On the 5th of February 2013, the King Prajadhipok?s
Institute welcomed Professor Miguel Jerez Mir, director of the Department of
Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Granada, Spain
to give a special talk on ?An Overview on Government in Contemporary Spain.?
More than 20 Participants from academic and government offices joined the talk.
Their discussion concentrated on not only Spanish politics but also comparative
perspectives regarding democratic development in Thailand and Spain.
King Prajadhipok's Institute was pleased to help host the
American Council of Young Political Leaders? visit to Thailand in December
2012. The ACYPL
was founded in 1966 with the aim of giving young aspiring political leaders the
opportunity to meet their counterparts in other countries in order to share
ideas, get to know one-another, and broaden their world-views. To this end,
ACYPL organizes visits and exchanges around the world.
Surveying attitudes on Reconciliation and Violence in
A partnership with the University of Uppsala, Sweden
17th of October 2012, KPI, Bangkok, Thailand
General Assoc. Prof. Woothisarn Tanchai and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Niyom
Rathamamarit welcomed delegates of the Centre for Parliamentary
Studies and Training (CPST) represented by Mr.
Murumba Werunga, Head of CPST, on their visit to King
Prajadhipok ?s Institute on May 8, 2012.
Secretary General Prof.Dr.Borwornsak Uwanno
welcomed Mr.Cedric Piralla, Head, International Committtee of the Red Cross and
Mr.Kraisorn Thewprasert, Senior Field Officer on their visit to King
Prajadhipok?s Institute on January 25, 2012. Their discussions concerning of
Humanitarian situation between Thai-Burmese border and future
democracy in Burma.