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Thousands more children—from Thailand’s neighboring countries—spend less time in this abusive system because Thailand summarily deports them and their families to their home countries relatively quickly.
For them, detention tends to last only days or weeks.
Because of the detention center’s policy of holding males in one cell and females in another, without chances to visit, the family was separated, despite being in the same facility.
“I just thought I should surrender,” she told Human Rights Watch.The toilets—just three for the hundred or so migrants held there—were filthy, and Bhavani’s teenage sister avoided using them because there were no doors.Though the International Organization for Migration ran a small daycare center that the girls could attend once or twice a week, there was no school.Mathy still worries about the 20 or so other children left behind in her cell in the IDC: “Their education, their health, their future is spoiled.”Every year, Thailand arbitrarily detains thousands of children, from infants and toddlers and older, in squalid immigration facilities and police lock-ups.
Around 100 children—primarily from countries that do not border Thailand—may be held for months or years.
Bhavani and her family were finally released on bail in the process of being resettled as refugees to the United States.