Integrating Sports into Youth Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Strategies
TIJ brings the idea of using sports as a tool to prevent youth crime to the world’s attention once again as it today hosted a panel discussion on “Integrating Sports into Youth Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Strategies,” aiming to inspire all parties to adopt this idea and start to take action.
The 4th Bangkok Rules Training for Senior Correctional Officers from ASEAN
This training course is the most comprehensive course of the implementation of the Bangkok Rules in prison management. It offers interactive and participatory activities for attendees. With regional specific case studies, group discussion, and on-site visits, the participants would understand and hence, be able to design, plan, and work out how to effectively implement the Bangkok Rules in their prisons.
The Consultative Group Meeting: 2nd ASEAN Conference on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (ACCPCJ)
The Consultative Group Meeting, designated coordinator for the preparations of the 2nd ASEAN Conference on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. The meeting was attended by ASEAN Member States’ representatives from ASEAN Senior Law Officials’ Meeting (ASLOM), Senior Officials’ Meeting for the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (SOCA), Senior Officials Meeting on Transnational Crime (SOMTC) and the ASEAN Secretariat.
The 2nd Seminar on the Criminal Punishment and the Human Rights
Provided a stage for domestic and international experts and practitioners in the human rights law and criminal justice system to exchange and propose visions and experiences of human rights standards, criminal punishment, and alternative sentences.
Professional Forum on Future of Investigation
The TIJ, in Partnership with 4 Parties, Is Offering an Alternative Investigation “Tool” for the Promotion of Human Rights
MoU Signing Ceremony The Model Prison Project
The TIJ carried out a model prison project in ASEAN, first piloted in Cambodia
TIJ Public Forum #8: A Humanizing Approach for Better Justice
The Latest Public Forum Hosted by the TIJ Presenting Justice through the Lens of the Public with the Topic: A Humanizing Approach for Better Justice
TIJ supports using the ICCS for classifying types of crimes
TIJ supports using the International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS) for classifying types of crimes
National Symposium on Restorative Justice
The National Symposium is aimed to be a high-visibility event involving a wide range of stakeholders in Thailand to build momentum for the use of restorative justice as an alternative to formal criminal justice proceedings.
Gender-Responsive Criminal Justice
Day 1: ACWC Partnership Conference & Reception Dinner Talk ACWC Partnership Conference & Reception Dinner Talk revolves around the topics of Eliminating Violence Against Women and Children presented by Dr. Eileen Skinnider, TIJ research partners, and Ms. Kohnwilai Theppunkunngam, Acting Chief, Criminal Justice Programme (CJ). Day 2: TIJ-UN Women Showcase & Panel Discussion A discussion venue for experts around ASEAN to exchange ideas and viable solutions on the UN Model Strategies on Eliminating Violence Against Women and Children and researches the TIJ and partners have done; “Towards Gender-Responsive Criminal Justice: Good Practices from Southeast Asia in Responding to Violence Against Women” and “Women as Justice Makers.” (Private event.) Day 3: Internal Training/ Workshop for TIJ Staff Dr. Eileen Skinnider will be a guest speaker to train TIJ Staff on Gender-Responsive Criminal Justice. Day 4: TIJ Executive Meeting with Eileen for Future Collaboration TIJ Executive Meeting with Eileen for Future Collaboration on research and/or capacity building projects on women and children in criminal justice, regional (ASEAN) implementation of UN Model Strategies, and perspective on Youth Crime Prevention through Sport.