Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ) in partnership with the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), and the Korean Institute of Criminology (KIC) jointly organized the “Training Course on Victimization Surveys” for the Asia-Pacific Region which aims to raise awareness about the importance of Victimization Surveys and provide methodological and operational guidance on the development and implementation of such surveys at country level, and to fill a methodological gap in the generation of high quality and comparable data on a number of indicators on violence, personal security, access to justice and corruption that are included in the statistical framework for monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This course provided the 11 modules which aims to explain the concept, process, tools and implementation of Victimization Surveys for the participants.

42 participants from 17 countries, namely, Lao, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, China, Mongolia, Turkey, Timor Leste, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan Republic, India, Mexico, Korea and Thailand, participated in this training course.


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