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The faculty members from the law program, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, joined the Inspire Project for giving the knowledge about the law to the prisoners at Kanchanaburi Province of the Prison.

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2020-09-05 11:27:08


The faculty members from the law program, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, joined the Inspire Project for giving the knowledge about the law to the prisoners at Kanchanaburi Province of the Prison.

The Inspire Project under the Royal Initiative of Her Royal Highness Princess Bajarakitiyabha, the Justice Innovation Development Division, Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice, held the training for giving the knowledge and give the consult to the prisons on 2nd training, on August 13th -14th, 2020 at Kanchanaburi Province of the Prison. The guest speakers for this workshop consisted of Mr. Tanawat Pisitchinda, the lecturer from the Law program, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Mr. Suppawut Patimanont, and Ms. Narisa Kabtum. The topic for this seminar include:

         1st Topic: “The basic knowledge of the criminal case and the civil case.”

         2nd Topic: “The basic criminals that civilians should know.”

         3rd Topic: “The beginning of justice (investigation).”

         4th Topic: “The beginning of justice (interrogation).”

         5th Topic: “Where are we in the process of justice?”

         6th Topic: “Who is the prisoner?”

Moreover, 23 of the female prisoners, or 50 percentages from 46 of the participants, would like to consult with the guest speakers for the knowledge of the law. The result after the training found that the male and female from the 1st training and the 2nd training got the result as followed:

         1. Pre-test set 1 (multiple choice). The male prisoners had the knowledge about the law in the fewer level for 71.1%, and the female prisoners knew the law fewer criteria 100%.

         2. Post-test set 1 (multiple choice). The male prisoners had the knowledge about the law in moderate criteria 66.6%, and the female prisoners knew the law at a high level of 36.9%.

The conclusion: the female prisoners got a higher development for the knowledge about the law.

         3. Pre-test set 2 (true/ false questions). The male prisoners had the knowledge about the law in moderate criteria 60%, and the female prisoners knew the law at a moderate level of 54.3%.

         4. Post-test set 2 (true/ false questions). The male prisoners knew the law at a moderate level of 60%, and the female prisoners knew the law at a moderate level of 60.8%.

The conclusion: the female prisoners and the male prisoners had the same level of development about the knowledge of the law.

Cr: images and information from the Inspire Project under the Royal Initiative of Her Royal Highness Princess Bajarakitiyabha.

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