Name : Ms Kritaya Archavanitkul
Date of Birth : September 2, 1949
Place of Birth :

Bangkok, Thailand

Address
       Residence :

656/373 Soi Wimolsorakit
Jarunsanitwong Road (44), Bangkok 10700
Phone 66 2 435-4726

               Office :

Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR)
Mahidol University at Salaya
Puttamonthon 4 Road
Nakhonpathom 73170
Phone : 66 2 441-9976-7 ext 218
Fax: (66-2) 441-9333
E-mail: prkac@mahidol.ac.th

Undergraduate Work

1969-1972

B.Sc. (Education) Chiengmai University

1974-1977 

B.A. (Journalism) Thammasat University

Post Graduate Training

1974-1976

M.Ed.(Social Psychology) Srinakharinwiroj University
Thesis Topic: 'Knowledge and Attitude of Thai Youth
Towards Socialist Economy'

1984-1985

Grad Dip in Demography Australian National University

1986-1989

Ph.D. in Demography Australian National University
Thesis Topic: 'Migration to Rural Towns in Thailand'

Additional Training

1983

Certificate of the three-month course on 'Slum Upgrading Program'
Organised by National Housing Authority of Thailand.

1993

Certificate of the three-week summer course on 'International Cooperative Human Rights Training Program' at University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, Organised by Canadian Human Rights Foundation.

Scholarships

1975

Graduate Student Scholarship, Srinakharinwiroj University

1984 - 1989

Full scholarship from International Development Program (IDP),
Australian Government to study for a doctoral degree at Australian National University

Award

1996

Public Health Heroes Award, from University of California at Berkeley, USA

Present Position
Associate Professor Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR)

Selected Activities
1991-1992 Deputy Director for Institutional Development of IPSR
1990-1993 Chairperson, M.A. Program in Population and Social Research, IPSR
1989-1993 Editor, Population and Development Newsletter
1992-1994 Co-ordinator, Mahidol University Hotline Centre
1994-1995 Committee Member, Thai Grassroots Women's Forum for World Conference on Women in Beijing, 1995
1994-1995 A Convenor of the two Seminar Series on 'Transnational Migration of Thailand', supported by Thailand Research Fund
1994-1995 A Convenor of the two Seminar Series on 'Setting o New Agenda for Family Planning Services and Sex Education: A Solution for Unwanted Pregnancy' supported by United Nations Fund for Population Activities
1989-present Committee Member, Foundation for Women, A Thai NGO.
1994-present Committee Member, Women’s Health Advocacy Network (WHAN),
1994-present Project Committee and Editorial Team, Translation/Adaptation Project
1996-present Committee Member, PhD Program in Demography, IPSR
1998-present Committee Member, International Master Degree Program in Human Rights, Office of Human Rights Studies and Social Development, Mahidol University'The New Our Bodies, Our Selves', supported by Ford Foundation.

.1998-2001

Consultant, Project on ‘Reproductive Rights and Advocay in Thailand’Conducted by The Population Council, Bangkok, Thailand.

Current Research Activity
1999-2001 Principal Investigator
Women’s Health and Domestic Violence against Women in Thailand

Supported by World Health Organization.
1999-2000 Principal Investigator
‘Women’s Movement and Body Politics in Thailand:Situation Analysis of AIDS, Abortion and Violence against Women’
Supported by Thailand Research Fund.

1999-2000

Co-Investigator
‘Research and Actions Projects on Civil Society Movement in Kanjanaburi’
Supported by Mahidol University.

1999-1999

Principal Investigator
‘Analysis of Undocumented Migration in Thailand’
Supported by Health System Research Institute .

Selected Research Experience (1995-1998)

1997-1998

Project Director‘
Assessment of Reproductive and Sexual Health Perspectives, Concerns and Realities Among Female Migrants fromBurma in Thailand’

Supported by Ford Foundation and World Bank.

1995-1997

Project Director and Co-ordinator of Research Program
'Policy Options for Importation of Foreign Labour into Thailand:
A Study of Interest Parties, Law Inventory, and Analysis of State Management Systems'.

Supported by Thailand Research Fund.

1996-1997

Project Director
Research and Development Program on Civil Society’
,

Supported by Thailand Research Fund.

1994-1995

Principal Investigator
'Thai Male Teenagers and the Buying of Sex: A Pilot Study for the Possibility of Setting New Social Values'.
Supported by Women's Studies Centre of Chiengmai University.

