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Inter-Agency Thematic Report:Consolidated by OCHA Nepal During the 11 years of conflict an estimated 100,000 – 200,000 Nepalese were displaced due to protection and other related concerns. A majority of this group preferred to remain anonymous and blend with host communities for fear of persecution, eithe...
UNOCHA, (2007)
United Nations University Centre for Policy Research What Works in UN Resident Coordinator-led Conflict Prevention: Lessons from the Field June 2018 In April 2006, after suffering ten years of civil war between a Maoist insurgency and an increasingly autocratic royal government, the people of Nepal took to the streets and forced the country’s King to hand power back to the political parties. Peac...
UNU, (2018)
Nepal Conflict Prevention Programme The Conflict Prevention Programme (CPP)takes a multi-pronged and complementary approach to the prevention, mitigation and management of conflicts at the central and local levels. CPP is designed as a five-year programme with the first two years as Ph...
UNDP, (2010)
Impact of Conflict and Priorities for Assistance This report has been created as part of the joint project,“Surveillance and Programmer Targeting for Post-Conflict Recovery Operations", funded by the United Nations Peace Fund for Nepal. The data presented is an initial attempt to gain better insigh...
WFP, OCHA, (2007)
Ms. Kyung-wha Kang United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Statement to the Media 20 April 2011, Kathmandu This press statement involves about the progress of peace process and that political consensus on important issues has been reached, despite ongoing challenges.Nepal has committed to establishing transitional justice mechanisms to confront and addres...
UNOHCHR, (2011)
A 10-Year Literacy/NFE Policy and Programme Framework Education is a key to development and an asset towards peace and social justice. It has a fundamental role to play in reducing poverty,exclusion, ignorance and conflict. Nepal is committed to Education for all, and its progress in primary education o...
UNESCO, (2000)
Assessment of Children and Young Persons in Prisons, Correction Home and Police Custody in Nepal Despite the ratification of several multilateral human rights treaties, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC),and the enactment of the Child Rights Act, children who come into conflict in Nepal with the law face serious problems w...
UNICEF, (2006)
Operational Space for Development and Humanitarian Work: Current Status The right of conflict-affected populations to receive basic assistance is guaranteed by international humanitarian law.The term operational space, referred to throughout this report, describes the freedom of development and humanitaria...
UNOCHA, (2006)
The Internally Displaced Persons: Current Status The fate of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) is one of the many outstanding issues of the peace negotiations between the interim government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist). Granting those, that had to flee their homes due to the conflict the op...
UNOCHA, (2006)
OHCHR-­Nepal Check against delivery Address by Louise Arbour United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights 20 January 2007 Kathmandu, Nepal Respect for human rights is an essential foundation for peace and democracy in all countries.Human rights must be key components in the negotiations as well as in the implementation stage of a peace process.longstanding human rights issues as part of...
UNOHCHR, (2007)
Micro-dynamics of Land Conflict and Land Conflict Resolution in Nepal Distribution of land has remained one of the most contentious issues in Nepalese society as a consequence of a historical feudal land tenure system that concentrated land ownership to the wealthy few and those who were close to the authorities. Land ...
UN, (2016)
UNSCR 1325 AND FEMALE EX-COMBATANTS - CASE STUDY OF THE MAOIST WOMEN OF NEPAL The situation of women combatants and the roles they can play in conflict transformation and peace building is an area which has received minimal attention in the women, peace and security (WPS) agenda over the past 15 years. This is despite consiste...
UNWOMEN, (2015)
UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN NEPAL Press Release – 11 November 2006 United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights welcomes agreement The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, today welcomed the 8 November agreement reached between the Seven ­Party Alliance and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) as a crucial step towards ending the conflict and stre...
UNOHCHR, (2006)
Conflict - Related Disappearances in Bardiya District (December 2008). This report sets out the findings of OHCHR’s investigations into enforced disappearances and related serious human rights and international humanitarian law (IHL) violations in Bardiya District in the context of the conflict between the State and the...
