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ประกาศรายชื่อน้องเยาวชนที่ผ่านการคัดเลือก

โครงการค่ายเยาวชนการเรียนรู้ เชื่อมโยง และเปลี่ยนแปลงจากชุมชนสู่สังคม

ตอน อาสาสมัครนักสันติและนักสิทธิ รุ่นเยาว์ สถาบันสิทธิมนุษยชนและสันติศึกษา มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล

ระหว่างวันที่ 22 – 29 มีนาคม 2558 ณ อุทยานนกน้ำทะเลน้อย จังหวัดพัทลุง

ลำดับที่

ชื่อ – สกุล

จังหวัด

หมายเหตุ

กรุงเทพมหานคร และปริมณฑล

1.

นายแมน  คล้ายสุวรรณ

กรุงเทพฯ


ภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ

2.

นางสาวสิรินัดดา กาทำมา

ขอนแก่น


3.

นางสาวนฤนาท  มะเรืองศูนย์

มหาสารคาม


4.

นายชยางกูร  วรรักษา

ขอนแก่น


5.

นายรณชัย  ใจอดทน

ชัยภูมิ


6.

นางสาวปราณี  บุญปลูก

ศรีสะเกษ


ภาคเหนือ

7.

นางสาวดวงพร  มณีเจริญวรรณ

แพร่


8.

นางสาวสุจิราภรณ์ สาถิน

อุตรดิตถ์


9.

นางสาวนภสร  จิตอารี

น่าน


10.

นายวิรัตน์  แสนกัน

น่าน


11.

นายนาวี  เจียนพันธ์

สุโขทัย


12.

เณรปฏิวัติ  การคนซื่อ

เชียงใหม่


13.

นายพัชรพล  เชื้อหมั้น

เชียงราย


14.

นายชนัสถ์นันทน์ ปวกพรมมา

เชียงราย


15.

นายสวัสดิ์  สุขใจสกุณา

ตาก


16.

นายจิรพัชร  สุภามงคล

เชียงใหม่


17.

นายภราดร  วงศ์ไผ่

เชียงราย


18.

เณรยุ้น  บุญทอง

เชียงใหม่


19.

นางสาวจิราพร  เผยพร

สุโขทัย


20.

นางสาวเอกฤทัย  ฉัตรชัยเดช

อุตรดิตถ์


21.

นางสาวเวลา  กัลหโสภา

เชียงใหม่


ภาคใต้

22.

นายสัญญา  ขวัญแก้ว

พัทลุง


23.

นางสาวรัชนีกร  สุทธิรักษ์

พัทลุง


ภาคใต้ (3 จังหวัดชายแดนใต้ และจ.สงขลา)

24.

นางสาวมารียานี  ปาแนหมะ

นราธิวาส


25.

นางสาวนาซูฮา  เล๊ะนุ๊

ยะลา


26.

นางสาวอารีฟา  สาและ

ยะลา


27.

นางสาวนูรซาฮีดา  มูฮิ

ปัตตานี


28.

นางสาววาสนา  ไซซัง

ยะลา


29.

นางสาวรุชดา  หมัดตะพงศ์

สงขลา


30.

นายอาดือนัน  ตาเยะ

ยะลา


31.

นางสาวปรีดา  เซ่งลอยเลื่อน

ปัตตานี


32.

นายอานูวา  ดอสะ

นราธิวาส


33.

นายอุสมาน  ดามิ

ปัตตานี


34.

นางสาวรูฮานา  แวอาลีมาแย

ปัตตานี


35.

นางสาวนาซีเราะห์  สาหะ

ปัตตานี


36.

นายไซฟู  สะมะโด

ยะลา


37.

นายศุภมินทร์ สะมะโด

ยะลา


38.

มูฮัมมัดซารีฟ  สะอิ

ปัตตานี


39.

นายซัดยิด  สาเหล็ม

ยะลา


40.

นายยากูรมาน  บายอ

ยะลา


สามารถเบิกจ่ายค่าเดินทางโดยสารรถทัวร์ปรับอากาศ 32 ที่นั่ง และรถไฟ  ทั้งนี้ต้องสำรองเงินค่าเดินทางและนำใบเสร็จมาเบิกกับทางค่ายในวันที่เดินทางมาถึงตาม เกณฑ์ดังนี้

-          กรุงเทพมหานคร              เบิกจ่ายตามจริงไม่เกิน    1,500.00 บาท

-          ภาคเหนือ                       เบิกจ่ายตามจริงไม่เกิน    3,500.00 บาท

-          ภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ     เบิกจ่ายตามจริงไม่เกิน    3,000.00 บาท

-          ภาคใต้ (3 จังหวัดชายแดน และจังหวัดสงขลา) เบิกจ่ายตามจริงไม่เกิน    1,000.00 บาท

ภาคใต้ (จ.พัทลุง)              เบิกจ่ายตามจริงตามระยะทาง


Multiple Job Openings! Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA)

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CALL FOR APPLICANTS!

Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA)

Job Opening for Program Officers (2) and Administrative Officer (1)

Application Deadline: April 2, 2015 (17:00 Bangkok Time)

Southeast Asian human rights and peace academics have been contributing to the movement of upholding core principles of universality, equality and non-discrimination through study programmes, publications, capacity building training and research.  The situation of human rights and peace in Southeast Asia/ASEAN has been gradually improving over the past decades, despite ongoing conflicts and challenges. For the past years, The Southeast Asian Human Rights Studies Network (SEAHRN) and the ASEAN University Network-Human Rights Education Theme (AUN-HRE) have both been working towards improving human rights and peace in Southeast Asia through higher education.


In February 2015, SEAHRN and AUN-HRE, with the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University and the Swedish International Development Agency, launched a multi-year program called Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA). The program has three components -- applied research, capacity building and publications – and the strategy in implementing the program is to directly involve and engage universities in Southeast Asian countries to play a more significant role in promoting human rights and peace by contributing research, and by increasing the knowledge of human rights and peace through incorporating human rights and peace into university education.



The SHAPE-SEA Secretariat, based at the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP) in Mahidol University, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand (www.ihrp.mahidol.ac.th), calls for application for the following positions:


a. One (1) Administrative Officer


General tasks and responsibilities:


  • Ensure effective operations of the Secretariat including office management, communications, logistics, documentation of project activities and other administrative work
  • Reporting to the Secretariat Director on daily activities, tasks, plans and performance


Specific tasks and responsibilities:


  • Work closely with the Secretariat Director on the day-to-day business transactions including office management, logistics, communications, setting up meetings.
  • Liaise with the IHRP and Mahidol University on administrative requirements
  • Ensure the communications within the Secretariat and Programme Management Team
  • Ensure that the Secretariat staff are complying with rules and regulations including guiding and update the Secretariat team members on new administrative rules and regulations of the project protocols and donors’ regulations.
  • Keep a proper and efficient filing and documentation system, including registration documents of participants to all SHAPE-SEA meetings and trainings
  • Assist the Program Chair and Program Management Team in setting up meetings and other work as assigned.


Qualifications:


  • Graduate of Administration or Management, or with at least 5 years relevant experience in office management or administration
  • Proficient in both written & spoken English and Thai
  • Willing and able to work in a culturally diverse working environment
  • Teamwork and communication skills are required
  • Previous working experience in a human rights or developmental organization

in Southeast Asia will be an advantage

  • To be based in Bangkok or Salaya, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand



b. One (1) Program Manager for Capacity Building and Outreach

General tasks and responsibilities:

  • Work under the direct supervision of the Committee Chair on project implementation
  • Coordinate with the Secretariat Director on internal office matters
  • Ensure the capacity building and outreach activities are implemented as per the program plans and budgets
  • Organise or monitor the conduct of research, training-workshops & other relevant activities, as directed by the Committee Chairperson, and according to approved annual project plans and budget
  • If assigned outside the Secretariat, monitor project implementation, and ensure that the project grantees are implementing the activities/ project as agreed upon
  • Work closely with project grantees in preparing progress and final narrative and financial reports
  • If applicable, consolidate submitted external project reports
  • Report to the Secretariat Director and/or the Committee Chair on activities, tasks, plans and performance per line management


Specific tasks and responsibilities

  • Conduct daily communication and administrative tasks for the Capacity-Building and Outreach Committee in line with the project plans and as assigned by the Committee Chairperson, including project management monitoring the budget usage/ spending and project reporting, logistics, communications, setting up meetings.
  • Coordinate with SEAHRN and AUN-HRE members to conduct and organize project activities as per project plans.
  • Assist the Committee Chair to develop annual and quarterly plans
  • Conduct monitoring and reporting on annual and quarterly plans
  • Regularly communicate with project implementers or grantees regarding the progress of projects
  • Assist the Committee Chair in preparing project implementation plans and reports regarding committee activities to the Program Management Team, as assigned by the Committee Chairperson
  • Conduct on-boarding trainings and orientation on the project planning, project management, financial systems and project operational protocols with project grantees to ensure compliance with SHAPE-SEA procedures
  • Ensure that activity-level documentation is updated and collate reports from project grantees
  • Supervise implementation of activities and regularly communicate with project grantees
  • Request for fund disbursements and ensure timely liquidation of advances
  • Prepare monthly work plan and status reports