1992-1994

Principal Investigator
'National Migration Survey of Thailand'

Supported by International Development Research Centre of Canada

1992-1994

Principal Investigator
'Impacts of Modernisation and Urbanixation in Bangkok:
An Integrative Ecological and Biosocial Study'

Supported by International Development Research Centre of Canada

1993-1994

Principal Investigator
'The May 1992 Incident in Thailand'

Supported by John Murck Fund Foundation through Human Rights Watch/Asia

Consultancy Experience

1998-2001

'Reproductive rights and Advocay in Thailand'
Conducted by The Population council, Bangkok, Thailand

1994-1996

'Research on Production, reproduction, and Family Well-being'
Conducted by three Women Research Institutions in Hanoi

1992-1995

'Research o Population Dynamics for Intergrative National Population Policy Appropriate to Vietnam's Seven Regional Conditions'
Conducted by National Assembly of Vietnam,
Supported by International Development Research Centre of Canada

1992-1994

'International Migration and Traffic in Women in Thailand'
An Operational Research Project

Conducted by Foundation for Women, a Thai NGO
Supported by The Government of Netherlands

Selected Publications (1996-1999)

In 1999
:
Archavanitkul, Kritaya and Phillip Guest. 1999. Managing the Flow of Migration: Regional Approaches. IPSR Publication No 233. Nakhonprathom: IPSR, Mahidol University. (in English).

Archavanitkul, Kritaya and others. 1999. ‘Thai civil society: the making of Thai citizens’. In Thai Civil Society: The Making of Thai Citizens. Aunchat Poungsomlee and Kritaya Archavanitkul (Editors), pp.xxvii-lviii. Nakhonprathom: Research and Action Project on Development of Civil Society, Mahidol University. (both in Thai and English).

Archavanitkul, Kritaya. 1999. ‘What is the number of child prostitute in Thailand?’ Journal of Population and Social Studies. Vol. 7(2):1-9 (in English).

Poungsomlee, Anuchat and Kritaya Archavanitkul (editors) 1999, Thai Civil Society: The Making of Thai Citizens. Nakhonprathom: Research and Action Project on Development of Civil Society, Mahidol University. (in Thai)


In 1998
:
Archavanitkul, Kritaya. 1998. Combating the Trafficking in Children and their Exploitation in Prostitution and Other Intolerable Forms of Child Labor in Mekong Basin Countries. A research report submitted to ILO/IPEC in Bangkok (in English).

Archavanitkul, Kritaya (editor). 1998. Undocumented Migration from Myanmar to Thailand and Its Impacts on Thai Society. Paper presented in the Seminar on ‘Migrant Workers from Myanmar: Impacts on Thai Society and International Relations’. Organized by IPSR, SD Avenue Hotel, March 12 (in Thai).

Archavanitkul, Kritaya. 1998. Policy Options for Importation of Foreign Labor into Thailand: A Synthesis Report. Paper presented in the Regional Workshop on ‘Transnational Migration and Development in ASEAN Countries’ organized by IPSR and IOM, Bangkok and Huahin, Thailand. May 25-27. (in English)


In 1997
:
Kritaya Archavanitkul and others 1997. A Synthesis on Policy Options for Importation of Foreign Labour into Thailand: A Study of Interest Parties, Law Inventory, and Analysis of State Management Systems. IPSR, Mahidol University. (in Thai).

Kritaya Archavanitkul and Pornsuk Koetsawang. 1997. A Passage of Women Workers from Neigbouring Countries to Sex Trade in Thailand. IPSR, Mahidol University. (in Thai).

Archavanitkul, Kritaya, Wanna Jarusoomboon, and Unchalee Warangrat. 1997. Complexities and Confusion on Transnational People of Thailand. Nakhonpathom: IPSR, Mahidol University (in Thai).

Archavanitkul, Kritaya, Wanee Pinprateep, Pimpa Khajontham, and Chatsumon Prietipinyo. 1997. Fertility, Morbidity and Mortality of Undocumented Migrants with Reference to Public Health Policy in Thailand. Nakhonpathom: IPSR, Mahidol University (in Thai).

Kritaya Archavanitkul and Pornsuk Koetsawang. 1997. Hilltribe People and
Minority in Thailand with special reference to Illegal Migrant Workers.

IPSR, Mahidol University. (in Thai).
Lindy Williams, Kritaya Archavanitkul, and Napaporn Havanon. 1997.

