About TIJ

The Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ) is a research institute affiliated with the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Network or UN-PNI.‚Äč

The vision of the TIJ is to be a promoter of change to enhance justice system and foster a culture of lawfulness in Thailand and the wider international communities through research, capacity-building and policy advocacy activities in crime prevention, criminal justice and the rule of law. 

Building on Thailand’s engagement in the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and the UN Crime Congresses, TIJ serves as a bridge that transports global ideas to local practices, focusing on cross-cutting issues including the interconnection between the rule of law and sustainable development, peace and security. 

TIJ primarily seeks to promote criminal justice system reform through the implementation of international standards and norms related to the vulnerable groups in contact with the justice system while encouraging coordination among domestic justice constituencies and strengthening regional cooperation, particularly within the ASEAN region. 

One of the core beliefs of TIJ is to invest in human resources and practical knowledge base on the rule of law since TIJ recognizes that the rule of law and an effective and fair criminal justice system are integral components to inclusive economic growth, human rights protection and sustainable development.

VISION & MISSION

"To be a promoter of change to enhance the rule of law, criminal justice systems and crime prevention in Thailand and the region."

Our vision is to establish Collaborative and Innovative Justice for all: Towards the 2030 Agenda

We believe "Justice is everyone's matter", hereby are our missions:
1. Implementing from Global norms to local standards
2. Nuturing the rule of law & culture of lawfulness
3. Empowering women and children in the criminal justice system
4. Realizing the future through prople participation
5. Thrive for a better world: Towards the congress and CCPCJ 2020