International migration among Cambodian migrants, particularly those living in provinces along the border with Thailand, is largely irregular, without proper documentation, visas or work authorizations. Migrants commonly hire local brokers to facilitate the migration process or may blindly migrate in hopes of finding work without the assistance of any informal networks. The Cambodian provinces of Banteay Meanchey, Battambang and Siem Reap are epicentres sending and receiving irregular migrants and thus face an array of challenges related to labour exploitation and human trafficking. The vast majority of Cambodian migrants – who commonly work in low-skilled manual labour jobs in the agriculture, construction or fishing sector in Thailand - fall outside the scope of protection afforded by domestic legislation, given their irregular status. Therefore, it is of most importance to enhance potential migrants’ levels of awareness concerning safe migration practices and the risks of blind or irregular migration.