Sharing Program Organized in Twelve Districts
National Forum for Women Rights Concern has organized sharing program on finding of the study conducted to find the present status of Effectiveness of Existing Laws on Domestic Violence Control and Institutional Mechanism in Nepal.
National Forum for Women Rights Concern (NFOWRC) has organized sharing program on finding of the study in twelve districts on different date of the April 2013 with the financial support of Care Nepal. The study was conducted to find the present status of Effectiveness of Existing Laws on Domestic Violence Control and Institutional Mechanism in Nepal. Study was mainly focused to analyze the effectiveness of existing laws and institutional mechanism/system and to identify measures to control domestic violence and ways for its improvement and, to establish the accessibility to justice for the victims of domestic violence. It was carried out in12 districts selected from five development region.
The sharing program was organized in district headquarter of the respective district. In the sharing workshop, resource person of the workshop has explored the summary of findings of the study. The floor was opened for discussion after the presenting the summary. The participants were from various arenas. They were from district administration office, district chapters of bar, members of district networks of the NFOWRC, civil society, district court, political parties, district police office, government institution and NGOs. The district level stakeholders involved in the different steeps of the study were also present in the workshop and provide their input to enrich the study.