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OHCHR-Nepal Urges all to React Peacefully to Political Developments. OHCHR-Nepal urges all parties to exercise restraint in response to Sunday’s political developments. Organisers of rallies should ensure that participants act in a peaceful manner and within the law. Police should prevent violence and respond with res...
OHCHR, (2009)
Sex Work, Violence And HIV In Asia- From Evidence To Safety Sex workers endure a disproportionate burden of violence, in their work and personal lives. This violence denies them rights — to equal protection under the law; to protection from torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment; and the right to ...
UNFPA, APNSW, UNDP, (2015)
When the Safety of NEPALI Migrant Workers Failes The number of deaths among Nepali citizens during their employment abroad is a serious concern to all those involved in any way for the safety and well-being of migrant workers. It is an emerging issue affiliated with the surge in the outflow of mig...
ILO, (2016)
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)
Supporting Safety of Journalists in NEPAL Though there is a huge growth in terms of quantity in the media sector in Nepal, journalism remains professionally weak and economically insecure, and the journalists are in highly vulnerable condition in terms of physical and psychological safety. N...
UNESCO, (2016)
Tools For The Assessment of School and Hospital Safety For Multi-Hazards in South Asia - (School Safety) Toolkit Book 1: New Design Major Asian cities are located, by and large, across flood plains or in coastal areas. Over 50% of the urban populations are living in small and medium size cities with less than 500,000 populations that are growing faster and may not be able to cope...
UN-HABITAT, UNISDAR, (2012)