Cambodia / Thailand trip (Feb 2019)

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Cambodia / Thailand trip (Feb 2019)


The Mekong region sees mass migration of people from rural areas to city and from poorer countries to middle economies such as Thailand. They migrate in hope of a better future for themselves and their families. Often, they are seeking employment or education. In this context, human traffickers can exploit these hopes and dreams and many end up in unimaginable situations of exploitation.

Our trip begins in Phnom Penh in Cambodia where we will visit with organisations who are engaged in the prevention of human trafficking. We then experience the tranquillity of Siem Reap where we visit Angkor Wat – the 7th Wonder of the World and meet with NGO’s providing alternative employment for those vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation as a result of the tourist industry. Our next destination is Bangkok, Thailand where we will have a cooking class with the world famous Khun Poo, see work amongst women and men in the notorious red-light districts and engage with the slavery being faced in the Thai fishing industry.

Fast Facts

Dates:  Sunday 3 February -  Wednesday 13 February 2019

  • Trip Costs: AUD$2,995 (Including Registration fees, Excluding external travel)

  • Registration fee: AUD$250 on registration (which may not be refundable) and a further AUD$750 immediately after your application is accepted

  • Fundraising target: AUD$1,000 in addition to trip costs.

  • Accommodation: 2–3.5 star hotels, hostels and guest houses

  • Minimum age: 18 years

  • For registrations after 30 November a 15% surcharge applies

To receive an information sheet please email Fuzz Kitto 

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