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.

The current assignment has been carried out by Citizens' Campaign for Right to Information (CCRI) in coordination with its strategic partner organizations in different parts of country.  This study reviews the compliance level of public agencies under RTI laws in recent times. For such a purpose, 1343 RTI applications were filed and monitored thoroughly in different district of Nepal. Further, information requesters have minutely observed the situation as it required to measure compliance level. The assessment has strength that it was carried out in different districts, in different...
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  CCRI has published the First Edition of the "Tool of Change - Success stories derived by the use of Right to Information".  The objective of bringing this publication is to make people aware about their Right to Information and the success stories that have been witnessed in different districts of Nepal. This publication incorporates some representative achievements, which has set the significant examples. This book will be used as a resource material in providing trainings in future both at local and central level. The book can be accessed and downloaded by clicking he...
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CCRI, in the year 2013 had organized A "National Level Essay Writing Competition on Right to Information". A overwhelming participation of the students pursuing their secondary and higher secondary education was observed. The Evaluation Committee evaluated and ranked the essays based on merit. ...
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The Subjective Use of RTI: A Guide has been developed and published by Citizens' Campaign for Right to Information. The objective of this brochure is to aware a greater sphere of society about the basic concept of Right to Information along with the scopes of uses of RTI in different sectors. Different sectors involving agriculture, health, social security, education etc has been illustrated where RTI can be used to receive information.  The brochure has been widely distributed among people at local level. This effort of CCRI has been motivating people learn about RTI and its dimensi...
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