A paralegal is an individual qualified through education or experience licensed to provide legal services to the general public in areas authorized by the district court in Nepal. SASANE has been providing Paralegal Trainingsince 2008 successfully.
Through this training, SASANE wants to meet these goals
- To eradicate Human Trafficking and reiterate human trafficking survivors in the society as respected members,
- To increase women’s access to justice and achieve system change within legal system.
This year SASANE again provided paralegal training to thirty survivors making successful five years. These thirty trainee are now engaged in twenty-five police stations within Kathmandu valley.
They are now having their six months of practical courses. They are learning as well as having experiences of their theory courses in a practical way. As a paralegal, they’ve supported many of the victims visiting them for help. They are forward in legal help for victims suffering or are in danger of Human Trafficking. Along with this help to victims, paralegals are developing their personality to deal with law enforcement agencies and staffs.
They are trained to collect and process reports that are being forwarded by victims. They counsel and provide the legal help through complain, application and First Information Report (jaheri). The reports being collected by paralegals from different police stations are addressed by paralegals and have it entered in computer on data base. This entry is changed into report and shared with law enforcement agency, universities, community, non-governmental organization, civil society and students.
This job of providing Paralegal Training to Human Trafficking survivors that SASANE has been performing for the benevolent purpose of society and its members, this job requires help from others as well, as this is the matter that everyone in the world should care. Your small help costs us more and we believe that you are eager to help us as well.
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