Coordination and Collaboration:
NASO has been coordinating and collaborating strategically with like-minded organizations globally. It has been working as the coordinating organization for marking international day for the elimination of racial discrimination. In 2021, it was jointly marked by ADWAN, ICDR, Global Forum, Alliance for Justice, and PDRC International. NASO has been coordinating with other organizations in Canada, Europe and Middle East and Nepal.
NASO believe that advocacy needs a consistent efforts and engagement on the issues and actors at different levels for positive changes in the lives of people. Hence, it engages in such efforts by organizing discourse like talk among key actors, intellectuals, academicians, activists and leaders on concurrent issues. It has been lobbying and expressing its concern to the government bodies of Nepal on the issues of human rights and social justice particularly on in the incidents of caste-based discrimination and untouchability through the Embassy of Nepal in the US and by collaborating with organizations and individuals working in Nepal.
Advocacy and awareness:
NASO Community believes that rights-based interventions be coupled with need-based support in order to relieve affected people for short term and enable them to benefit from policy advocacy. NASO has been providing humanitarian assistance to the needy, minority and Dalit community people since its inception in the cases of pandemic and other incidences. For such interventions, it collaborates with likeminded organizations around the globe for greater impact.
Support efforts to protect, develop and enhance positive Nepalese cultures in diaspora community and the society through organizing different cultural events and community awareness activities against race, caste and descent-based discrimination.
Research and publication:
NASO engage in research and publication on pertinent issues for policy advocacy interventions. It collaborates with other likeminded organizations and individuals in order to carry out such research and publication. “Rukum Caste-based Massacre Structural Insensitivity, a collection of select articles” is a recent publication.