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Cabinet Resolution of 30 June 1998: Land and Forest Management

KAS-EU Project

On 24 November 2016, KAS with the EU Delegation to Thailand and EnLAWTHAI hosted a public conference on a research of “Cabinet Resolution of 30 June 1998: Land and Forest Management” which over 130 participants from governmental organisations, civil society section and press attended. more…

Napak Angkawaratanat | Event Reports | November 25, 2016

The Constitutional Court Rulings Year 2013 (published in 2016)

The publication published by the Office of the Constitutional Court of Thailand (OCC) and funded by Konrad Adenauer Foundation Thailand Office aims to introduce the interested readers the important rulings of the Constitutional Court for the year 2013 which comprise of the summaries of 15 cases available in English and Thai. more…

November 23, 2016

Guidelines Concerning the Performance of the Official Duties

Based on the Supreme Administrative Court’s Decisions for Administrative Agencies and State Officials Year 2015

The book published by the Office of the Administrative Courts of Thailand in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation compiles the details, court procedures, and court decisions in administrative cases concerning the state official’s performances. The given information and knowledge would be the significant factors for improvement of official duties in governmental and administrative organisations. more…

October 19, 2016

The Constitutional Court - the Rule of Law and Human Rights

The Constitutional Court Digest Vol. 14

The Constitutional Court Digest Vol. 14 for the year 2016 aims to produce as well as to gather academic articles and legal opinions relating to constitutional laws and other related constitutional matters from academics, legal experts and officials of the Constitutional Court. more…

April 29, 2016

Between Vision and Reality

Perception of the ASEAN Economic Community in Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia

On 22 November 2015, the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) decided to form an economic community. The integration process thus initiated might unleash further growth potential in the already dynamic region. However, whether a regional consciousness or even a common regional identity will develop in the process, remains to be seen. more…

Denis Schrey, Michael Winzer, Thomas Yoshimura | International Reports | April 4, 2016