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CSOs Capacity Building Workshop on Social Compliance

 I.              Introduction

Plan International Thailand is currently implementing the Stopping Exploitation through Accessible Services (SEAS of Change) project through the support of Plan International USA, Plan International Sweden, Plan International Finland, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), Kesko Corporation, The Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation, and the Finnish Government’s Finnpartnership Programme.

SEAS of Change looks at critical entry points along the fishing supply chain to develop a multi-pronged approach to fortify it against exploitation and abuse. It envisions a fishing industry that is free from hazardous exploitative child labor and offers decent work opportunities for all, especially girls and young women among migrant populations.

 Following a ‘net-to-napkin’ approach, interventions occur from source communities in Cambodia and destination communities in Thailand and engage retailers in consumer countries, like Sweden and Finland, intermediary buyers, suppliers and brokers to promote transparency and accountability down the supply chain. Project activities aim to improve outcomes in four areas, namely education, livelihoods, social protection and supply chain engagement.

 Due to the wide scope of the project, the implementation of project activities involves Plan International Thailand, Plan International Cambodia, Plan International Finland and Plan International Sweden and Plan International Asia Regional Office.


II.              Background

To drive public and private policy changes that fulfill the rights of migrant workers and their children, Plan International Thailand initiated the Change for Migrant Children and Youth (CMCY) coalition which is an open and democratic space for all stakeholder – civil society organizations (CSOs), government agencies, corporates, scholars and experts – to work together on concerned issues relate to migrants. One of the success of this coalition and SEAS of Change project is to engage private enterprises in fisheries supply chain into the project by promoting social compliance programme. Our experience proves that social compliance is an effective market-oriented measure to enhance private enterprise’s contribution to create decent work for all, particularly migrant workers, and eradicate child labour and forced labour. We intend to transfer this know-how to coalition members and other CSOs in Thailand as well as increase their capacity to deepen and broaden collaboration between CSOs and cooperates to promote social compliance in future. 


III.              Objective


Plan International Thailand is seeking for consultant (individual or team) to develop a training curriculum and deliver a training for staff members of civil society organizations which work to eradicate child labour and forced labour in labor-intensive industries, fisheries processing industry in particular. The purpose of training are to enable them to identify rooms for constructively engaging with corporates and enhance their knowledge of national labour regulations and labour rights in practice.


  1. Tasks


Task 1:   Design a training curriculum covering mandatory and voluntary labour and social standards, labour rights, and public-private partnership models to end child labour, forced labour and human trafficking.


Task 2:  Deliver a two-day training for local civil society organizations’ staffs



  1. Deliverable/Schedule


Item No.

Desirable Outputs

Due Date


A consultative meeting with Plan International Thailand staff

7 working days after signing a contract


A training curriculum, including objective, agenda, learning methodology and assessment tool

10 working days after the meeting


A two-day training session

Training day will be determined together


An event report of training, detailing about agenda, list of participants, training tools, and recommendation for future improvement

10 working days after training is delivered


  1. Consultant’s qualification
  • Professional experience in delivering training on social compliance, labour rights and business and human rights, or experience in working in child labour and human trafficking related projects
  • Experience in training facilitation in Thai for Thai audience
  • Broader understanding and knowledge on overall situation of working conditions in Thai fishery industry and circumstance of local context
  • Proficient in English communication and English report writing
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and able to demonstrate respect for people with diverse ethnicities, different socio-economic backgrounds and beliefs.


  • How to apply?


Candidates should submit the following documents:


  • A curriculum vitae with proposal
  • Supporting document showing your prior experience as a trainer or facilitator


All the above mentioned documents must be sent by e-mail to Mr. Thawatchai at and Mr. Supornchai at by 15th February 2019 at the latest

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