ABOUT JuRI ( Justice and Rights Institute) Nepal
Established in 2011, Justice and Rights Institute Nepal (JuRI-Nepal) is a non-governmental, apolitical and non-profit organization working in the field of protection and promotion of human rights and strengthening social justice and rule of law in Nepal.
JuRI has a vision of contributing to developing Nepal as a just, peaceful and prosperous society that respects, protects and upholds human rights, including Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of all.
Apart from advocacy, capacity-building, monitoring and carrying out research and studies on various themes and subjects pertaining to human rights, strategic litigation has been one of the key approaches and tools JuRI-Nepal has adopted in order to strengthen protection of human rights in Nepal.
JuRI-Nepal believes in and promotes a collaborative approach between and amongst the likeminded organizations and individuals, both at local, national and international level, in order to advance the realization of human rights for all, particularly the marginalized and vulnerable segments of population in Nepal.
JuRI-Nepal has a vision of becoming a social institute dedicated to deliver a credible and professional service for protection and promotion of human rights, ru...Read More
Creation of a fair, just, inclusive and democratic Nepali society that puts human rights at centre with particular emphasis on accountability, rule of law, soci...Read More
The overall goal and objective of JuRI-Nepal is to create a fair, just and inclusive democratic Nepali society where everyone can enjoy their human rights-civil...Read More
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No amnesty: Human rights activists
2 October, 2016, Kathmandu The human rights champions expressed serious concerns over the Draft TRC Act Amendment Bill-2014. The Government of Nepal is likely to table the Bill ...
Lawyers call for extending the statute of limitation
30 September, 2016, Kathmandu “Eight Acts have been enacted over the last two years but non-implementation of these Acts hinders women and girls’ access to justice”, emph...