The right to information was granted to Nepali citizens in 1990, and was stated as a fundamental human right in the 2007 Interim constitution. The key features of the 2007 Right to Information Act include proactive disclosure, protection of whistleblowers, and the setting up of a National information Commission.
- Aid and Budget Training Module 3 - This briefing was written as a training resource for guidance on information request processes and will guide you through making a request: http://devinit.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/DI-Aid-and-Budget-Training_Module-3-Right-to-Information.pdf
- RTI Centre - For more help in the practicalities of accessing information in Nepal, here is some information about the RTI Centre: http://www.ccrinepal.org/rticentre. For legal support on your right to information, please follow this link: http://www.ccrinepal.org/legal-support
- Additional Links - Here are some other useful links form the Citizens’ Campaign for Right to Information: http://www.ccrinepal.org/links