Exploring the E-Justice System in Nepal: Current Status and Future Prospects
Access to Justice of Women and Marginalized Group During Covid-19 Pandemic: An Impact Analysis
Legal Analysis on Nepalese Legal Provisions regarding Adoption
Over the few decades, adoption of children has expanded significantly, far exceeding the existing legal structures. This analytical paper evaluates Nepal’s adherence to both domestic legal systems and international obligations. The paper also examines the adoption-related legal frameworks of Australia, South Africa, and India and identify the issues that national laws should address.
A Study on Impact of Current Laws on Parenting and Child Custody
This study is conducted to better understand how parenting and child custody are currently being dealt with in Nepal and to assess how the laws stack up against others across the world. The main purpose of this study is to determine the international standards for parenting and child custody, identify the current national legal framework, and conduct a comparative analysis of these standards and regulations with the parenting and child custody laws of Nepal.
Mapping Study of Security and Justice System’s Response to Address Gender Based Violence
mapping study is undertaken as part of the Strengthening Access to Holistic, Gender Responsive and Accountable Justice in Nepal – SAHAJ project to understand the current capacity and functioning of the security and justice system to provide protection and services to the most at-risk women and girls in Nepal. One of the outcomes of the project is to enhance gender responsiveness and inclusiveness of security and justice services.
The purpose of the Mapping Study of Security and Justice System’s Response to Address Gender Based Violence (Study) is to better understand the changes that federalism has brought about in the security and justice systems in Nepal and to identify barriers and gaps in enhancing access to justice for survivors/victims of GBV. The Study primarily focusses on formal justice mechanisms and the referral services provided.
This study uses a broad definition of access to justice that is “access by people, in particular from poor and disadvantaged groups, to fair, effective, and accountable mechanisms for the protection of rights, control of abuse of power, and resolution of conflicts. This includes the ability of people to seek and obtain a remedy through justice systems.”
Periodically monitor the implementation of judicial decision/ verdicts and their effectiveness (2019/2020)
Periodically monitor the implementation of judicial decision/ verdicts and their effectiveness is undertaken as part of the Strengthening Access to Holistic, Gender Responsive and Accountable Justice in Nepal- SAHAJ project. This is a two-year research on the decision made by 14 district court and 37 local judicial committee of Province 2 and Lumbini province. The main objective of the research is to analyze the current situation of decision implementation.