Completion of Intensive Course International Mediation Batch 1 Closing Ceremony

The Closing Ceremony and Giving Certificate was presided over by Ven. Prof. Dr. Phrakrupalad Pannavoravat (Hansa Dhammahaso) A Chairman of Public Sector Dispute Mediation Center A Chairman of Training Course for Registering as a Mediator (International Program) Batch 1, Director, International Buddhist Studies College, Mahachulalonkornrajavidyalaya University

The course was completed successfully and trainees who passed the Standards of Training Course were registered as a Mediator (International Program), under Dispute Mediation Act, B.E. 2562 (2019), under the Training Course of Rights and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice Administration Development (NCJAD)





Under the MOU academic cooperation of the three institutions to create peace in solving conflicts for people, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University in collaboration with King Prajadhipok's Institute and the Office of the Court of Justice, the Ministry of Justice launched a mediation course.

Between 29th June-3rd July B.E. 2565 (2022)

Training at Sammapanna Room, 4th Floor, International Buddhist Studies College, Mahachulalonkornrajavidyalaya University, Wang Noi, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya


The Dispute Mediation Training Course (theory and practice) was led by distinguished experts in meditation skills and reconciliation.

Day 1

Discussed on on "The mediation model based on the Buddhist peaceful means, Nature of conflict, Analysis of conflict in terms of Buddhism, Conflict analysis according to Buddhism: the 4 Noble Truths Model, Concepts and theories of dispute mediation integrated into practice" by Ven. Prof. Dr. Phrakrupalad Pannavoravat (Hansa Dhammahaso)

A Chairman of Public Sector Dispute Mediation Center

A Chairman of Training Course for Registering as a Mediator

(International Program) Batch 1, Director, International Buddhist Studies College, Mahachulalonkornrajavidyalaya University




Discussed on "How to Register a Dispute Mediator
Driving Public Sector Dispute Mediation Center The Essence of Dispute Mediation Act, B.E. 2562 (2019)" by Dr. Thapapak Buranasing, Director of the Dispute Resolution Promotion Division, Rights and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice

Discussed on "Master Plan of Judicial Process in Thai Society" by Pol. Lt. Col. Dr. Pongthorn Thanyasiri, Director of Office of Justice Affairs, Ministry of Justice

Discussed on "Analyzing conflicts systematically by peaceful means,
Dispute mediation skills and viewing international peace level" by Dr. Chalat Pratheuangrattana, Senior researcher at the Office for Peace and Governance, King Prajadhipok’s Institute

Day 2

Discussed on "Basic Understanding of Conflict", and " Tools in Approaching Conflict"
  • - Why & How Buddhist React to Major Conflict

  • - What is Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • - Interest and Position approach

  • - Communication Skills : Listening Skills, Paraphrasing and

  • I Message


Led by Prof. Dr. Vanchai Vatanasapt, MD,

Director of Conflict Resolution and Mediation Courses,

RUC School for Leadershift Development;

Ajahn Sujinant Horasith, Vice-director of Conflict Resolution and Mediation Courses, RUC School for Leadership Development


Discussed on "Collaborative Dispute Mediation Techniques, Psychology for Dispute Mediation and Conflict Management Techniques" by Assoc. Prof. Pratchaya Piyamanotham, Dispute Resolution Specialist, Lecturer, Department of Psychology Faculty of Education Ramkhamhaeng University

Day 3

Discussed on "Problem Solving V/S Appreciative Inquiry"
"Empathy and Buddhist Teaching" "Procedure in Strategic Management with Positive Approach : Workshop in Practices"
"Facilitated Discussion to Approach Consensus" led by Prof. Dr. Vanchai Vatanasapt, MD,

Director of Conflict Resolution and Mediation Courses,

RUC School for Leadershift Development;

Ajahn Sujinant Horasith, Vice-director of Conflict Resolution and Mediation Courses, RUC School for Leadershift Development.


Discussed on "Dispute Mediation Focused on the Interest-Based Mediation, Factors of Success, Failure, Breakthrough Techniques, Challenges, Mediation Obstacles, and Difficult Parties Management" led by Ajarn Natiphum Maisakul (interpreter), Chief Justice of the Civil Court


Day 4

Discussed "Theory and Practice, Body Language and Nonviolent Communication Skills for Dispute Mediation By Peaceful Means, Building Relationship, Managing Emotions with Difficult Individuals" led by Ajahn Dr. Apinya Tissamana, Senior Scholar at Office of Peace and Governance, King Prajadhipok’s Institute,


Discussed on "Practicing on Civil And Criminal Dispute Mediation, Effective Dispute Mediation Skills, Proceedings, And Techniques". Ajahn Prachya Yuprasert, Senior Judge of the Civil Court


Discussed on "The Science and Art of Dispute Mediation".

Dr. Banphot Tontheerawong, MD, Expert in Peaceful Means"


Day 5

Discussed on "The Essential Conclusion of Dispute Mediation Act, B.E. 2562 (2019), Practicing on Civil And Criminal Dispute Mediation And Public Issues by Using Role Play Exercises"

by Ajahn Prakairatana Thontiravong, President of Institute for Education and Development of Conflict Management by

Peaceful Means Foundation (I.D.P.)




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