Field Trip

Last week I traveled with Labour Rights Promotion Network (LPN) on a field trip to Rayong and Khlong Yai near the Cambodian border. We visited a couple of LPN’s Learning Centers that serve as a remedial school/drop-in center for migrant children who otherwise...

Frank and Kyle

I first met Frank at press briefing where he gave a brief testimony of what life was like for him as a slave aboard a Thai fishing vessel. A week later I presented a workshop on trauma informed care and self-care to the staff and peer leaders of the Labour Rights...

Reflections from Khun Watt

The only bad thing about moving Relentless’ base of operations to Bangkok is not being able to work with Khun Watt on a regular basis. She is a true joy and full of compassion, energy, and love for those who have experienced the worst. I asked her to write some...

Relentless Endurance Race 2015

One of the best – or perhaps THE best thing – about being a race director is to see people committing to a goal, showing up, and trying as hard as they can to make that goal! I got to witness GREATNESS! The RER is the kind of race that allows people to challenge...

A Week In Bangkok

Team Relentless makes regular trips to Bangkok for our work. During these trips we work with a number of different organizations in a variety of different roles. All our partner organizations are working at some intersection of abuse, exploitation, and trafficking....

The Rohingya are still adrift

Many of you have at least heard of the Rohingya, or at least have heard about the refugee crisis in SE Asia. The story broke wide open when several mass graves of migrants were discovered in Thailand as well as Malaysia. Here is a brief update of what’s current...