Suwat Tantipat, represented the Ministry of Education to receive the EHL course personnel and give certificates to 60 teachers and trainers of EHL on 30 May 2013 at the Ministry of Education.
Since 2009, when the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) signed an agreement on trilateral cooperation between the Ministry of Education of Thailand and the Thai Red Cross to teach a course on international humanity law for high school girl guides this course has been taught. The aim of this agreement was to promote the EHL course (Exploring Humanitarian Law) which is now part of the universal curriculum for high school students. This curriculum was formulated by the ICRC and educational specialists to assist public offices in disseminating international humanitarian law publicly according to the Geneva Covenant.
On this occasion, the ICRC was asked to arrange an experimental teaching and learning program as part of the universal curriculum as well as showing how to carry out teacher evaluation and how to participate in the meetings concerning the universal curricula both internationally and regionally. Currently, principles on humanitarian and international humanitarian law are already included in the activity curricula for high school girl guides already.