Center for Reproductive Rights
Capacity Building Manager for Asiac
Prabina is a human rights lawyer with extensive experiences on human rights analysis, advocacy and capacity building. Since 2017, she has been working with the Center for Reproductive Rights and is responsible for leading the Center’s capacity building work in Asia. The major initiatives she is leading includes judicial engagement in Nepal, spearheading partnership with National Judicial Academy; and coordinating South Asia Reproductive Justice and Accountability Initiatives (SARJAI).
She had worked with UN Human Rights Office in Nepal and Thailand; UN Resident Coordinators Office and UN Refugee Agency in Nepal. She had also worked with International Center for Transitional Justice and Governance Facility in Nepal. Her work focused along the areas of access to justice for SGBV survivors; evidence-based advocacy for accountability for human rights violations committed during the conflict in Nepal; capacity building of national human rights institutions and law enforcement agencies; strategic partnership building with justice sector actors and national human rights institutions. In her early career, Prabina started as field researcher on legal anthropological research for women’s access to natural resources, in particular, water. Prabina holds Master’s Degree in Law from Erasmus University, Rotterdam in the Netherlands. She is a member of Nepal Bar Association.