Publications

Citizens' Campaign for Right to Information (CCRI) will publish different resources on right to information and supplementary. You can download from the website or contact directly at our office for publications.

“A Toolkit for Investigative Journalism” is the joint effort of Citizens’ Campaign for Right to Information (CCRI) and Accountability Lab. It is developed to address the need of a useful resource for journalists to use Right to Information Laws strategically. There are many issues hidden and concealed by public agencies where it is really hard to get information even by journalist. To overcome from this problem journalists use different means or tools to investigate the case. Right to information is one of the most useful tools where journalist...
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Citizens’ Campaign for Right to Information (CCRI) in collaboration with National Information Commission (NIC) organizes essay competition titled “How Would I Use Right to Information.” The aim of the essay competition is to aware students and to promote Right to Information in Nepal. To encourage and ensure remarkable participation of students we have publicized the notice in most readable and popular national newspapers.

 

We urge all eligible candidates to partici...
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As monitoring the implementation status of Right to Information laws in Nepal is one of the objectives of CCRI, it frequently conducts various researches to measure the compliance level of public agencies towards RTI laws so far developed in the country. For this purpose, CCRI often mobilizes those students who are pursuing their higher education from different universities. Such an involvement not only fulfils organizaitons' objective of conducting research, but also awares large number of students towards the importance of RTI and the specialized knowledge for...
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An "Implementation of Right to Information: A self help book targeting to Chief of Public Agencies" has been published by CCRI. This book is written by Tanka Aryal and Nayan Bahadur Khadka. One thousand copies of this self help book are published in Nepali language in its first edition which consist three chapters and 48 pages.

 

The core content of this book is the duties and responsibilities of Chief of the Public Agencies for implementing Right to Information laws. The laws very cl...
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CCRI has published a Pamphlet on Right to Information. The pamphlet provides basic information on Right to Information laws of Nepal.  It has dealt the RTI issues on eight different heading.  Meaning, importance, public agencies, information update and disclosure, process of requesting information, limitation of Right to Information and sample of RTI application are major.

 

The Pamphlet was published on simple Nepali language.  This pamphlet describes very clear and simple manner about the process on RTI application.  It was massively distributed to...
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