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Strategic Plan, National Human Rights Commission, Nepal
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Since the establishment of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Nepal, this organization has been trying to perform based on its set goals and priorities. The first document was the NHRC Strategic and Operational Plan(2001–2003) that was followed by the NHRC Strategic Plan(2004–2008). This second strategic document was amended and existed till 2007 in the changed political scenario and third document NHRC Strategic Plan(2008–2010) was endorsed. This is
the fourth Strategic Plan of NHRC that covers the period from 2011-14.
Currently Nepal is passing through post conflict situation of transition to peace building and institutionalization of democracy. Considering this situation, NHRC has realized to make thorough review on its earlier priority issues. In this context NHRC decided to organize wider consultation from the stakeholders before setting the priorities. Its therefore various consultation programs were organized across the country. The main objective of consultation programs was to identify major human rights problems confronted by the Nepalese society. In addition, the organizational needs that were identified based on its experience also has been given due consideration during the preparation of this Strategic Plan. Primarily this document would guide NHRC to respond those challenges. For the preparation of this plan five regional and one central level consultation meetings/workshops were held. All the stakeholders from the state agencies, human rights organizations and other organizations working in protection and promotion of human rights directly indirectly have actively contributed in preparation of this document. Besides there have been taken place series of meetings and consultations within the institutions and with the think tanks. The vision of NHRC is creating Nepalese society where all the people enjoy the full-fledged human rights equally with respect and dignity and social justice with zero tolerance to impunity and its mission is building and enhancing culture of human rights to ensure respect, protection and promotion of human rights compatible to universally recognized value, principle and standard of human rights.
Publisher:
NHRC/UNDP ,   (2011 )
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Others in English
Keywords:
IMPUNITY, ACCOUNTABILITY, SOCIAL HARMONY, DIVERSITY ISSUES, SOCIAL INCLUSION, RULE OF LAW, ARMED POLICE FORCE, UNTOUCHABILITY, PUBLIC AWARNESS, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION, ZERO TOLERANCE, DISAPPEARANCE COMMISSION, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY, VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED, COMMUNITY SERVICE, PEACE, HUMAN RIGHTS, GENDER BASED VIOLENCE, DIGNITY, SOCIAL JUSTICE, CULTURAL RIGHTS, HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
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14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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