Amnesty International Nepal
P.O. Box 135, Amnesty Marga
Basanta Nagar, Balaju
Telephone: (977-1) 4364706 / (977-1) 4365431
Fax at: (977-1) 4354987
Amnesty International's International Secretariat issued a public
statement on 22 September 2015 (5 Ashoj 2072) a day ahead of the first
death anniversary of Nanda Prasad Adhikari, who died following a hunger
strike to protest against the lack of investigation into the killing of
his son, there remains no justice for victims of conflict-era human
rights abuses and their families in Nepal.
Amnesty International issued a statement on 21 September 2015 (4 Ashoj 2072) calling for refraining use of excessive force against protesters. Amnesty International said that after at least twenty protesters were shot when security forces opened fire on several demonstrations against the country’s new constitution.
International Day of the Disappeared
Victims’ families and human rights community expressed their deep
concern for not engaging them in addressing the issue of enforced
disappearances during the armed conflict. They expressed their
dissatisfaction over not adopting victim-centric approach while drafting
the Commission on Investigation of Disappeared Persons (CoID).
Amnesty International has called upon the Nepali Police and Armed Police Force to refrain from using excessive and lethal force during ongoing demonstrations against an agreement by Nepal’s major political parties to form six federally-administered states under the proposed new Constitution. The organization has called the government to immediately send clear instructions to the police only to use proportionate force. In addition it has demanded, a prompt, independent and impartial investigation into the police killings and beatings must take place.Click here
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International Justice Day
Conflict victims together with human rights community in Nepal expressed
their serious concerns as the draft constitution, if finalized as it
appears now, will fail to ensure justice to the victims of a decade long
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गरिबी र वेरोजगारीबाट मुक्ति पाउन एवं आफू र आफ्नो परिवारको समुन्नत जीवन सुनिश्चित गर्ने आशाका साथ वैदेशिक रोजगारीमा जाने गर्दछन् । दस वर्ष अघि त्यसरी विदेसिनेको संख्या करिव ५५ हजार थियो । सरकारी रेकर्ड अनुसार गत वर्ष वैदेशिक रोजगारीमा जानेको संख्या ३ लाखको हाराहारी छ,, यद्यपि अनाधिकारिक बाटो प्रयोग गरेर जानेहरुको संख्या समेत जोड्दा वैदेशिक रोजगारीमा जानेहरुको संख्या प्रतिवर्ष करिव ६ लाख रहेको बताइन्छ । यसरी जानेहरुको प्रमुख गन्तव्य मुलुकहरू खाडी मुलुकहरू र मलेसिया हुन् जहाँ निर्माण, उत्पादन क्षेत्र र घरेलु काम जस्ता न्यून सीप भएका क्षेत्रका काममा जाने गरिन्छ ।
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