Qualifications:


  • Graduate of Human Rights and Peace Studies or Development Studies, or with at least five (5) years working experience in human rights, peace and conflict or development issues
  • Proficient in both written & spoken English and at least one Southeast Asian language
  • At least three (3) years experience in project management
  • Excellent coordination, collaboration and team work skills
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Willing and able to work in a culturally diverse working environment
  • Previous working experience in a human rights or developmental organization in Southeast Asia will be an advantage
  • To be based in Bangkok or Salaya, Nakhon Pathom in Thailand at least during the first six months of work


c. One (1) Program Manager for Public Relations and Publications

General task and responsibilities:


  • Work under the direct supervision of the Committee Chair on project implementation
  • Coordinate with the Secretariat Director on internal office matters
  • Ensure that the Committee program plans and budget are implemented as approved
  • Organise or carry out activities as planned
  • If assigned outside the Secretariat, monitor project or activity implementation, and ensure that the project grantees are implementing the activities/ project as agreed upon
  • If applicable, work closely with project grantees in preparing progress and final narrative and financial reports
  • Assist the Committee Chair in preparing the committee progress and final narrative and financial reports
  • Report to the Secretariat Director and/or the Committee Chair on activities, tasks, plans and performance per line management
  • Develop and implement communication tools for internal and external communication system to ensure that the objectives and achievements of the SHAPE-SEA program are communicated to internal and external stakeholders
  • Ensure that research publications are widely disseminated, including to internal stakeholders
  • Report to the Secretariat Director and the Committee Chair on daily activities, tasks, plans and performance per line management


Specific tasks and responsibilities

  • Conduct daily communication and administrative tasks for the Capacity-Building and Outreach Committee in line with the project plans and as assigned by the Committee Chairperson, including project management monitoring the budget usage/ spending and project reporting, logistics, communications, setting up meetings
  • Coordinate with SEAHRN and AUN-HRE members to conduct and organize project activities as per project plans.
  • Assist the Committee Chair to develop annual and quarterly plans
  • Conduct monitoring and reporting on annual and quarterly plans
  • Regularly communicate with project implementers or grantees regarding the progress of projects
  • Assist the Committee Chair in preparing project implementation plans and reports regarding committee activities to the Program Management Team, as assigned by the Committee Chairperson
  • Conduct on-boarding trainings and orientation on the project planning, project management, financial systems and project operational protocols with project grantees to ensure compliance with SHAPE-SEA procedures
  • Ensure that activity-level documentation is updated and collate reports from project grantees, if applicable
  • Supervise implementation of activities and/or regularly communicate with project grantees if applicable
  • Request for fund disbursements and ensure timely liquidation of advances

Prepare monthly work plan and status reports


Qualifications:


  • Graduate of Human Rights and Peace Studies or Development Studies, or with at least five (5) years working experience in human rights, peace and conflict or development issues
  • Proficient in both written & spoken English and at least one Southeast Asian language
  • At least three (3) years experience in project management
  • Excellent coordination, collaboration and team work skills
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Willing and able to work in a culturally diverse working environment
  • Previous working experience in a human rights or developmental organization in Southeast Asia will be an advantage
  • To be based in Bangkok or Salaya, Nakhon Pathom in Thailand at least for the first six months of work



Important Reminders:

1. Interested individuals may submit their CV and a motivation letter of no more than 500 words explaining how the applicant can contribute to the SHAPE-SEA Program. Both CV and motivation letter should be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 2 April 2015(17:00 Bangkok Time). Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line.

2. One letter of referral from a previous employer or from someone who can vouch for the applicant’s ability and skills. Referee should directly send his/her letter to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 2 April 2015 (17:00 Bangkok Time).

3. New hires are expected to start on 20 April 2015.

4. For more details about the offered position/s, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Building Bonds: IHRP Faculty Meets with Dr. Johanna Zulueta of Soka University

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On 27 February 2015, Dr. Johanna Zulueta of the Faculty of International Liberal Arts of Soka University in Tokyo, Japan met with Dr. Coeli Barry of the IHRP to discuss her current research and future plans for collaborative research with a Thai counterpart on retirement migration in Southeast Asia. Dr. Zulueta was in Bangkok for a short research trip to conduct preliminary data gathering on Okinawan transnationalism and Okinawan Prefectural Associations in Southeast Asia.

