Local representatives show commitment of making human rights friendly laws
The local representatives of the district have shown their commitment on making human rights friendly laws based on the recommendations received from the concerned bodies.
The representatives have shown their commitment during the program organized by INSEC Far-western provincial office on April 6 and 7 in Mangalsen.The local representatives from Mangalsen Municipality, Panchadewal Binayak Municipality and Bannigadhi Rural Municipality have shown their commitment of formulating human rights friendly laws based on the recommendations received from civil society, locals and legal entrepreneurs.
The civil dialogue and training was organized for two days and provincial coordinator Khadga Raj Joshi , advocate Pushpa Bikram Shahi and project coordinator Sarita Puri of INSEC had facilitated the program.
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