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Dr Victor Karunan from our SPD academic team has kindly shared this invitation for an open online course on “Child Participation and the Right to a Sustainable Environment” by the Global Campus on Human Rights in Venice, Italy. Ajarn Victor, an expert on children’s rights, is a member of the faculty for this new and exciting online course. “This MOOC asks children’s rights experts, environment specialists, human rights scholars and young climate activists to examine concepts, standards and practices of rights-based participation of children in environmental matters. Through free and open access to current knowledge and debates, the course speaks to a worldwide audience - and young people specifically - to inform those who are seeking human rights guidance, encourage those who are curious to know more, support those who are already acting, and ultimately boost effective change”.

On May 11th, the SPD program hosted an exciting career talk for students. 6 distinguished speakers shared their insights, perspectives and advice on a wide range of important and highly relevant career related topics. The conversation was dynamic, and the speakers offered practical tips and valuable firsthand experiences. SPD program thanks the speakers for their time and generosity, and looks forward to hosting another career talk in the near future.

Thank you to everyone who joined the public seminar by Dr Bob Doherty!

On 14 December our SPD team visited St Andrews International School Higher Education Fair to promote our programme to prospective students. A big thanks to Noomam and 3rd year student Kaew for representing us so well at this event. #spdthammasat #spdtu

On December 4th, 2020, our faculty members held a virtual conference with National Taiwan University. The conference was an opportunity for experts and thought leaders from Thailand and Taiwan to engage with one another on a wide range of highly relevant topics; with presentations covering some of the most pressing social work and social policy issues of our times. Our faculty views this conference as the first of many, and looks forward to much future collaboration with National Taiwan University, in the full spirit of our joint-MOU.

From Thursday to Saturday 26-28 November, TU Open House was held at our Rangsit campus. SPD had produced new posters to promote our programme and these were proudly displayed at People Hall, Puey Park, while we set up our SPD booth at the Faculty of Social Administration. The atmosphere was lively with music and Chinese opera performances, and busy throughout the whole three days, and many students showed an interest in our programme. We will now follow up by sending additional information to those who left their contact details with us. Many thanks again to all the students who made the effort to help SPD to share information and explain more to students about our programme. Thank you Ploydao, Jeen, Mook, Natty, Bam, Take, Ing etc! We are now looking forward to meeting more students at the TU Open House which will be held on our Ta Prachan campus early in 2021. #spdthammasat #spdtu #tuopenhouse2020

On Friday 27 November, SPD was invited to promote our International Programme at Ruamrudee International School’s annual Thai College Fair. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only students from RIS could join, unlike previous years when students from other schools also came. However, we managed to meet with many students and promote our 4-year course to both students and parents. A big thank you to Pleum (first year), Nana (second year) and Kaew (third year) for their great support! #spdthammasat #spdtu

On Saturday 30 October, our SPD team (lecturers and students) joined the annual and extremely popular Dek-D TCAS Fair at Union Mall to promote SPD to hundreds of high schools students from Bangkok and all over Thailand.

Gifts from SPD of daily necessities were safely delivered to Karen people living in Kaeng Krachang National Park whose circumstances have been further exacerbated by the challenges posed by Covid-19. This year's annual academic field trip (3-5 August) focussing on our new first year students took place in this beautiful area of Thailand, and explored the sustainability of communities and livelihoods in this area.

Students in TU102 (Social Life Skills) had an opportunity to relax and take a break from busy schedules, to learn some useful yoga moves. Students tried numerous yoga and breathing techniques, and learned about the many health and wellness benefits of practicing yoga. It was a fun experience for all, and we hope to do yoga again in the future. Namaste!

"Is the deinstitutionalisation of alternative care a ‘wicked problem’? A qualitative study exploring the perceptions of child welfare practitioners and policy actors in Thailand."

On Friday 29 May we held a webinar focussing on our lecturers introduce themselves and the courses they teach on the BA in Social Policy and Development (SPD)

Meet our lecturers! Join our free webinar and listen to our lecturers introduce themselves and the courses they teach on the BA in Social Policy and Development (SPD) International Programme at Thammasat University. ⏱ 11am Friday 29th May

On Friday 22 May we held a webinar focussing on our alumni talking about their lives after graduating from our programme. We talked to our 2 alumni about their work and careers after studying on the BA in Social Policy and Development International Programme at Thammasat University.

Attention: A NEW scholarship opportunity for Cambodian and Vietnamese students on our SPD Programme - including a tuition fee waiver. Please read this document for more information.

Adil, from Malaysia, describes his experiences and discoveries with ATD, in particular his discovery of what those living in extreme poverty can contribute to society if given the chance and of how everyone in society has a role to play in eliminating poverty.

On Friday 22nd May at 11am - Join our free webinar and listen to our alumni talk about their work and careers after studying on the BA in Social Policy and Development International Programme at Thammasat University.

On Friday 15 May we held a webinar focussing on internships as a key part of our SPD International Programme. We talked to a 4th year student about her experiences and how it has helped her.

Check out this presentation we made on 8 May which introduces our SPD programme at Thammasat University. It features the Top 10 Reasons we think students should join.

On Friday 7 February our SPD students and staff joined the university Open House to share information about our BA in Social Policy and Development (International Programme).

Skill, sweat, drama and glory were all in evidence on Saturday 18 January when over twenty students, office staff and lecturers gathered for our very first SPD Badminton Championship in Pinklao.

Forging Links with Japan's Shukutoku University

Our SPD Newsletter for 2019 is Here!

A breath of fresh air together in Khao Yai.

International School Roadshow 2019

A Special Lecture - Introduction to Political Science

New research partnership with University of Bath

Congratulations to our first graduating cohort from the Bachelor of Arts in Social Policy and Development (International Programme), Faculty of Social Administration, Thammasat University

SPD would like to invite all of you to join this seminar about child rights at faculty of social administration TU Tha Prachan.

SPD Director (Dr.Prapaporn Tivayanond Mongkhonvanit) collaborated with the Embassy of Finland in a seminar about "Achieving Gender Inequality and Women's Empowerment in Southeast Asia"

In the Noppamas Loy Kratong Festival 2018, which was held for the first year under the concept of In-Sexists, as well as pushing the importance of gender equality in society.

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