As the globe marks World Refugee Day 2018,

There are tens of millions of forcibly displaced people worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations. Such people, also termed as ‘persons-of-concern’, include refugees, internally displaced people, returnees, stateless persons and others of concern. By the end of 2017, the population of ‘persons-of-concern’ were some 71.4 million around the world, […]

Gwangju Uprising Inspires Asian Declarations on Rights to Justice, Peace & Culture

Originally published by The Korea Herald, click HERE to acccess the same. While the people of Gwangju and South Korea were commemorating the 38th anniversary of the Gwangju Uprising, human rights activists and the activists of democratic movements in different countries of Asia gathered at the city of Gwangju to discuss the pertinent issues of human […]

Citizenship and naturalisation

Madhesis do not want provisions that might compromise their relations with people across the border The debate over the citizenship has once again flared up in Nepal as the government is set to register an amendment proposal in Parliament to modify the constitution for the second time. One of the key issues for the amendment […]