‘The effect of gender, family size, poverty on continuation to secondary school in rural Thailand’. Journal of Rural Sociology. Vol 62(2): 231-261. (in English).


In 1996
:
Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1996. ‘Gender Equality: Mission Not to Be Refused in Development’ in Education Development: A Passage to Transfer of Learning and Development. Napaporn Havanon, editor. pp: 57-74. Bangkok: Graduate School, Srinakharinwiroj University. (in Thai).

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1996. ‘Between the Paradigm Lines...Women’s Studies and Demography’ in Thai Population at Sixty Millions: Perspectives on Situation, Policy and Development’. Orathai Art-am, editor.pp: 257-278. Nakornpathom: Institute for Population and Social Research. Mahidol University. (in Thai).

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1996. Violence Against Women: Covered, Disclosed, and Silent Dangers on Every Path of Women’s Life. A paper presented in the National Seminar on ‘Reconstructing A New Paradigm on Women’s Health’, organised by Women’s Health Advocacy Network, Health Research Policy Centre, Mahidol University. June 13-14. (in Thai).

Kritaya Archavanitkul and Pimpawan Boonmongkol. 1996. Reconstructing A New

Paradigm on Women’s Health. A paper presented in the National Seminar on

‘Reconstructing A New Paradigm on Women’s Health’, organised by Women’s Health Advocacy Network, Health Research Policy Centre, Mahidol University. June 13-14. (in Thai).

Sureeporn Punpuing Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1996. The Situation of Overseas Thai

Workers: Past and Present. in Movement of People within and from the East and Southeast Asian Countries. Carunia Mulya Firdausy, editor, pp: 67-80. Jakarta: Indonesian Institute of Science. (in English).


In 1995:
Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1995. Pregnancey and Abortion in the Context of Sexuality and sex Education. A paper presented in the National Seminar on 'unwanted Pregnancies: Challenges for Health Services', Organised by Graduate School, Srinakharinwiroj University and IPSR, December 7. (in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1995. An Overview of Transnational Population of Thailand. Paper presented in the Seminar on 'Research on transnational Migration of Thailand: Policy, Patterns and Impacts, Organised by IPSR, january 10, 1995.
(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul, Editor.1995. Khieng Rang Sang Phandin (Together We Built up Our Land). Bangkok: Gender Press.
(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul and Varapron  Chamsanit. 1995. Thai Male Teenagers and the Buying of Sex: A Pilot Study for the Possibility of Setting New Social Values. Chiangmai: Women's Studies Centre of Chiengmai University. (in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul, Kusun soonthorndhada, and Orathai Ard-am, Editors, 1995. Proceedings on PopThai)ulation Quality in the Next Decade. Publication No. 188, Institute for Population and social Research. mahidol university. (in

Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Kritaya Archavanitkul, Kerry Richter, Philip Guest, Varachai thongthai, Wathinee Boonchalaksi, Panee Vong-ek and Nittaya Piriyathamwong,1995. National Migration Survey of Thailand. Nakhonpathom: IPSR. Mahidol University. (in English)


In 1994
Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1994. A Documentry Assessment on Female Labour Migration and Traffic in women in Thailand. A special study for a research and action project on 'International Migration and Traffic in women in Thailand', submitted to Foundation for Women. (in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1994 Women and Unwanted Pregnancy: Our Bodies Our Rights. A paper presented in the Seminar on 'The Crisis of Abortion : concepts and Social Sciences Research Perspectives', Organised by Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University, Royal City Hotel, June 27, 1994. (in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1994. 'Population Policy and Women's Reproductive Rights'. in On A Folk-Way: Abortion Discourse from Feminist Perspectives. Bangkok:Gender Press.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1994. An Analysis of Trafficking of Girls and Child Prostitution Policy in Thailand. A paper presented in the Regional Consullltation on 'Stop Trafficking Children for Sexual Purposes', Organised by ECPAT Taiwan National Committee, Taipei, June 1-3, 1994.(in English)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1994. 'An Analysis of Trafficking of Girls in the Past Decade under Policy to Stop Child Prostitution of Thai State' in NICS Prostitution Free Zone. Chanya Sethaput and Supanee Veipongsa, pp:229-267. Nakhonpathom: Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul and Philip Guest. 1994. 'Migration and the commercial sex sector in Thailand. Health Transition Revies, Supplement to Volume 4:273-295.(in English)

Vara[prm Chamsanit and Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1994. Male Clients of the Sex Trade in Thailand: A Pilot Study of Male Teenagers'Buying Sex. Paper presented in the 6th Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies Conference on 'South East Asia and the New Economic Order', University of Washington, Seattle, November 4-6, 1994.(in English)


