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Telephone: (977-1) 4364706 / (977-1) 4365431
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Statement on resignation of board members from Amnesty International Nepal

Amnesty International issued a press statement on 16 June 2015 (1 Ashar 2072) responding resignation of Board Members of Amnesty International Nepal. The organization has respected the rights of individuals to disagree with Amnesty International. However, the organization has refuted their accusations that our work on two particular cases in Nepal should have been handled differently.

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Earthquake Recovery Must Safeguard Human Rights

 Thousands in need of aid following the Nepal earthquake risk being left to fend for themselves amidst worrying signs that gender, caste and ethnic discrimination are inhibiting the aid effort, Amnesty International said in a briefing (report) made public on 1 June 2015 (18 Jesth 2072). The organization urges authorities and the international community to put human rights at the core of the earthquake response.

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Illumination in the Memory of Those Demised in Earthquake

AI Nepal organized an illumination program in the memory of those demised in devastating earthquake in Nepal. Marking Amnesty International's 54th anniversary, the activists gathered in Shantibatika, Kathmandu on 28 May 2015 (14 Jesth 2072) lit candles and expressed condolences wishing the departed soul to be rest in the peace. More than 8,500 people lost their lives in the earthquake of 25 April and 12 May this year.

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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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