Global Trafficking in Persons 2020 Report
A recent global report on Trafficking in Persons (TIP) published by the United Nations Office on Crime and Drugs (UNODC) highlights Nepal’s efforts in countering trafficking in persons – particularly legislative provisions and actions taken.
Read the report here: Trafficking in Persons (unodc.org)
No Law, No Justice, No State for Victims
Human Rights Watch and Advocacy Forum has recently come up with a chilling report on the culture of impunity in Nepal in the post-conflict stage. The report tracks 62 cases of extrajudicial killings. The report highlights that there has been little progress toward prosecutions, despite court orders requiring investigations to proceed, with the police and prosecutors saying that the government has told them these cases will be handled by transitional justice mechanisms.
Read the report here: nepal1120_web_1.pdf (reliefweb.int)
Trafficking in Persons in Nepal: National Report 2018
This study is a continuation of previous National Reports published by Nepal Human Rights Commission. This report mainly focuses on the situation of trafficking in persons in Nepal with special reference to both cross-borders trafficking and internal trafficking. It examines the nexuses between migration for foreign employment and trafficking; monitors the counter-trafficking initiatives and law enforcement status and judicial responses to trafficking. It further goes on assessing the implementation status of the NHRC recommendations related to prevention and combating trafficking in persons.
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Handbook on Restorative Justice Programmes: Second Edition
This Second Edition of the Handbook on Restorative Justice Programmes has been developed for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) by Yvon Dandurand, Fellow and Senior Associate at the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, and Annette Vogt, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of the Fraser Valley, Canada, in close collaboration with Jee Aei (Jamie) Lee, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer at UNODC.
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Nepal Justice Sector Assessment
This study was carried out by the International Security Sector Advisory Team of The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF). The report details about: Security and Justice needs, Institutional capacities and management, external accountability and institutional effectiveness of non-state actors, among others.
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