from sub-contracted work for a Thai polo-shirt company whose owner is willing to pay their higher rates. Through HomeNet Thailand, they have joined other home-based garment workers across the country to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Wipharat Phaokanha is a founding partner of a small factory called Dignity Returns. The 15-member Solidarity Group is a collective of former factory garment workers who decided to establish a workers-owned factory to provide fair pay and fair working hours in a safe environment. As part of HomeNet Thailand, the group has joined other home-based garment worker to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Phakhapon Khamkrachal works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Dignity Returns is a unique workers'-owned garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok. The 15 members form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who decided to found a workplace based on fair wages and working hours. Their main income is from sub-contracted work for a Thai polo-shirt company whose owner is willing to pay their higher rates. Through HomeNet Thailand, they have joined other home-based garment workers across the country to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khamhla Tongburan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together, they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khamhla Tongburan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together, they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khamhla Tongburan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together, they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Subanna Phochai sews garments at a unique workers'-owned factory on the outskirts of Bangkok. Their main income is from sub-contracted work for a Thai polo-shirt company whose owner is willing to pay higher-than-average rates for quality products, which, in turn, support the higher, decent wages of the workers.

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Description - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Khamhla Tongburan works at a small garment factory on the outskirts of Bangkok with 15 other workers. Together they form the Solidarity Group, a collective of former factory garment workers who now run their own enterprise, providing fair wages and working hours in a safe environment. The Solidarity Group has its own brand: "Dignity Returns." Members have joined other home-based garment worker groups under HomeNet Thailand's Informal Worker Association to establish a garment cooperative.

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