- Who We Help: STATELESS
- How We Help: OUR INITIATIVES
- Higher Education as Humanitarian Aid
- Equal Education Initiative for Stateless and Refugees
- Thai Citizenship 101 Workshop
- Documentary Film Project
- Photography Educational Exchange for Kids! (PEEK!)
- Eliminating Statelessness in Thailand - Lecture Tour
- Fundraising Events & Awareness Campaigns
- Arts for Humanity in Thailand
- An Allowance of Dream
- Resources on Statelessness
- In the Media
- Contact Us
"Joseph Quinnell's art gives escape from the horrific through beauty. Quinnell is an amazing art student and founder of The Thailand Project who uses art to educate others of the sex trade in Southeast Asia and connect students between Wisconsin and Thailand to change people's lives."
Jean Feraca (Wisconsin Public Radio)
"To grasp the real story, one must listen to the gifted
artist who captured the images with his camera, Joseph Quinnell. Hear for yourself Mai's story, a living example of how life can be changed from despair to hope. Her story is disturbing, it's graphic, but it's reality."
Lisa Nellessen-Lara (Managing editor of the Stevens Point Journal)
"Purely from an artistic standpoint, the photographs are intense. The portion of the show that we have here, 'The Cancer of Thailand,' are photographs of red-light districts...for some people they're overwhelming and maybe aren't a subject matter that people want to look at. But, at the same time, I think that's what makes it powerful."
Max Schultz (Director of the Aaron Bohrod Gallery)