Right to Information and Its Importance and Good Governance in Nepal
Nov 25, 2010
Dr. Ram Krishna Timasena, Registrar , The Supreme Court of Nepal delevering his lectures on Right to Information and Its Importance.JPG
Dr. Ram Krishna Timalsena, Registrar , The Supreme Court of Nepal delevering his lectures on Right to Information and Its Importance

Dr. Ram Krishna Timalsena delivered lectures on ” Use and Effectiveness of Right to Information for Good Governance in Nepal” . He broadly covered his following topics with sunstatice practical, national as well as international exaples of right to information and its scope as well as uses.

• Right to Information for Environmental Governance • International and national laws on Access to Information • Importance of Access to Information and its linkage with Public participation and justice • Dimension of Information ( right time, language and right audience etc ) • Existing provision and practices of right to information laws • Role of District Administration (CDO, LDO….) , Judiciary system and others for ensuring access to information as and when required as defined by laws. • Way forward to ensure right to information for all.

Conclusion and recommendations .

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