Nepali Migrant Workers
The predicament Nepali migrant workers are compelled to cope with is a far cry off from resolution. The three-part blog-series shines light on some of the stark realities faced by Nepali migrant workers throughout the three stages of the migration process: their recruitment, time in-country, and their return home. The links below can be accessed for the first two blogs in respective order.
गत जेठ २३, २०७४, मंगलबार काठमाडौंमा एक कार्यक्रममाझ एम्नेस्टी इन्टरनेसनले आप्रवासी श्रमिकहरु सम्वन्धि नयाँ प्रतिवेदन सार्वजनिक गरेको छ । नेपाली आप्रवासी श्रमिकहरुको ज्यादतीयुक्त भर्ना, बेचविखन र जबरजस्ती श्रम भईरहेको अनुसन्धानको क्रममा एम्नेस्टीले पाएको छ ।
Amnesty International Nepal Section marked the 56th anniversary of
its establishment by organizing an event on 28 May 2017 in Kathmandu. During
the event, the 'Human Rights Defenders Campaign: BRAVE' was also
locally launched honoring the courage and determination of the HRDs who
have stood up and spoken up for truth, human rights and ending
discrimination and injustice.
Appeal for Action
Everyone who lost their home in the earthquake needs and has the right to proper housing, regardless of who owns the land.
Act now and demand adequate proper housing for the landless people in Nepal whose homes were destroyed by the 2015 earthquakes in the country by signing this petition which we will hand to the Prime Minister of Nepal. Please follow the link below.
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