Mara MALAGODI 法律學院助理教授
DesignTheLawNepal aims to create a space for all Nepali citizens to understand their sexual and reproductive rights using both accessible language and engaging explainers to exploit the power of visual communication methods.
發展階段｜STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT
Growth & Scaling
• #DesignTheLawNepal is a collaborative project between the Faculty of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK LAW), the City Law School of the University of London, and iProbono. Led by Mara Malagodi at CUHK LAW, the team includes Rehan Abeyratne, Ngoc Bui Son at CUHK LAW, Emily Allbon, Sabrina Germain at City, Mariam Faruqi, Meenakshi Menon, Bandana Upreti, Barun Ghimire at iProbono. All the artwork of the legal design toolkit is by illustrator and comic artist Kripa Joshi.
• This interdisciplinary project brings together academics, practitioners, activists and creatives with a view of advancing sexual and reproductive rights through legal design and comparative law methods.
• The legal design toolkit comprises:
*** 1 explainer on the Lakshmi Supreme Court’s decision on abortion. About 5 A4 pages;
*** 1 explainer on the Prakash Mani Sharma Supreme Court’s decision on uterus prolapse (as above). About 5 A4 pages;
*** 1 infographic sheet mapping key provisions on reproductive rights in Nepal (from constitution to legislation and key court decisions). 1 page A4;
*** 6 cards for six personas. We envision each card to be an A4 sheet, folded into two A5 pages;
*** 1 logo for the project #DesignTheLawNepal.
如何解決市場痛點｜RESPONSE TO MARKET PAIN POINTS
DesignTheLawNepal aims to foster changes to the legal system centred around the sexual and reproductive well-being and dignity of individuals. It also seeks to enhance the implementation of existing rights by raising awareness of such rights and access to medical and legal services.
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