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Access to Security, Justice & Rule of Law in Nepal
Abstract:
The overriding objective of this review was: to develop an assessment of the challenges and opportunities faced in citizens’ access to security and justice and the strength of the rule of law in Nepal, and options for improving the impact of international support over the coming three-to-five years; in particular for poor and excluded groups.The approach to this review was modeled substantially on Rapid Appraisal principles USAID 1996). Given the constraints of time and resource, this was seen as an appropriate means in seeking answers to the significant questions associated with the key elements in this assignment.The data gathering process drew on published and unpublished documentation,individual and group interviews with key informants drawn from across the spectrum of stakeholder interests. Interviews were conducted with a total of 299 informants:individual citizens, civil society groups,junior, mid-ranking and senior officials at central and district level, representatives of statutory bodies, parliamentarians,representatives of international organisations and NGOs. #Law #JudicialReview
Publisher: UN/UKAID Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
RULE OF LAW, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, DUE PROCESS OF LAW, INTERNATIONAL LAW, JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2012)
Thesaurus:
01.07.00 - General And National Law
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Feeder: ANJANA SHRESTHA, Editor: MALIKA THAPA, Auditor:
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Access to Security, Justice & Rule of Law in Nepal
Abstract:
The overriding objective of this review was: to develop an assessment of the challenges and opportunities faced in citizens’ access to security and justice and the strength of the rule of law in Nepal, and options for improving the impact of international support over the coming three-to-five years; in particular for poor and excluded groups.The approach to this review was modeled substantially on Rapid Appraisal principles USAID 1996). Given the constraints of time and resource, this was seen as an appropriate means in seeking answers to the significant questions associated with the key elements in this assignment.The data gathering process drew on published and unpublished documentation,individual and group interviews with key informants drawn from across the spectrum of stakeholder interests. Interviews were conducted with a total of 299 informants:individual citizens, civil society groups,junior, mid-ranking and senior officials at central and district level, representatives of statutory bodies, parliamentarians,representatives of international organisations and NGOs.
Publisher: UN/UKAID Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
RULE OF LAW, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, DUE PROCESS OF LAW, INTERNATIONAL LAW, JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2012)
Thesaurus:
01.07.00 - General And National Law
PDF | File Size: 2.46 MB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHRESTHA, Editor: FIDAH SHRESTHA, Auditor:
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