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Human Rights e-Newsletter, Volume 7, Issue 2, August 2011
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NHRC eBulletin is the 2nd issue of volume 7 of NHRC E-Bulletin. The NHRC is Nepal’s National Human Rights Institution with constitutional mandate to work for the promotion and protection of human rights. This bulletin provides an update on NHRC activities such as: Government's Action Flayed Case Withdrawal Provokes Public Forum Debate; Exhumation Team Submits Anthropological Report on Godar Exhumation, Rights Watchdogs Observe Int'l Day of Disappeared: Case withdrawal irks victims' families; Enact law on Enforced Disappearances: NHRC, OHCHR; Media persons endure series of violent attacks in East NHRC urges respect for Free Press and Freedom of Expression; NHRC, GCN Document the Plight of Elder Abuse: Rights of Senior Citizens Stressed; L The ICRC-Nepal Team called on NHRC: NHRC Officers and Staff attend Refreshment Trg. on IHL; Regional Level Workshop on Rights of Senior Citizens held in West NHRC, Civil society to work for the Rights of Senior Citizens; Detention Centers yet to Experience Improvement: NHRC Monitoring Team forwards Recommendations; Training Held on Capacity Development of HR Defenders; Torture Inficted on Dowry issue Leads to Suicide NHRC places recommendations on evil practices in Society; Stakeholder undergo Training on Forensic Investigation Procedures in Mid West; Stakeholders in West Beneftted from Training on HRBA to Development; Dialogue Held on the Alternative Report on CRC: Report ought to work as a Wake-up Call for the Govt, Chairperson; Nepal Army personnel trained on Human Rights; Independence of NHRC urged: Donor Agencies; Consultative Meeting Held on Child Education: Network to go Nationwide; and Korean Delegates pay Goodwill Visit to NHRC: Rights of Migrant Workers Stressed.
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NHRC/UNDP ,   (2011 )
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KILLING, DISPLACEMENT, ABDUCTION, TORTURE, ENTACT LAW, VICTIM'S FAMILY, CASE WITHDRAWL, PLIGHT OF ELDER ABUSE, FORENSIC EXPERTS, EXHUMATION, FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, PRESS FREEDOM, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, SENIOR CITIZENS, HUMAN RIGHTS, DETENTION CENTERS, DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, SOCIAL INCLUSION, SOICIAL DEVELOPMENT, HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION, ABUSE, DISCRIMINATION, SECURITY FORCES, MIGRANT'S RIGHTS, CHILD RIGHT, ADMINISTRATIVE JUSTICE, CIVIL RIGHTS, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS
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