This report discusses the realities of accessing victim compensation under the anti-trafficking legal frameworks in Thailand and Cambodia. The report consists of desk-based research that reviews the current victim compensation systems in both countries, in-depth interviews with relevant stakeholders from NGOs, legal practitioners, government officials to international organizations and a review of legal case judgments in cases of sex and labour trafficking from 2014-2017. The report also identifies ways in which the gaps and limitations in the existing systems could be addressed to form the basis of advocacy efforts for improved access to remedies.

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