Thammasat Case Studies for SDG 16

Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels

This page presents what Thammasat University has done in order to tackle sustainability challenges in SDG 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels through the university’s functions, namely, education, research, outreach, policy and operation.

Neutral and Safe Space for Political and Social Expression

Thammsat University has been recognized as an open space for political and social movement since the founding of university. Students, Academias, Staffs have freedom to express different ideas or opinions toward political and social issues, There are many public seminars or open discussions organized by students or professors regularly.

No Gift Policy

Since December 2018, Thammasat University officially announced the university announcement on “Practices for giving and receiving gifts” in order to ensure transparency and good governance.

Service Learning Policy: Engaging local stakeholders for university education and SDGs

Since 2014, Thammasat University though Academic Affairs Department has promoted “service learning” approach in the university education by providing a special funding to support faculties who want to initiate service learning course. Under this funding guideline, it requires faculty substantial engaging with communities and stakeholders to the teaching and learning process. In 2019, the universityContinue reading “Service Learning Policy: Engaging local stakeholders for university education and SDGs”

Elected representation on the university’s highest governing body

Thammasat University is governed by several governing bodies. At the highest level, Thammasat University Council is the main governing body. The members of the university council consist of several stakeholders. Elected representatives of key internal stakeholders, namely, faculties and university staff, are also included as members of the council.

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