Training of Trainers on Gender based Violence prevention and Child protection accomplished

4 January 2019 A 7 day Training of Trainer for women and children workforce of the local government on Prevention of Gender-based violence and Child protection for the first group is accomplished today. The training program was organized by Department of Women and Children in Collaboration with JuRI Nepal and technical support from UNICEF. Same training for the second group of the women and children workforce of the local government is ongoing. JuRI Nepal is facilitating TOT for two groups of the participants of which training for the first group was started from 28 December. The training for second group was started on 31 December. A total of 53 female government employees recently deplo...
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JuRI-Nepal has recently published ‘Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Monitoring Manual’ for civil society organizations

4 January 2019, Kathmandu JuRI-Nepal has recently published 'Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Monitoring Manual' for civil society organizations. This publication was supported by IM Swedish Development Partner under Promoting Human Dignity Project (PHDP), a joint project of JuRI-Nepal and IM. The manual has nine chapters; Conceptual framework of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR), national and international policy and legal frameworks, interdepence between monitoring, documentation and advocacy of human rights, monitoring tools and approaches, SDG and annex. JuRI-Nepal's partners, experts, members of ESCR National Network and CSOs have contributed to come manual in this form...
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ESCR e-bulletin released focusing on law and policy advocacy

21 December 2018, Kathmandu As continuation of previous activities, JuRI has prepared and disseminated this special issue of e-bulletin. This issue is more focused on CSOs role engagement and campaign to ensure human rights friendly laws to make it compatible with human rights principles and norms. This issue has covered submission of recommendations to amend drafted 7 bills and prevailing 3 laws of Nepal including other institutional activities and initiatives. e- bulletin
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Former Judges urge to swiftly implement the court verdicts

22 December, 2017 Kathmandu   Former judges of Nepal urged to swiftly implement the Supreme Court verdicts in relation to the peoples left high and dry. There are court decisions and directives to respond to the people affected by cold waves and other issues related to social security. The senior members of the judicial fraternity were speaking at an event jointly organized by the Forum for Former Judges and Justice and Rights Institute Nepal (JuRI-Nepal) in partnership with Alliance for Social Dialogue. The event titled, “Judgment Watch Forum: Implementation Status of the Supreme Court’s Judgments on Social Security” aimed at reviewing the implementation status of the...
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