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Transitional Justice Bodies Should Consult the Conflict Victims

In memory of Muktinath Adhikary
Victims, human rights community and National Human Rights commission reiterated that Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and Commission to Investigate Enforced Disappearances that was formed a year back have not done anything yet towards providing justice to victims. Speaking at an Interaction jointly organized by Muktinath Adhikari Memorial Academy and Amnesty International Nepal on 17 January 2016 (3 Magh 2072), conflict victims said that they will continue their fight for justice until it is delivered.

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24th Annual General Meeting

The 24th Annual General Meeting (National Council Meeting) of Amnesty International (AI) Nepal held on 5 to 7 November 2015 (19 to 21 Kartik 2072) in Butwal. The highest policy making body meets every year and this year's meeting was the continuation of the internal democratic exercise.

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Public Statement

Nepal: Still No Justice for Victims of Conflict-Related Human Rights Abuses One Year on from Nanda Prasad Adhikari’s Death

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.

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Police Restraint Urged As at Least 20 More Shot Amid Constitution-Related Protests

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.

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International Day of the Disappeared

Put Victim in the Centre

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).

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