We would like to sincerely thank the following people and organisations for helping us create Legally Binding : A Summary of labour laws in the Greater Mekong Sub-region. All of the core project members are members of the Mekong Migration Network (MMN). While much of the process was done collectively, they also formed teams focusing on labour laws in Burma, Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam, as well as on international standards. The following people contributed as core project members:

• Htoo Chit and Po Po, Foundation for Education and Development (formerly Grassroots Human Rights Education and Development Committee);
• Charm Leng and Luern Warn, Shan Women’s Action Network (SWAN);
• Vichuta Ly and Mom Sokchar, Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW);
• Chhorn Ann, Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD);
• Han Jialing and Cui Xiaoying, Migrant Workers Education and Action Research Centre ;
• Betty Tang and Mingming Xiang, Association for Women’s Capacity Building and Community Development in Yunnan;
• Kabmanivanh Phouxay, Faculty of Social Sciences, and Oulavanh Sinsamphanh, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, National University of Laos;
• Jackie Pollock, Kanchana Di-ut, Reena Arora and Chan Mya Aye, MAP Foundation;
• Liz Hilton, EMPOWER Foundation;
• Sutthida Malikaew and Pranom Somwong, MMN Associate Member; and
• Huynh Thi Ngoc Tuyet and Le Thanh Sang, Center of Research and Consultancy for Development (CRCD), Southern Institute of Sustainable Development (SISD).

The following people helped us finalise the book for publication:

• Noriko Morita, Hkun Sa Mun Htoi and Reiko Harima, from the MMN Secretariat, who coordinated the project;
• Hannah Withers, Laddawan Tamafu, Omsin Boonlert and Alan Murphy, from the MMN Secretariat, who all helped with this project in various ways;
• James D. A. Brown and Ché Singh, who proofread the book;
• Studio Xang, who did the cover design; and 
• The MAP Foundation, who gave us their photos for use in the booklet.

Finally, we would like to thank the Toyota Foundation. Without their support the production of this book would not have been possible. Our sincere gratitude is extended to all of those not named who contributed their time, expertise and efforts to make this project a success.

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