Yesterday (March 7, 2021), Deputy Labour Minister Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat joined the International Women’s Day event together with the female ambassadors and organizational leaders from the United Nations (UN). She awarded certificates to the winners of the “Ambassador for a Day Contest.” The occasion was attended by H.E. Mrs. Helene Budliger Artieda, Ambassador of Switzerland, who gave a welcoming at the residence of the Ambassador of Switzerland to Thailand.
Prof. Narumon said that in joining this event, she presented certificates and celebrated the winners of the short video contest on social issues, an activity of the Canadian Embassy in Thailand, together with the United Nations Ambassador and Women Leader Network in Thailand. It provides opportunities for Thai students aged 18-25 to express their views on problems or stories that affect women and children in society, explain how to take part or take action to help the situation, and guide in resolving the situation.
The Deputy Labour Minister congratulated the 25 shortlisted students who will serve as “Ambassadors for a Day” and gain a high level of diplomatic experience, attending meetings and partake in other embassy activities with the United Nations office. The group of students is a new generation of people who play an important role in supporting and taking part in solving social problems affecting women and children in society.
Source: Ministry of Labour