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National and Regional Conference

‘Towards comprehensive and effective Juvenile Justice System in Thailand and the Region’

12th - 13th June 2012

Programme

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Tuesday, 12th June 2012

  • 09:00 - 15:00

    Presentation of the research and the conference
    Policy announcement to the DJOP Directors

  • 15:30 - 17:30

    Opening Session of the Conference

    15.30 - Welcoming Words

    Dr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Mr. Tawatchai Thaikyo. Director General. Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (DJOP). Ministry of Justice. Thailand.

    Dr. Kittipong Kitayarak. Permanent Secretary of Justice. Thailand.

    Inaguration Pol. Gen. Pracha Promnog. Minister of Justice. Thailand.


    16.30 - Regional mechanism and initiative on children rights and juvenile justice

    Hon. Ahmad Taufan Damanik. ACWC Commissioner. Indonesia.

    Inshik Sim. Criminal Justice Researcher. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific. Thailand.


    Presentation of the first Meeting of the Asian Pacific Juvenile Justice Council

    Cédric Foussard. Director International Affairs. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Cristina Goñi. Secretary General. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

 

Wednesday, 13th June 2012

  • 08:30

    Delivery of material and registration of participants

  • 09:00

    Plenary Session

    ‘Juvenile Justice System: Good practices and challenges’

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Kattiya Ratanadilok. Director of the Juvenile Justice System Development Project. Thailand.

    Tawatchai Thaikyo. Director General. Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (DJOP). Ministry of Justice. Thailand.

    Peter Homel. Principal Criminologist – Crime Prevention at the Australian Institute of Criminology and Professor at the Key Centre for Ethics Law Justice and Governance at Griffith University.
    Building the evidence base for improved policy and practice in juvenile justice

    Chiranit Havanond. Chief Justice of the Central Juvenile and Family Court. Thailand.

  • 10:00

    Coffee Break

  • 10:30

    Workshops Sessions


    Workshop I.- ‘Child friendly justice and penal process: Promoting juvenile crime prevention and diversion’ (Languages: English and Thai)

    Presenter and moderator: Nareeluc Pairchaiyapoom Thailand.

    IJJO Secretary: María Teresa Pérez Martín.

    Ved Kumary. Professor of Law. Law Centre-I, Faculty of Law. University of Delhi. India.
    Juvenile Justice System in India - Brief information

    Md. Imman Ali. High Court Division. Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
    “Penal Justice for Children and the Promotion of Diversion and Alternative Measures to Detention for Children in Bangladesh”

    Wanchai Rujanawong. Director General of international for Affair Department of the Attorney General. Thailand.


    Workshop II.- ‘Evaluation of juvenile justice sanctions and residential programmes. Good practices of intervention’ (Languages: English and Thai)

    Presenter and moderator: Paparada Petthong. Foreign Affair, Ministry of Justice. Thailand.

    IJJO Secretary: Cédric Foussard.

    Mr. Naomi Matsura. Tokyo University of Social Welfare. Japan.
    “Effective residential correctional education in Japan. - Evaluation of juvenile's psychological and developmental disturbances”

    Md. Zahid Hossain. NHRC- CDP. UNDP-Dhaka. Bangladesh.
    Children in Bangladesh: Requirement of best practices in the intervention at education and justice system

    Thicha Na nakorn. Director of Juvenile Detention (BanKarnchanapisek). Thailand.

  • 12:00

    Lunch

  • 13:00

    Workshops Sessions continued


    Workshop III.- ‘Preparation for release and aftercare Programmes’ (Languages: English and Thai)

    Presenter and moderator: Dissaya Meepien Office of Juvenile Justice System Development, DJOP, MOJ.

    IJJO Secretary: Sonia Zdorovtzoff.

    Yoshihiro Yamamoto. Vice-president of Aichi juvenile correctional facility. Japan.
    “System of correctional education in AICHI juvenile training school”

    Joseph Regis. Convenor. Former National Coordinator, Juvenile Justice National Desk (JJND). Juvenile Justice Community of Practitioners (JJCoP), Tamil Nadu, India.
    “Rehabilitation Focus in the Juvenile Justice System in India. The Ideal vs. Real”

    Somsak Chochauykam. Manager of the Bridge of Life Project, DJOP. Thailand.

    Duangporn Ukrisana. Director of Juvenile Detention Center Prachin Buri Province. Thailand.


    Workshop IV.- ‘Community Based Programmes towards the social and professional reintegration of young offenders. Fostering multiagency collaboration’ (Languages: English and Thai)

    Presenter and moderator: Nareeluck Parechaipoom. Thailand.

    IJJO Secretary: Agustina Ramos Gutiérrez.

    Mr. Prawoto. Deputy of Executive Board of Pusaka Indonesia Foundation. Indonesia.
    “A reflection on the condition of children in conflict with law (CCWL): Studies in 5 big cities in Indonesia”

    Apiradee Phoprome. Head of Regional Judge Chief Justice Gendarmerie Region 4. Thailand.

    Le Quynh Lan. Hanoi Program Unit Manager, Plan International Vietnam.
    Social Re-integration for Children in Conflict with the law

    Angkana Boonsit. Director of Thonburi province Probation Office. Thailand.

  • 14:30

    Coffee Break

  • 15:00

    Plenary Session
    ‘Restorative justice as alternative to deprivation of liberty. International perspective’

    Presenter and moderator: Dr. Kattiya Ratanadilok. Director of the Juvenile Justice System Development Project. Thailand.

    Mr. Fasihuddin. Police Service of Pakistan (PSP). Pakistan Society of Criminology & Editor-in-Chief. Pakistan.
    Role of Police in Developing Juvenile Justice System in Pakistan

    Diya Nag. Programme Officer. Access to Justice (Police Reform). Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI). India.

    Alasdair Roy. Children & Young People Commissioner Act Human Rights Commission. Australia.
    “Restorative justice in the Australian Capital Territory: trials and tribulations”

  • 16:00

    Conclusions

    Facilitator: Cédric Foussard. Director International Affairs. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

    Alice McGrath. Lawyer for children and international advisor. Capacity Building, Law Reform, Policy and Advocacy, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation. Australia.

  • 16:30

    Closing Ceremony

    Mr. Tawatchai Thaikyo. Director General. Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (DJOP). Ministry of Justice. Thailand.

    Dr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman. International Juvenile Justice Observatory.

  • 19:00

    Reception

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