INHURED has a small team based in Kathmandu Nepal. We do not have regional or local field offices, preferring to work directly with concerned stakeholders and other actors on the ground. In addition to this, not having field offices also reduces the administrative cost and provides us the extra opportunity to focus on issue that requires financial cost.
In order to maximize our impact, we work at multiple levels.
Grassroots: At grassroots level, we work directly with local stakeholder comprises of state authorities, civil societies, non-state actors, victims/ survivours of human rights violation
National level: we work with local human rights partners, lawyers’ associations, National human rights commission and often government ministries responsible for protecting, assisting and responding to the gross violation of human rights and humanitarian law and other related international crimes. We help build and enhance capacity, provide advice and direct assistance to local groups to enhance their interventions with survivors, to strengthen their advocacy work on legal or institutional reforms and the overall goal of preventing human rights violations;
International level: At international level, we work with intergovernmental organizations, such as the United Nations and IOM, regional organizations, International non- governmental organizations. We work to strengthen the international policies and practice related with human rights and fundamental freedom.
INHURED’ values are to priorities the interests and perspectives of survivors of human rights violation in all aspects of its work. The highest priority in decisions and interventions is given to promoting survivors’ well-being and the avoidance of further traumatization.
Fact-finding and documentation of information on human rights, including cases of human rights violations:
Exchange of information on human rights with national, regional and international organizations/institutions;
Campaign for public awareness in the field of human rights, environment, development and peace through education, research, teaching, training, workshop, meeting and seminar;
Monitoring compliance with international instruments relating to human rights and environment.
Work for the establishment of institutions relating to human rights, environment, peace and development;
Assist the academic Institutions for the establishment of Center for Human Rights and the development of curriculum on human rights and international humanitarian law;
Work towards strengthening civil societies and creation of democratic institutions
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