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OHCHR-Nepal Lena Sundh Representative of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal 17 February 2007 The High Commissioner has committed the Office to support the peace process through the monitoring of all human rights aspects of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement throughout Nepal. OHCHR-Nepal will continue to give priority to its monitoring and pre...
UNOHCHR, (2007)
Peace through development: how does Nepal’s ‘Three-Year Plan’ deliver on the Comprehensive Peace Agreement? This Field Bulletin looks at how core priorities identified in the CPA are featured in Nepal’s current Three-Year Plan.Overall, the Three-Year Plan shows strong alignment with the CPA. The Plan is particularly focused on promoting social inclusion, e...
UNOHCHR, (2012)
UNMIN Factsheet 2 - Monitoring the Management of Arms and Armed Personnel UNMIN’s mandate for the monitoring of arms and armed personnel of the Nepal Army and the Maoist army reflects the requests and commitments of the then Seven-Party Alliance Government and the CPN (Maoist) in three key peace process documents; their re...
UNMIN, (2006)
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)
Allegations of Human Rights Abuses by the Young Communist League (YCL) - June 2007 The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) signed between the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN-M) and the Seven-Party Alliance (SPA)on 21 November 2006 mandates OHCHR to monitor the implementation of the human rights provisions of the accord. In t...
UNOHCHR, (2007)
Representative of the Secretary-General Karin Landgren’s address: Press Conference (30 April 2010) Nepal’s unique national peace process has arrived at a difficult phase. There are grave concerns about the direction that it may take in the coming days. Major cities across the country expect large May Day rallies and celebrations. But after 1 May, ...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Release - Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal welcomes Appointment of Secretariat Coordinator (1 December 2010) Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Karin Landgren welcomes the appointment of retired Lieut. Gen. Balananda Sharma as coordinator of the Secretariat of the Special Committee to supervise, integrate and rehabilitate Maoist army personnel...
UNMIN, (2010)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General on Nepal (29 May 2010) The Secretary-General welcomes the decision to extend by one year the term of the Nepalese Constituent Assembly, which had been due to expire on 28 May 2010. He commends all parties concerned, their leaders and the Prime Minister, for the compromise ...
UNMIN, (2010)
The Sectary-General Message to Closing Ceremony for the United Nations Mission in Nepal The Security Council’s decision to end UNMIN’s mandate was in line with a September 2010 agreement between the Government of Nepal and the Maoists in which they pledged to basically complete the remaining tasks of the peace process by 15 January. Reg...
UN, (2011)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Press conference at the Reporters’ Club, Kathmandu (16 October 2008) First, let me say that neither I nor UNMIN have ever been an advocate for or against integration. We have never taken a position on this issue. We have always made clear that like other aspects of the peace process, this is for Nepalis to decide and ...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Briefing of the Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal, Ms.Karin Landgren, Delivered at the Press Conference (31 July 2009) The political developments that have delayed the peace process are described in the Secretary-General’s report (S/2009/351). The circumstances surrounding the dismissal of the Chief of Army Staff by the previous Maoist-led Government, the countermand...
UNMIN, (2009)
PRESS RELEASE: Nepalese Army and UN Mine Action Team Recommence Demining The mines in Jaalbhanjyang were originally laid on a steep hillside by the army to protect a strategic telecommunications tower during the decade-long civil war. The minefield has already claimed the life of a 10-year-old boy and injured a deminer. ...
UN, (2008)
Press Release: Under-Secretary-General Pascoe calls on parties in Nepal to transform urgency into action on peace process “There is no doubt that the 15 January deadline for UNMIN’s withdrawal has created a new sense of urgency among the parties, and more focused thinking on how to end the prolonged stasis is taking place,” #UNMIN #PeaceProcess #PeaceAgreements ...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Statement (23 March 2007) The killings in Gaur have exposed the lack of effective policing in many parts of the country, a problem which needs to be addressed as a matter of priority if repetition of such violence is to be avoided. As mentioned yesterday by the Special Repres...
UNMIN, (2007)