 Dr. Zulueta has been researching migration between Okinawa and the Philippines for more than a decade. Her research focuses on the offspring of Okinawan women, 'war brides', and Filipino base workers stationed in Okinawa during the American Occupation Period (1945-1972). Much of her research examines ethnic identity constructions of these offspring, who call themselves “Nisei” (or second-generation in Japanese). In her PhD dissertation [Hitotsubashi University, March 2011] Dr. Zulueta explored return migration processes of the Nisei to Okinawa as well as perceptions of “home” among them. She is currently preparing a monograph based on her dissertation, as well as a monograph looking at Okinawan war brides married to Filipino men, including their migration trajectories, war memories, perceptions of home and return, as well as death and end-of-life decisions.


Field Trip to Cambodia for IHRP Program

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In the coming week, from 8-12 March 2015, IHRP faculty and students will be heading to Phnom Penh for a week-long intensive field trip. The purpose of the trip is to learn more about the atrocities carried out by the ruling Khmer Rouge in Cambodia from 1975 – 1979 that continue to impact the country today. They will have the opportunity to learn from historians, journalists, and activists who will discuss life during that time and the effects thereafter.

Accountability of Past Atrocities:

While in Cambodia, IHRP students will visit the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC). This Cambodian court was established with international support in order to prosecute the senior leaders of the Khmer Rouge. During the period that the Khmer Rouge regime was in power (1975-1979), at least 1.7 million people are believed to have died from starvation, torture, execution, and forced labor. The trials at the ECCC not only seek to prosecute those who oversaw and executed orders for crimes against humanity, but also aims to serve as a process of healing for the people of Cambodia.

Recording a Painful History as a Means of Healing:

Bearing witness to the atrocities of Cambodia’s past, students and faculty of IHRP will also visit the Killing Fields Museum and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.

The visit to Cambodia will provide an opportunity for IHRP students to meet with Khamboly Dy, a historian and the person in charge of Genocide Education for the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-CAM). DC-CAM focuses on shedding light on the Khmer Rouge era with an aim to help Cambodians heal the wounds of the past by documenting, researching, and sharing the history of the Khmer Rouge period.


Free Press:

Lastly, the trip will conclude with a visit and discussion with staff from the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) where students will learn about current initiatives to promote human rights and democratic governance via free press.

Complimenting the Classroom:

Illustrative of IHRP’s interdisciplinary approach, this trip affords students the opportunity to engage with human rights violations from various sectors including law, history, and journalism. This trip also allows students with the opportunity to meet with human rights practitioners and researchers and see how the concepts and debates covered in class can inform the work that awaits them after graduating.



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IHRP partners with APRRN for Short Course on Gender and Forced Migration

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From 17-20 February 2015, IHRP along with the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) held a Short Course on Gender and Forced Migration. The course was attended by 20 participants including, NGO workers, policy makers, lawyers, paralegals, caseworkers, researchers, post-graduate students and refugees themselves. Through completion of the course, these participants strengthened their capacity, expertise and knowledge in working on forced migration issues in the region. Overall, the course provided an interdisciplinary overview on forced migration covering political, legal, social, economic as well as programmatic aspects. Specifically, the course looked at advocacy and programming through a gender lens and focused on the specific challenges as well as responses of women in the forced migration process.

Facilitators of the course included, Director of External Relations Unit, Japan Association for Refugees (JAR) and Chair, Legal Aid and Advocacy Working Group (LAAWG) APRRN, Brian Barbour, University of New South Wales, Centre for Refugee Research's Geraldine Doney, IHRP Professor Mike Hayes, APRRN Executive Director Anoop Sukumaran, APRRN Programme Manager Julia Mayerhofer, and APRRN Intern Amy Testa. These individuals taught the core curriculum covering, introductions on gender as well as advocacy, forced migration in Asia, women, gender, and forced migration, international refugee law, community participation and representation, developing advocacy responses, and collaboration on advocacy.

A number of special guest lecturers provided specific expertise on subjects ranging from protection for forced migrants to advocacy and trafficking. These lecturers included, Pajaree Suwannakarn and Yamini Pande from United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) who discussed UNHCR guidelines and tools for the protection of women and girls in migratory contexts and practical challenges in implementation; Francisco Cos Montiel from UN Women who provided an introduction to CEDAW and related UN instruments that could be used in advocating for the rights of women in migratory contexts and challenges in implementation; and Kate Sheill from the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) who reviewed trafficking in Southeast Asia and the successes and challenges when advocating regionally and internationally for the rights of trafficked persons.

Upon completion of the course through attendance of lectures and participation in a group project to develop an advocacy strategy in the context of different forced migration scenarios, participants were awarded a Certificate of Participation from IHRP, Mahidol University and APRRN.

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