King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) contributes to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16, which focuses on promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, providing access to justice for all, and building effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels. KMUTT’s approach to this goal is evident in its commitment to fostering a campus culture based on inclusivity, respect, and fairness, as well as its efforts in promoting transparent and accountable institutional practices.

KMUTT places a strong emphasis on creating an inclusive educational environment where diversity is valued and all members feel respected and safe. This involves implementing policies and programs that promote equality and prevent discrimination, harassment, and violence. By nurturing a campus culture that prioritizes inclusivity and respect, KMUTT contributes to building a more peaceful and just society.

In terms of governance, KMUTT is committed to transparency and accountability in its operations. The university adheres to high standards of ethical conduct and ensures that its processes and decisions are transparent and fair. This commitment to good governance extends to encouraging student participation in university decision-making processes, thereby fostering a sense of ownership and responsibility among the student body.

Additionally, KMUTT’s educational programs and research initiatives often include elements related to social justice, human rights, and civic engagement. By integrating these topics into the curriculum, KMUTT prepares students to be informed and engaged citizens who can contribute to building peaceful and inclusive societies.

Through these efforts in fostering an inclusive campus culture, promoting ethical governance, and educating students on issues of justice and inclusivity, KMUTT actively contributes to the advancement of SDG 16. The university’s commitment to these principles plays a crucial role in promoting peaceful, just, and inclusive societies, both locally and in the broader global context.


1. Related information on our university having elected representation on the university’s highest governing body from.

3. Related information on our university have written policies and procedures to identify local stakeholders external to the university and engage with them

4. Related information on our university as a body having an existence of participatory bodies to recognize and engage local stakeholders, including local residents, local government, local private, local civil society representatives.

5. Related information on our university as a body Publish the university’s principles and commitments on organized crime, corruption & bribery

6. Related information on our university having a policy on supporting academic freedom (freedom to choose areas of research and to speak and teach publicly about the area of their research).

7. Publish financial data


1. Related information on our university as a body on providing specific expert advice to local, regional or national government.

3. Related information on our university as a body on undertaking policy-focused research in collaboration with government departments

4. Neutral platform to discuss issues