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Press Freedom in Nepal [Youtube]

[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMXmTkF4E4c
[Abstract]- During the armed conflicts in Nepal from 1996 to 2006, many journalists have been tortured and kidnapped. To ensure that journalists can exercise their basic human right to freedom of expression, UNESCO has been working for the safety of all the journalists in Nepal.
[Video Quality]-1080p
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0:09- History of Nepali Media
0:18- Beginning of Professional Journalism
0:24- Torturing and Kidnapping of journalists during the armed conflict
0:32- UNESCO's role for Press Freedom
0:44- Threatening still continues
0:50- An account of armed conflict days and press freedom from a journalist (Deepak Acharya)
1:40- Community radio broadcasting by UNESCO
2:06- More than 160 cases of violation of press freedom
2:11- Persistence of Impunity
2:15- Viewpoint of Mahendra Mishra (Chairperson of Federation of Nepali Journalists)
2:35- Christian Manhart (Head of Office and UNESCO Representative)

UNESCO ,   (2017 )
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Video-Media in English
Thematic Group:
 UNESCO : Educational, Scientific and Cultural
14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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