Forum for Protection of People’s Rights, Nepal (PPR Nepal) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization established in 2002 to advocate and work in the area of human rights and access to justice. PPR Nepal is established and run by lawyers, human rights activists, health professionals, peace workers and sociologists.
PPR Nepal is registered under Nepal Government/District Administration Office, Kathmandu and is affiliated with the Social Welfare Council (SWC) of Nepal.
Anti Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is a traditional and organized crime prevalent in Nepal from long ago. Despite many anti trafficking initiatives by the government of Nepal, I/NGOs and donor agencies Nepal is still experiencing an increasing trend of people being trafficked to cross boarder countries especially to India and Gulf countries for forced prostitution and labour exploitation. Human trafficking has been in practice for a very long time. US Department of State has categorised Nepal as Tier -2 state on human trafficking for the last several years.
ISS and PPR Nepal to co-deliver a NUFFIC funded
ISS and PPR Nepal to co-deliver a NUFFIC funded Tailor-Made Training on Gender-Based Violence
Documentary “Sachetana” Screening
The screening event, at the GHRD offices in The Hague, was very well attended, and was followed by a lively discussion lead by Executive Director of PPR Nepal.