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Announcement of Paralegal Training Program


SASANE's Paralegal Training Program has started in Kathmandu.The theoritical part has been completed and the participants are now interning in different Police Stations in the Kathmandu Valley. We are excited to announce we will shortly be starting the Paralegal Internship Training Program in Pokhara. More information to come.


(Paralegal of 2015, Kathmandu)

Announcement for the Paralegal Training

                                                   Samrakshak Samuha Nepal

                                                                                                                                                                                           Date: 11/08/2014

                                                            Subject: Announcement for the Paralegal Training.

Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) is a non-profit organization aiming at ending physical exploitation and undesired exploitation of women and children in their workplace by their employers and customers that enter the workplace with intent to sexual exploitation in the pretence of providing them employment.

Every year SASANE has been providing paralegal training to the female survivors of human trafficking. This training includes 1 month theory class and 6 months practical course in the police stations in the Kathmandu valley and Pokhara. Interested survivors for the training as well as the Organizations interested to send the trainees may contact SASANE, Dillibazaar and Pokhara, Srijanachowk up to 10/09/2014 in office time. Thank you.

Required Document:

1) Photocopy of Citizenship - 1

2) Photocopy of SLC certificate - 1

3) Recent passport size photo - 2

4) Application - 1

5) Case study - 1

Contact no : 977 1 2291341 , Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Written by Adrienne Lee ,Planeterra Blog


Three years ago, long before I began working with Planeterra Foundation, I travelled to India and Nepal to volunteer with an organization working towards abolishing modern-day slavery in one of the world's epicentres of human-trafficking.  According to the Global Slavery Index, India and Nepal rank 4th and 5th in the world for prevalence of human-trafficking in the country's population.  One of the most pervasive of these practices is forced sex work with conservative numbers averaging anywhere between 5,000 to 10,000 girls trafficked to India each year and an estimated 200,000 currently forced to work in Indian brothels.  


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