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General Assembly : Implementation of General Assembly Resolution 60/251 OF 15 March 2006 Entitled “HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL” The Human Rights Council takes note of the report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights & her oral update as well as the activities of her Office to address human rights violations in Nepal.The Council requests the High Commissione...
UN, (2006)
Green Jobs in Nepal Green Jobs have become an emblem of a more sustainable economy and a society that preserves the environment for present and future generations and is more equitable and inclusive of all people and all countries. The rationale for green growth and cle...
ILO, AusAID, (2015)
In Their Own Words... Nepal The Lives of Young Stone Crushers Samjhana Rajbansi, a 14-year-old student, has been crushing stone for the last five years with chores in the household, herding, and working as a stone crusher. Their family of six is striving to earn enough to cover the everyday basic needs as well ...
ILO, (2006)
Message from Mr Ian Martin Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal For the National Conference of the Federation of Nepalese Journalists 1 February 2006 The right of Nepali citizens to freely express and share ideas and information is at the heart of the democratic freedoms of your people. A media which speaks without fear or favour, and which reports responsibly, has a vital role to play in Nepal. I...
UNOHCHR, (2006)
Promotion And Protection Of Human Rights, Including the Question of Human Rights Defenders Following the royal coup on 1 February 2005, human rights defenders have been keenly targeted by the Government of Nepal in its attempts to suppress opponents. All criticism of and activities against the absolute monarch have been declared illegal. T...
UN, (2006)
Letter Dated 22 November 2006 from the Secretary-General Addressed to the President of the Security Council (S/2006/920) During the period under review, the Security Council held nine meetings and adopted three resolutions and one presidential statement in connection with the item entitled “Letter dated 22 November 2006 from the Secretary-General addressed to the Presi...
UN, (2006)
Letter Dated 22 November 2006 from the Secretary-General to the President of the Security Council I have the honour to refer to the letters dated 9 August 2006 addressed to me from Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala of Nepal and Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda), Chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), and to the letter dated 16 Novembe...
UN, (2006)
Letter Dated 31 March 2006 from the Permanent Representative of Nepal to the United Nations Addressed to the Secretary-General I am writing with reference to my letter dated 21 November 2005 addressed to the then Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs, Nobuyasu Abe, regarding the relocation of the United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Asia and ...
UN GA, (2006)
Short Duration Country Programme Document Nepal The short-duration country program document for Nepal is presented to the Executive Board for discussion and approval. The Board is requested to approve the aggregate indicative budget of $5,250,000 from regular resources, subject to the availability...
UN, (2006)
United Nations/European Space Agency/International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development Expert Meeting on Remote Sensing Projects for the Hindu Kush-Himalayan Region (Kathmandu, 6-10 March 2006) In its resolution entitled “The Space Millennium: Vienna Declaration on Space and Human Development”: The Third United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNISPACE III) recommended that activities of the United ...
UN GA, (2006)
The April Protests Democratic Rights and the Excessive Use of Force - Findings of OHCHR ­Nepal’s Monitoring and Investigations (September 2006) The 19­day protest movement organized by the Seven­Party Alliance (SPA) and civil society, with CPN­M support, from 5 April brought hundreds of thousands of protesters onto the  streets throughout the country. Many of the protests (known as the Jana ...
OHCHR, (2006)
Hamro Chinari (An Introduction to OHCHR) OHCHR gets its information from many sources, including victims of violations, their families, the media, the state authorities and civil society. With this information, OHCHR can investigate claims and, if necessary, report them to the Government of...
OHCHR, (2006)
Country Operations Plans for Nepal 2006 Physical insecurity and violence surroundingBhutanese camps hindering monitoring by UNHCR staff, delivery of food and other supplies, responding to protection concerns, provision of medical assistance, movement of refugees, and all other activities; ...
UNHCR, (2006)
Global Partnership for Development - UNDP Annual Report 2006 UNDP is the UN's global development network,advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge,experience and resources to help people build a better life. We are on the ground in 166 countries,working with them to strengthen their capacitie...
UNDP, (2006)
Ian Martin Personal Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (29 December 2006) "Yesterday the first six UN arms monitors arrived in Kathmandu. Further arrivals in the next few days will bring the initial group to 15. They come from six countries - Canada, Guatemala, Indonesia, Jordan, Uruguay and Yemen – and join our four milit...
UNMIN, (2006)
Ian Martin, Personal Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal: Press Conference (17 December 2006) "..They assessed what would be the requirements in terms of personnel, how many monitors of arms and armies will be required, where will they be stationed. There have been reports that suggested that there was already a decision as to those numbers. ...
UNMIN, (2006)
Nepal Reports of Security Incidents, Feb. 1 –Feb. 28, 2006 Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attacks by the CPN/M have largely targeted government offices and municipal buildings in urban areas; the majority of these attacks have been during evening / night hours. The density of events –indicated by shading ...
UNOCHA, (2006)
Situation of Children and Women in Nepal Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world and is among the 50‘least developed countries’ as defined by the General Assembly. In terms of human and social development, Nepal ranks 136 out of 177 countries in the Human Development Index. The c...
UNICEF, (2006)