In 1993
Kritaya Archavanitkul and Napaporn Havanon. 1993'.Situation, opportunities and problems encountered by young girls in Thai society'. in Qualitative Methods for Population and Health Research, Bencha Yoddumner-Attig and others, editors, pp.293-310. Nakhonpathom: IPSR, mahidol University.(in English)

Kritaya Archavanitkul, Lindy Wiulliams and Napaporn havanon. 1993. Sending Girls or Boys to School: What are Rural Parents' Choices? Paper presented in Seminar on 'Reflections from the Grassroots: Issues and Options for Increasing Educational Opportunity'. Bangkok, September 10. (in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul, Anuchat Poungsomlee and Suporn Chunhavuttiyanon. 1993.'Disappeared, Dead and Injured': The Reflections of Human Rights Violation in Thailand. A fact-finding report published for and anniversary of the May 1992 Incident, IPSR Publication No. 167.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul and others.1993.'Quality of life of people in capital city and environmental problems in Bangkok' in Proceeding on Bangkok Studies in R.D.211:Direction and Research Network. pp.47-112. IPSR Publication No.170(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Philip Quest and Kerry Richter.1993. Source of Data on Migration and Urbanization in Thailand: Reflections on Data Collection Techniques, Definitions and Results. Paper presented at Workshop on 'Migration and urbanization Policy in Thailand', Bangkok, 17 April.(in English)


In 1992
Kritaya Archavanitkul, Wathinee Boonchalaksi, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Nittaya Piriyathamwong, Anthony Pranualratana, Kerry Rechtr, and Varachai Thonthai. 1992. 'Parental expectation and experience of Support from Children in ole age and its relationship with fertility' Journal of the National Research Council of Thailand. Part II: Social Science, Vol.24(1):1-30.(in English)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1992.'Migration to Rural Sanitary districts in Thailand' Journal of Demography. Vol.8(2)"67-89.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1992. Human Rights and Ethical Considerations for Women's Reproductive Rights. Paper prepared for the Workshop on 'Research Methodology in Family Planning, Sexual Behaviour and Reproductive Health', Nakornpathom, November 5-25.(in English)

Kritaya Arhchavanitkul. 1992. Issues and Problems Affecting Women's Health and Reproductive Rights in South East Asia. An Opening Speech presented in International Symposium on ' Women and Health', Hanoi, 13 to 16 April.(in English)


In 1990 and before:
Kritaya Archavanitkul and Anthony Pramualrattana. 1990. Factors Affecting Women's Health in Thailand. Paper presented in the Workshop on Women's Health in Southeast Asia, Jakarta, October 29-31.(in English)

Khaunsoung Atipho, Kritaya Archavanitkul, and others. 1990. 'Bangkok in 1990', Sarakhadee(Feature Magazine), March, Page 70-118.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1988. Migration and Urbanization in Thailand, 1980: The Urban-Rural Contunuum Analysis. IPSR Publication No. 122. Institute for Population and Social Research. Mahidol University.(in English)

Kritaya Archavanitkul(translator).1987.'New reproductive technologies: women are gaining or losing' Friends of Women Magazine. Vol4(2)16-27.(translating from 'A Child at any price? An overview of issues in the use of new reproductive technologies and the threat to women' by Robyn Roland in Women's Studies International Forum. Vol 8(6): 539-546, 1985)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1986. Women and Population Policy. Paper presented in the Seminar on Women and Family Planning at Chulalongkorn University. 26 December.(in Thai)

Yothin Sawangdee, Kritaya Archavanitkul and Aphichat Chamratrithirong. 1986. Poverty in the Noretheast Thailand, Where is The Way out?: A Focus Group Study. Institute for Population and Social Research. Mahidol University.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul. 1983."Human Relationships' in Source Book for Training Personnels in Drug Store Vol 1 Page 141-158. Ministry of Public Health.(in Thai)

Kritaya Archavanitkul, Napaporn Havanon, and Sivaporn Pokpong. 1982. 46 Slums: An Evaluation of Bangkok Metropolis Slum Improvement Project. Mahidol University.(in Thai)

Bencha Yoddumnern, Chanya  Sethaput, and Kritaya Archavanitkul (Editors). 1980. Theory and Study on Medical Sociology and Anthropology. Second Edition. Bangkok: Odean Store.(in Thai)