CLE Community Teachings – A First Experience
Aug20

CLE Community Teachings – A First Experience

Judith Reynolds They say that you don’t truly understand something until you teach it to others. I’ve heard this many times before, but did not appreciate how true it was until recently, when I was privileged to join a Community Teaching trip to Pong District in Phayao Province, northern Thailand with students from the Faculty of Law at the University of Phayao, and staff from BABSEACLE. The trip was part of my two month internship...

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Internship Time in Chiang mai, Thailand
Aug14

Internship Time in Chiang mai, Thailand

By Le Minh Nguyet, University of Economics and Law Knowledge, Experience, Love and Memory… Everything can be erased but memories And what I have after one month in Chiang Mai are my memories. While one m  onth was not a long time, that time has been the most meaningful experience I’ve ever had.  I arrived on July 7 with my partner, Nguyen. Arriving on that day was a great way to spend my 20th birthday. My first week was full of new...

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My Rewarding Experience with BABSEACLE, Thailand
Aug14

My Rewarding Experience with BABSEACLE, Thailand

   By Victor Yisa, Indiana University Today, 9 August 2013, is my last working day as an intern with BABSEACLE, Chiang Mai, Thailand. I have been here for about five weeks now and it has been a most rewarding experience. I came to BABSEACLE as an intern through the Program in International Human Rights Law (PIHRL) of the Robert McKinney School of Law, Indiana University, where I am running a Masters’ program in law. My encounter with...

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Spending One Month with BABSEACLE in Thailand has Changed Me Greatly
Aug14

Spending One Month with BABSEACLE in Thailand has Changed Me Greatly

By Nguyen Nguyen Thi Thao, University of Economics and Law I am Nguyen Nguyen Thi Thao, a sophomore at the Faculty of Law. I am now working in the CLE team at the University of Economics and Law. Born and growing up in a remote area with unfavorable social and economic conditions, I understand fully the living conditions of marginalized communities. There is no good health care, no good way to get information, and a lack of education,...

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Changes to the BABSEA CLE Website

Dagan Martinez Over the past half year, we have made several large changes to the BABSEA CLE websites: trioforjustice.org (Trio for Justice) and babseacle.org (BABSEA CLE). Our main aims were simplicity and ease of use. The most noticeable changes were to the Trio for Justice website. This was almost a complete redo. We switched to WordPress, which made it easier for the team to go in and edit the site without having a large amount of...

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Work Experience with BABSEACLE
Jul02

Work Experience with BABSEACLE

  Phattharadanai Chaiyayong Intern and Volunteer Coordinator I studied at Chiang Rai University. My lecturer assigned, as a course for all students, to do an internship in a company or organization situated in Thailand. As part of the internship, students should use the English language to communicate to help them to develop their English skills. I talked with Nada Chaiyachit, someone who works with international organizations in the...

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