OHCHR, (2008)
Secretary-General's statement on the situation in Nepal New York, 22 March 2004 The Secretary-General is disturbed by the recent escalation of fighting in Nepal, where the continued instability and conflict is having an increasingly devastating impact on the lives of ordinary people. Civilian casualties and serious human rights ...
UN, (2004)
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal New York, 21 October 2004 The Secretary-General considers this to be a positive first step towards the possible resumption of a peace process in Nepal, which he believes to be a matter of urgent importance. He strongly encourages the Government and Maoists to extend the suspe...
UN, (2004)
UNICEF Humanitarian Action NEPAL in 2009 Following 10 years of Maoist-inspired conflict, the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord on 21 November 2006 marked a new phase in Nepal’s social, political, and economic development. Despite a certain degree of political progress during 2007, t...
UNICEF, (2009)
The United Nations welcomes the Kavre District Court's ruling on the murder of Maina Sunuwar Maina Sunuwar, a 15 year old girl was tortured and killed in an army base in 2004 during the decade-long Maoist conflict(1995-2006). The United Nations has welcomed the Kavre District Court’s verdict in which the bench convicted three former Nep...
RCO, (2017)
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal New York, 23 December 2004 The conflict is undermining democracy and human rights and seriously hindering development activities. Reports that human rights defenders in Nepal face grave threats to their safety and security are very disturbing. The safety and ability of the Nat...
UN, (2004)
United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the situation in Nepal New York, 29 August 2003 The Secretary-General is deeply concerned by the breakdown of the cease-fire and the recent upsurge in violence in Nepal. He remains convinced that there is no alternative to the continuation of dialogue and a peaceful solution to the conflict. The S...
UNOHCHR, (2003)
Findings and recommendations - Investigations into violations of International Humanitarian Law in the Context of Attacks and Clashes Between the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) and Government Security Forces Following a decision by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN-M) to discontinue their unilateral ceasefire on 2 January 2006, there have been dozens of reports of alleged violations of international humanitarian law (IHL) by both parties to the...
OHCHR, (2006)
‘I’m Surprised to Hear that UN Intervened’ "Nepal's peace process has been remarkable in many ways, with hugely significant achievements for the establishment of the republic, and a representative Constituent Assembly, in a relatively short period. When the Security Council met on 6 November...
UN, (2010)
Minors to be discharged from Maoist cantonments “The UN country team stands ready to support former CPN-M child combatants to resume civilian life as hey look to their future in a new peaceful Nepal,” said the Special Representative, referring to the reintegration packages developed by UNICEF and ...
UN, (2008)
Press Statement (Ceasefire code of conduct) The Secretary-General, has written to the Minister of Defence, reiterating UNMIN’s view that any new recruitment by the Nepal Army or the Maoist army would be a breach of the Ceasefire Code of Conduct, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the Agreem...
UNMIN, (2008)
Assessment of Village Development Committee Governance and the Use of Block Grants A priority of the Government of Nepal and its development partners is to provide Nepal’s rural communities with the authority, tools and resources to plan and actively participate in the implementation of the development of their local areas. From f...
UNDP, (2009)
Poverty, Social Divisions, and Conflict in Nepal We conduct an econometric analysis of the economic and social factors that contributed to the spread of violent conflict in Nepal. We find that conflict intensity is significantly higher in places with greater poverty and lower levels of economic de...
WB, (2007)
UNICEF PROGRAMME FOR THE REINTERGATION OF CHILDREN ASSOCIATED WITH ARMED FORCES AND ARMED GROUPS IN NEPAL The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) between the Communist Party of Nepal – Maoists (CPN-M) and the Government of Nepal (GoN) saw the end of an internal armed Conflict that had played out across Nepal for over a decade. As with most armed conflict...
