Borderless Youth Forum on Justice, Collaboration and Sustainable Development
Would you like to connect with other changemakers across Asia, create innovations around justice together, strengthen your creativity skills, interact with legal experts and practitioners, and build your professional network?

If so, we encourage you to apply to the Borderless Youth Forum!

Email address *
What is the Borderless Youth Forum on Justice, Collaboration, and Sustainable Development?
In 2019, the Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ) will host a regional conference in partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). We will take stock on progress towards UN Sustainable Development Goals 16 and 17 to prepare for Crime Congress 2020.

TIJ sees an opportunity to put youth in the center once again, but this time like never before.

TIJ is joining forces with the Design Across Borders teaching team from the Stanford We will combine their approaches for innovation in distributed teams with the expertise and passion of the TIJ team. Together, we are creating the first "Borderless Youth Forum for Justice, Collaboration, and Sustainable Development."

In this Borderless Forum we will create impactful ideas together, even as we are thousands of kilometers away from each other. Working remotely together, teams of youth from the Asia Pacific region will embark on a journey to use design thinking to create breakthrough innovation to advance the rule of law in ways that support sustainable development.

Selected representatives will join the Youth Gathering in Bangkok. This is an opportunity for the youth representatives to present the innovations and learnings from the Borderless Forum to the UN-affiliated organizations like Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ) and the UNODC, as well as other stakeholders who might be interested in putting your ideas into action!

And some ideas will be able to be showcased at Crime Congress 2020 in Kyoto!

Section 1: Basic Information about YOU
We want to know you a little bit more about you :)
First name: *
Your answer
Family name: *
Your answer
Nationality: *
Your answer
Country of residence: *
Your answer
Birthday: *
English proficiency (this will be used to organize teams where everyone is supported) *
Which organization are you from? (If you are from a University, also tell us what major/program) *
Your answer
Section 2: Your passions, interests, creative experiences, and perspectives.
Why do you want to join this Forum? *
Your answer
Tell us about a time when you used creative skills to address a societal issue. (All experiences count, no matter how big or small!) *
Your answer
Have you had any exposure to design thinking? If so, tell us about it. If not, no problem - that will not affect your chance to be selected. *
Your answer
Are there anything else you want to tell us?
Your answer
Section 3: What challenges excite you most?
We have three main areas for design challenges: a) Social Reintegration of ex-prisoners, b) Gender-based violence, and c) Access to justice for vulnerable groups.

We will do our best to have participants work in their areas of stronger interest.

If you are super keen on all of the challenges, you can give '5' to all of them!

Please rate your interest in Social Reintegration of ex-prisoners *
I have zero interest in this topic
I am super interested in this topic
Please rate your interest in Gender-based Violence *
I have zero interest in this topic
I am super interested in this topic
Please rate your interest in Access to Justice for vulnerable groups *
I have zero interest in this topic
I am super interested in this topic
Section 4: Are you interested in being a facilitator?
We're also looking for participants who might be interested in being a facilitator on their team. We will provide some additional training for facilitators and you will pick up even more skills!
Are you interested in being a facilitator on your team? *
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