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What is transitional justice? Transitional justice is a way to address past human rights violations so that nations and their people can move forward towards sustainable peace and reconciliation. It refers to four specific areas of judicial and non-judicial activities that are of...
OHCHR, (2007)
Commitments To Establish Transitional Justice Mechanisms Should Not Justify Impunity In Nepal, the fact that the parties to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement have committed and provided for the establishment of such transitional justice mechanisms certainly reflects this practice and constitutes a welcome development. These mechanis...
UN, (2011)
MARCH 2017 Policy Brief DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES OF NEPAL: Trends and Policy Implications Nepal’s demographic experience is remarkable in many ways. In the span of a few decades, Nepal has achieved significant declines in mortality rates, fertility rates, and population growth rates (Table 1). Most significant, Nepal’s demographic transit...
GON, UNICEF, (2017)