Sent (UTC) 26-Jan-2024, 03:10
Subject UNICEF ONLINE WEBINAR: Rapid Assessment on Paid Parental Leave Benefits

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*From UNICEF* 

UNICEF and Genesis is organizing a 40-minute information session (online webinar) about the Rapid Assessment on Paid Parental Leave Benefits we are planning to do in collaboration with the private sector in Thailand.

We are primarily looking for a) a private sector in Thailand currently providing paid parental leave (i.e. maternity leave, paternity leave, primary and secondary caregiver leaves, etc.) beyond the minimum legal requirement set by the Thai law, b) a business association involved in the discussion with members around paid parental leave policy development and implementation. We want to learn more from your experience.

This session will be an opportunity for you to learn more about what we plan to achieve through this study, and if you are interested, how you could work together with us for this study, which we believe will be the beginning of an important advocacy movement for better paid parental leave policies in Thailand.

The tentative agenda is like below:

  • (UNICEF) Background and objective of the study, How will the study be used (10 minutes)
  • (Genesis) Target population, methodology, FGD & KII & surveys: what is expected from the participating employees and employers (10 minutes)
  • Q&A (20 minutes)

The date and time, online links to join the session is as below. In case these are not in favor of your schedule, the recordings will also be shared with you afterwards.

Information session (in English)

Date/time: Friday January 26, 2024 2:00 PM - 2:40 PM

Click here to join the meeting

Meeting ID: 384 206 453 560
Passcode: 9UTLi6

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Information session (In Thai)

Date/time: Tuesday, January 30, 2024 1:00 PM-2:00 PM

Click here to join the meeting

Meeting ID: 313 061 607 133
Passcode: nxeEav

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In case you have more questions about this study, please be in touch with Yoonhee Jeong ( and Amornchai Challcharoenwattana (