3. The core content of the National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

3.1 Action plan on labour

3.1.3 Action Plan (2019–2022)

Pillar 1: State duties in protecting (Protect)

 

No.

 

Issues

 

Activities

Responsible agencies Time-frame (2019–2022) Indicators (wide frame) Compliance with National Strategy/ SDGs/UNGPs
10. Children of migrant workers Address the problem of access to education by children of migrant workers by providing basic education in accordance with the problem’s conditions and needs, both in the public and private system and informal (non-formal education) – Ministry of Education 2019–2022 Number of establishments received promotion of welfare other than those stated by law (places/ persons) –   National Strategy for Human Capital Development and Strengthening

–   SDG 4 and 8

–   UNGPs Articles 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7

Encouraging establishments to organize childcare centres at work by registering as child service centres in the workplace with the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security. Such establishments will receive tax deductions and children of employees and workers are taken care of with proper development. –   Ministry of Social Development and Human Security

Ministry of Labour

2019–2022 Number of establishments registered as

a child service centre in the workplace

–   National Strategy for Human Capital Development and Strengthening

–   SDG 8 and 11

–   UNGPs Articles 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7

Consult with the business sector to determine guidelines for service provision by taking into account children in the business sector, such as organizing staff to supervise a chat line in the mobile phone network, develop a mobile application or channel to receive complaints, refer the case to relevant agencies if there are children who need help or give counselling to children bullied in schools or support the study and research by working with relevant state agencies and CSOs –   Ministry of Social Development and Human Security

–   Ministry of Digital, Economic and Society

–   Ministry of Education

–   Royal Thai Police

2019–2022 Number of activities and services of the business sector in collaboration with other sectors that aims to protect children from cyber bullying (online media) Number of activities and services of business that aims to protect children from cyber bullying have extended their activities into schools Percentage of success in counselling and ongoing collaboration with relevant agencies –   National Strategy for Human Capital Development and Strengthening

–   SDGs Target 11

–   UNGPs Articles 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7

 

3.2.3 Action Plan (2019–2022)

Pillar 1: State duties in protecting (Protect)

 

No.

 

Issues

 

Activities

Responsible agencies Time-frame (2019–2022) Indicators (wide frame) Compliance with National Strategy/ SDGs/UNGPs
2. Public participation Promote participation and listening to opinions of children through the Juvenile and Youth Council mechanism in order to ensure that children and youth are acknowledged and able to comment on changes in communities that will affect the quality of their lives. –   Ministry of Social Development and Human Security

Ministry of Interior

2019–2022 –   Collecting data of children’s comments regarding changes in the community through the Juvenile and Youth Council Implemented measures or procedures to promote, support and educate children and youth to be able to comment effectively –   National Strategy for Eco-Friendly Development and Growth

– SDG 9, 11, 13, 14

and 15

–   UNGPs Articles 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7