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The OHCHR Nepal Conflict Report (QA)
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OHCHR’s Nepal Conflict Report documents and analyses the major categories of conflict-related violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law that took place in Nepal from February 1996 to 21 November 2006. The 233 page Report was compiled by the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) as a contribution to the transitional justice process in Nepal.The Report does not make a “scorecard” of how many violations were committed by each party to the
conflict. This is not the purpose of this Report. Instead, within the framework of international law, the Report analyses alleged violations that occurred on both sides of the conflict to determine if there is sufficient basis to believe that serious violations of international law occurred. Emblematic cases involving personnel from all sides of the conflict are used to illustrate the application of international law relating to unlawful killings, enforced disappearance, torture, arbitrary arrest and sexual violence.
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UNOHCHR ,   (2012 )
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Others in English
Keywords:
NEPAL CONFLICT REPORT, TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE, CRIMES, PERPETRATORS, VICTIMS, VIOLATIONS, ALLEGATIONS, JUDICIAL PROCESS, INTERNATIONAL LAW, NEPALI DOMESTIC COURTS, INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT, AMNESTY FOR CRIMES, IMPUNITY, JUSTICE MECHANISM, PEACE, NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, HUMAN RIGHTS, PEACE PROCESS, ARMED CONFLICT
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 UNOHCHR : UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
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01.03.00  -  Maintenance Of Peace And Security
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