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युनिसेफ तथा नेपालस्थित मानवअधिकार उच्चायुक्तको कार्यालयद्वारा संयुक्त रुपमा जारी वक्तव्य "बालअधिकारको संरक्षण गर" एनेकपा (माओबादी)को प्रदर्शनमा बालबालिकाको प्रयोगले उनीहरुलाई हिंसाको जोखिममा तथा खतरापूर्ण हुन सक्ने स्थितिमा पुर्याउने हुनाले संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघीय बालकोष (युनिसेफ) तथा नेपालस्थित संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघीय मानवअधिकार उच्चायुक्तको कार्यालय (उच्चायुक्तको का...
UNOHCHR, UNICEF, (2010)
Human rights, elections and young people 4 July 2007 The right to participation is one of the key principles with regard to electoral and political processes. Young people like yourselves will be the leaders of the future. You are among the stakeholders of the peace process, and you should have an impo...
UNOHCHR, (2007)
Nepal Bar Association (NBA) Interaction on Independence of Judiciary for Human Rights Speech delivered by Ms. Jyoti Sanghera, Head, OHCHR-Nepal Thursday, 26 May 2011 This bulletin includes the speech delivered by Ms. Jyoti Sanghera, the head of OHCHR-Nepal regarding very important theme “Independence of Judiciary for Human Rights”, chosen by Nepal Bar Association.It is crystal clear that judicial Independence is ...
UNOHCHR, (2011)
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)
Press Release - United Nations top political official begins visit to Nepal (10 March 2010) The United Nations Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs, B. Lynn Pascoe, arrived in Nepal today at the start of a three-day visit to review the state of the peace process and encourage forward movement on outstanding commitments in the perio...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Release: Top UN Political Official Urges Parties to Make Tangible Progress (3 December 2010) “We are here to hold discussions on how far the government and the political leaders have come on their promise to make the decisions that need to be made to move to the conclusion of the peace process in this period.” During his tw...
UNMIN, (2010)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General (27 May 2010) The Secretary-General is seriously concerned that due to political differences the parties in Nepal have yet to reach an agreement to extend the term of the Constituent Assembly past the 28 May 2010 deadline for completing its critical work. The Cons...
UN, (2010)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Press Conference at the Reporter’s Club The main reason why the political parties asked - by consensus - for UNMIN to remain for a further six months, to January 2009, was of course related to the management of arms and armies. Next week one half of that six months will have passed. Of cou...
UNMIN, (2008)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal:Press Conference (Pokhara, 7 April 2008) This is the last of four visits I have made to the regions outside Kathmandu in this critical period in the run up to the Constituent Assembly election, and I am very pleased to be in Pokhara in the Western region. My purpose of course is to discuss ...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Breifing by Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Next Wednesday, 28th of May, Nepal’s Constituent Assembly will open its first meeting, following the historic April 10 Constituent Assembly election. I just briefed the Security Council this morning on the basis of the report of the Secretary-General...
UN, (2008)
Press Release: Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon Urges Parties in Nepal to End Prolonged Political Deadlock In his latest report on Nepal to the United Nations Security Council, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges the political parties to end the prolonged political deadlock that has hampered progress in the peace process. #PeaceProcess #PoliticalParti...
UNMIN, (2010)
Women's Political Participation at the Sub-national Level in Nepal Over the last two decades, Nepal has undergone monumental political change, culminating in the Constitutional Assembly elections in May 2008. The changes have been driven by popular mobilisation, most notably the popular mass movement of April 2006 –...
UNWOMEN, NIBR, (2012)
Press Conference by Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal (23 January 2008) The Special Representative, who also heads UNMIN, said the hope had been that, by creating a free and fair atmosphere for the holding of the elections, the Mission could have accomplished its original mandate within the foreseen 12 months. Like all p...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Conference (26 July 2007) Parties in Nepal had agreed to hold elections for the Constituent Assembly, previously postponed, on 22 November, Ian Martin told correspondents today at Headquarters, after briefing the Security Council. The Secretary-General’s Special Representativ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal New York, 1 February 2005 The Secretary-General is deeply concerned at the actions taken by the constitutional monarchy in Nepal on Tuesday to dissolve the government, impose a state of emergency, and suspend civil liberties and freedom of expression. #STABILITY #FREEDOM #...
UN, (2005)