UNICEF, (2008)
CONFLICT PREVENTION PROGRAMME (CPP) UNDP's conflict prevention programme (cpp) is designed to help ensure that nepal is able to peacefully navigate its complex post-conflict transition through a multi- stakeholder approach that functions at the national and local levels. The work is fo...
UNDP, (2014)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (12 February 2007) "Throughout the disturbances, UNMIN has remained focused on our core task of arms management, and I have now seen for myself at Kailali and Surkhet the manner in which this has been conducted. Our arms monitors, assisted by registration teams fielded...
UNMIN, (2007)
Press Statement: 10 April 2007 Registration and Storage of Nepal Army Weapons Begins Under the Agreement on Monitoring of the Management of Arms and Armies (AMMAA), the Nepal Army agreed to register and safely store under UNMIN monitoring an equivalent number of weapons to those stored by the Maoist army. The number of weapons stored...
UNMIN, (2007)
Press Statement: Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (1 April, 2007) A truly unified government should be in a stronger position to face the challenges still ahead: creating conditions for a credible Constituent Assembly election; addressing the legitimate demands of groups in Nepalese society calling for more inclusi...
UNMIN, (2007)
Remarks by UN Resident Coordinator Ms. Valerie Julliand To mark the International Day of Peace at the Unveiling ceremony of the Nepali UN Peacekeepers’ memorial plaque Prevention and mitigation of wars continue to be the number one priority of the international community through the U.N., as well as the collective responsibility of the member states; equally important is to ensure that the war-torn countries can t...
UN, (2017)
UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF THE RESIDENT COORDINATOR IN NEPAL Press Statement – 18 April 2017 The United Nations welcomes the Kavre District Court's ruling on the murder of Maina Sunuwar. The United Nations calls upon the Government, in accordance with Nepali law, to implement the court’s ruling without delay, as well as court judgments in a...
UNRCO, (2017)
Report of the Secretary-General on the Request of Nepal for United Nations Assistance in Support of its Peace Process (2 September 2010) The present report is submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1921 (2010), by which the Council, following the request of the Government of Nepal and the recommendation of the Secretary-General, renewed the mandate of the United Nations Mi...
UNMIN, (2010)
UNHCR REPRESENTION IN NEPAL UNHCR Invites qualified service providers or companies for the supply and delivery of J hook with washer and nut and bolt beldangi refugee camp storage side in Jhapa. #UNHCR #Goods #Equipment #Rights #Information #ChildLabor #Conflict #Abuse ...
UNHCR, (2017)
Governance, Conflict Prevention and Peace-building Community of Practice Workshop Building on Strengths, Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future In November 2006, the UNDP Oslo Governance Centre (OGC), in collaboration with UNDP Nepal, UNDP BCPR, and International IDEA organized the global workshop on Governance, Conflict Prevention and Peace-building in Kathmandu, Nepal. 31 UNDP programme...
UNDP, (2006)
"Ensuring recognition of sexual violence as a tool of conflict in the Nepal peace building process through documentation and provision of comprehensive services to women and girl survivors" The project aimed at ensuring recognition of sexual violence as a tool of conflict in the Nepal peace building process by documenting conflict-related sexual violence incidents by providing comprehensive services to women and girl survivors. The inci...
UNICEF, (2012)
Conflict Sensitivity The UN Peace Fund for Nepal (UNPFN) recognized conflict sensitivity as one of the major cross cutting issues for the projects it funded. It made it mandatory for participating agencies to allocate resources and orient project teams on conflict sensit...
UN, (2017)
Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) is a concept that addresses improving access to livelihood assets and services for ALL, including the women, poor, and excluded. It supports more inclusive policies and mindsets and increases the voice and ...
UN, (2017)
Conflict Sensitivity Supplement to UNDAF 2013- 2017: Guidelines for Developing Detailed Profiles for Country Analysis for Nepal The purpose of this supplement is to further explain and assist drafters in the use of the ‘conflict lens’ and do-no-harm approach mentioned in the core document. This should not be regarded as a comprehensive guide to Conflict Analysis but as guidel...
UN, (2012)