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AI Nepal Youth Mela

Migrant Workers Can Be Benefitted If Their Rights Are Protected

The prominent human rights defender and Constituent Assembly (CA) members highlighted the human rights abuse as the major problems that Nepali migrant workers facing. Speaking in a panel discussion held on 12 March 2015 in Pokhara

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AI Nepal Youth Mela

Empowering Youths for Human Rights Activism

Around one hundred youth activists affiliated to Amnesty International Nepal from across the country were empowered about methods and techniques on human rights activism.

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Amnesty International's Annual Report 2014/15 Launched

Impunity Further Fuelled as the TJ Commissions Given Power to Recommend Amnesties for Crimes Under International Law

An event organized to launch Amnesty International's Annual Report 2014/15 on 25 February 2015 (13 Phagun 2071). The report launched globally on the 25 February documents the state of human rights in 160 countries and territories during 2014.

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13th Death Anniversary of Muktinath Adhikari

Activists and Politicians Demanded Prosecution Against Those Involved in Grave Human Rights Abuses

Human Rights Activists and front line leaders of leading political parties demanded prosecution against those involved in grave human rights abuses. Speaking in an interaction jointly organized by Muktinath Adhikari Memorial Academy and Amnesty International Nepal on 17 January 2015 (3 Magh 2071), the Members of Parliament and representatives of political party together with leading human rights activists repeated their call not to stop the investigation in the cases of grave human rights abuses committed during the conflict.

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International Migrants Day

Activists Demanded Protection of Migrants

Activists from human rights and trade union movement demanded protection of Nepali migrant workers on the occasion of International Migrants Day. Amnesty International Nepal, CLASS Nepal and UNI Nepal jointly organized a demonstration and signature collection program marking the International Day on 18 December 2014 (3 Paush 2071) in Kathmandu to make that call.

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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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