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Victim And Others At Risk After Conviction Of Two Persons In Domestic Violence Case In Nepalgunj
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OHCHR nepal is deeply concerned about reports of threats received by the victim, human rights defenders and others in-relation to their involvement in the case of Has run idrisi, which was decided by the Bank District Court on 19 January. OHCHR- nepal notes the significance of the conviction of Ms. isidro husband and a member of his family for attempted murder by setting Isidro on fire on 6 november 2007, as a result of which she suffered severe burns.The Office strongly urges the state authorities, including the nepal Police and Chief district Officer, to take measures to ensure the security of the victim, her family, witnesses, the lawyers representing the victim, another human rights defenders, in line with their obligations under domestic law.
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UNHR ,   (2009 )
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Press Release in English
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HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS, RELATION, INVESTMENT AND INVOLVEMENT, SIGNIFICANCE, CONVINCE, NATIONAL AUTHORITIES, NEPAL POLICE, FOCUS DISTRICTS, INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS AND NATIONAL LAW, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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 UNHCR : Refugees and Migration
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14.05.03  -  Social Development
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