Amnesty International Nepal
P.O. Box 135, Amnesty Marga
Basanta Nagar, Balaju
Telephone: (977-1) 4364706 / (977-1) 4365431
Fax at: (977-1) 4354987
The recent and tragic death of Nanda Prasad Adhikari, on hunger strike demanding justice for the death of his son, highlights again the Nepali authorities’ failure to ensure accountability for grave conflict-era human rights abuses, Amnesty International Nepal said. Issuing a press statement on 28 September 2014 (12 Ashoj 2071) Amnesty International Nepal expressed its concern over the death of Nanda Prasad Adhikari and lack of accountability of the state authorities.
Amnesty International Nepal AGM
Amnesty International (AI) Nepal organized press conference on 22
September 2014 in Biratnagar aiming to publicize its financial detail of
fiscal year 2070/071 including from where how much money came and where
that spent. On the occasion, Chairperson Surya Bahadur Adhikari,
General Secretary Deek Prasad Ghimire and Director Rameshwar Nepal
provided detail about sources of income and expenditures, and AI Nepal's
practice towards maintaining financial transparencies.
Amnesty International Nepal AGM
The 23rd Annual General Meeting (National Council
Meeting) of Amnesty International (AI) Nepal held on 19 to 21 September
2014 in Biratnagar. The highest policy making body meets every year and
this year's meeting is the continuation of the internal democratic
exercise. The AGM was divided into three different sessions, vig
Inaugural Session, Business Session and Election of National Committees.
On the day of completion of a
year of National Human Rights Commission without Commissioners, Amnesty
International issued a press statement on 16 September 2014. The Nepali government’s failure to appoint new
commissioners to the Nepal Human Rights Commission (NHRC) for a year, leaving
the body leaderless and unable to carry out its mandate, shows a deeply
disappointing lack of commitment to human rights and transitional justice,
Amnesty International said.
for full statement in English
Amnesty International has called on the government of Nepal to bring to
justice those responsible for the disappearance of five men more than a
decade ago is symptomatic of their wilful inaction in such cases. By
issuing a Press Release on 29 August 2014 (13 Bhadra 2071), ahead of the
International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances (on 30
August) Amnesty International expressed its concerns over the failure of
the Nepali authorities to bring to the justice those responsible for
the disappearances during past armed conflict.Click here
for full statement.
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