Ram has led the struggle to secure justice for victims and survivors in Nepal. He has over a decade experience working with marginalised communities (in particular the families of the disappeared, victims and survivors of conflict, ex-combatant youth, ethnic minorities, rural youth and women groups). Ram's activism began when his own father disappeared in 2001. In the years since he has pioneered many new techniques of grassroots mobilisation, campaigning and networking. Ram helped to launch the community Radio station, the network of families of the disappeared (NEFAD), the Committee for Social Justice, and the Conflict Victims Common Platform for transitional justice. He has also submitted petitions to the UN Human Rights Committee, the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances, and the Nepali Supreme Court. Ram has written extensively on victims' rights and nonviolent conflict in English and Nepali. He is a PhD candidate at Nova School of Law in Lisbon.