Weekly Round-up: July 2, 2018

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Welcome to the weekly update on human rights in Nepal. This week’s round-up [25 June- 1 July 2018] features a multitude of issues and events concerning human rights in Nepal.

The major highlights of human rights in Nepal included serious concerns on Ganga Maya Adhikari’s hunger strike demanding justice for her son’s killing during the Maoist insurgency, new transitional justice bill tabled in the parliament, the Supreme Court’s rejection of the UNDP funding proposal for rule of law project, the passing of new Police Act in Province 2, which ensures equal participation of women in law enforcement agencies, and formation of struggle committee by stateless persons in Terai.

The below is the brief summary for the highlights.

Ganga Maya Adhikari’s deteriorating health draws NHRC’s serious concern

Ina press release issued by its commissioner Mohna Ansari last Thursday, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) urged the government to become sensitive…

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I'm a human rights defender, researcher and journalist.

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