WHAT WE DO
An innovating and participative approach
The HRJC provides free legal support and representation services to victims, regardless of their background, or religious or political affiliation. Read more
Empowering all actors
The HRJC aims to build a culture of human rights among all judicial actors in Nepal. Therefore, it provides specialized trainings and coaching to lawyers, but also legal assistance to NGOs working on documentation and litigation. Read more
Fostering broad cooperation
The HRJC believes that change must also happen at a structural level. It therefore lobbies domestic authorities for fairer laws and policies, with a particular focus on implementing decisions of the United Nations human rights bodies. Read more
TRIAL International and its partner in Kathmandu, the Human Rights and Justice Centre (HRJC), have submitted a detailed analysis of Nepal’s legislation on sexual violence. Although progress is registered on the paper, in practice, the relevant norms often remain...
On 12 April 2019, five UN bodies sent a communication to the Government of Nepal, urging for a transitional justice process in line with international standards. This important communication is now available in Nepali. The UN bodies expressed concerns about the lack...
Salina Kafle Human Rights Officer Read more
Salina holds an LLB and an LLM from the Kathmandu School of Law.
“I believe victim’s access to justice must be strengthened in all ways possible and I feel satisfied to engage my endeavors towards access to justice through HRJC.”
Human Rights and Justice Centre
(near Asian College of Science and Technology)
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