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Perhaps What the World Needs is a Little “Kamlangjai” (Inspiration of the Heart) By Dr. Phiset Sa-ardyen Executive Director of Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ)

... where news from every corner is reported at a click, we are often inundated by a myriad of issues facing humanity. At times, the plethora of negative headlines may make one question whether our world is becoming increasingly tumultuous, or are we simply ... ... female inmates in reintegrating into society, through a development-led approach based upon the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great. The effects of the Kamlangjai Project was not just confined to Thailand. Having advocated for the ...

A Philosophy that Empowers from Within

... Empowers from Within Thailand is a dedicated advocate for global sustainable development. The kingdom has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as... ... the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). First introduced by King Bhumibol Adulyadej after the Asian financial crisis in 1997, SEP has become Thailand’s... ... development concept that is universally applicable. The philosophy is a culmination of His Majesty’s reflections from decades of extensive tours and conversations with villagers...

The SEP for SDGs Partnership in Action

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a dramatic loss of lives, an unprecedented scale of social and economic disruption, an existential ... ... the “Sufficiency Economy Philosophy,” or “SEP,” our homegrown development approach, conceived and developed by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great, has once again come to our rescue. This philosophy, known also as the SEP, comprises of the 3 Principles ...
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