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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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2020-08-19 14:34:34

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.

On July 21st-23rd, 2020, the Inspire Project, the Justice Innovation Development Division held the seminar for giving the knowledge and give the consult to the prisons for reducing the difference (the first seminar). This training took place on the Kanchanaburi Province of the Prison. There were 45 people of the man prisoners as the participant for this training. The guest speakers for the first day of this workshop consisted of Mr. Tanawat Pisitchinda, the lecturer from the Law program, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Mr. Suppawut Patimanont, and Ms. Narisa Kabtum. This training started with the prisoners did the pre-test before the training after that the guest speakers explained the first topic: “The basic knowledge of the criminal case and the civil case.” On the second day of the workshop, the guest speakers taught the second topic: “the basic criminals that civilians should know.” The third topic: “the beginning of justice (investigation).” The fourth topic: “the beginning of justice (interrogation).” For the third day of the workshop, the guest speakers gave the knowledge on the fifth topic about “where are we in the process of justice?” The sixth topic: “who is the prisoner?” After finished the seminar, the guest speakers gave the post-test to the attendees and found that the participants got the increasing results from the lower points to the medium points in the 1st – 3rd topic. And the results from the lower points to the high points in the 4th-6th. Moreover, the 21 of the man prisoners from 45 people of the participants would like to consult with the guest speakers for the knowledge of the law.

Furthermore, the students from the Law program, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, joined this seminar as the assistant of the guest speakers.

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

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