On 24 December, Justice and Rights Institute Nepal, with the support of International centre for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) Nepal sensitized journalists in Pokhara on transitional justice through organising an interaction programme. Altogether 22 journalists- from radio, print and electronic media- participated in the event, which was locally coordinated by Working Women Journalists (WWJ).

The interaction was joined by advocates Raju Prasad Chapagai and Bishnu Pokhrel of JuRI-Nepal and Santosh Sigdel of ICTJ and updated the journalists about the current issues and challenges of transitional justice in Nepal.