International Thai Foundation's Ram Herkanaidu as part of his Plymouth University's Ph.D research on online safety awareness carried out a 'Password Challenge' workshop with local students in Nong Khai.
The challenge to the students was to test their passwords on Plymouth University's online 'Rate Your Password' meter app which anyone can access here: Rate Your Password. They then were shown how to create better, stronger passwords. Click Read more below to find out how.
Videos courtesy of Dr Phramaha Tharabun Khuchinda
Read more: Password Challenge in Nong Khai
From September 2013 until May 2014 the ITF established a Community Hub in many places over Chiang mai such as at Maneenopparat Road, Sripoom and, from June 2014 on Thapea Gate, Chiang Mai.
Because Thailand lacks a tradition of providing pro bono legal services and the delivery of Thai legal services is exclusively restricted to Thai lawyers, it is essential that the ITF cooperates with relevant and influential parties for the acknowledgment (non-resistance), acceptance, contribution and progress of the Project and the Community Hub.
Read more: Pro Bono Community Hub in Chiang Mai
From May to December 2014, teachers & foreign lawyers regularly delivered bespoke English language for lawyers training to 17 law students and up to 40 court officials, legal professionals and Judges at the Chiang Mai Family & Juvenile Court.
Read more: Teaching English: Chiang Mai Family and Juvenile Court
Access to Justice Public Interest Fair is an event that gives organizations and educational institutions a chance to come together to promote their work and network with other organizations and members of the community.
Read more: Access to Justice
International Thai Foundation was very happy to donate 3000 baht to the donors’ lunch event held on Sunday 28th February 2016 at Suphan Buri Panyanukul School.
Read more: Suphanburi School Donation Lunch