Publications

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The Constitutional Court Rulings 2011 (published in 2015)

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 2011 which comprise of the summaries of 23 cases available in English and Thai.

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The Constitutional Court and the Political Reform under the Rule of Law

The Constitutional Court Digest Vol. 13
The Constitutional Court Digest Vol. 13 for the year 2015 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.

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The Law of Slowness

In this booklet, Prof. Dr. Chai-Anan Samudavanija, a renowned Thai political scientist who has constantly played a key role in Thailand’s reformation of governmental, educational and political systems, proposes a guideline for the current time-limited national reform without violating humanity. This suggested idea will therefore help lead the country to permanent equilibrium in politics. The booklet is available in Thai and English.

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Guidance for Developing the Procedure of Administrative Court on Environmental Case

The objectives of this publication are to be guideline for green judges as well as court officials in court procedure’s primary state of prosecution and to outline the development process which will lead to adjustment to rules and regulations in order to shorten the duration of environmental case litigation. The publication is available only in Thai language.

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Articles on Administrative Cases Vol.1 and 2

The publication of the Office of Administrative Courts of Thailand (OAC) in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation Thailand provides details of administrative cases happening in Thailand, for example judicial discretion, community rights, etc. This publication is available only in Thai language.

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Environmental Justice Assizes

Proceedings of Green Judges Year 2013
The publication of the Office of the Administrative Courts of Thailand (OAC) financially supported by Konrad Adenauer Foundation; in Thai language only. The objectives of this publication are to enhance knowledge and experience of the administrative judges as well as law experts in court procedures concerning the environmental law cases. The articles are comprised from both Thai and foreign case studies in order to provide the readers the practical examples for their real case procedures management in the future.

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Administrative Case Compendium Vol.6

The publication of the Office of Administrative Courts of Thailand (OAC) in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation Thailand provides details of administrative cases happening in Thailand, for example judicial discretion, community rights, etc. This publication is available only in Thai language.

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Guideline for Civic Education in Democratic Society

This publication aims to provide the readers and researchers the correlation of education and politics which is significant for supporting policy-making process of civic education in the country. Konrad Adenuaer Foundation, Thailand office, and Institute of Public Policy Studies (IPPS) have been working on this issue for many years.

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Pedagogy of the Democrat

To correspond with the national reform in 2014, this publication aims to provide the readers in educational fields the understanding and guidelines of civic education which has been planned to function as a democratic culture in Thailand.

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The General Information of the 80 Years of Thai Democracy

This publication comprises of the basic information about Thailand’s political situation occurring during 80 years since the political movement in the year 1932 into which the Institute of Public Policy Studies (IPPS) has been researching all along. However, it is found out that even coming into the 81st year of the change many Thai people still lack of the true understanding of “democracy” as well as don’t comprehend the social and political issues in the country. Therefore readers can further use the facts indicated in the book academically to encourage the democracy development in Thailand.