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OHCHR-­Nepal Check against delivery Address by Louise Arbour United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights 20 January 2007 Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
Respect for human rights is an essential foundation for peace and democracy in all countries.Human rights must be key components in the negotiations as well as in the implementation stage of a peace process.longstanding human rights issues as part of a process of social transformation.The State is also directly accountable to the victims and their families,who have the right not only to know the truth of what took place, but also to see justice done. Access to justice is a key focus for OHCHR ­Nepal regional teams, especially for women victims of sexual violence, and those others who may have difficulty accessing the judicial system, such as the many rural Dalit communities.There is a tremendous opportunity for mainstream political parties to demonstrate their commitment to ending discrimination and exclusion by ensuring that candidates in key.The discrimination and exploitation that stand at the roots of widespread poverty must be urgently and seriously addressed. #HumanRight #Peace #PeaceEnvironment #PeaceDemocracy #PeaceProcess #PeacekeepingMission #SocialTransformation #CivilSociety #SustainableManner #Abuse #Poverty #Violence #Conflict #Discrimination
Publisher: UNOHCHR Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS, ACADEMIC FREEDOM, EDUCATION, BASIC NEEDS, CHILD NEEDS, FOOD REQUIREMENTS, BASIC SERVICES, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, HUMAN SECURITY, POVERTY, RIGHT TO DRINKING WATER, shelter, clothing, public services, health care, PROTECTION, CULTURE, WOMEN'S RIGHTS, PEACE, RIGHT TO PEACE
Thematic Group:
UNOHCHR , (2007)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Feeder: KRISTUKRISTINA@GMAIL COM, Editor: MALIKA THAPA, Auditor:
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OHCHR-­Nepal Check against delivery Address by Louise Arbour United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights 20 January 2007 Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
Respect for human rights is an essential foundation for peace and democracy in all countries.Human rights must be key components in the negotiations as well as in the implementation stage of a peace process.longstanding human rights issues as part of a process of social transformation.The State is also directly accountable to the victims and their families,who have the right not only to know the truth of what took place, but also to see justice done. Access to justice is a key focus for OHCHR­Nepal regional teams, especially for women victims of sexual violence, and those others who may have difficulty accessing the judicial system, such as the many rural Dalit communities.There is a tremendous opportunity for mainstream political parties to demonstrate their commitment to ending discrimination and exclusion by ensuring that candidates in key.The discrimination andexploitation that stand at the roots of widespread poverty must be urgently and seriously addressed. #Humanright #peace #peaceEnvironment #peacedemocracy #peaceprocess #peacekeepingmission #socialTransformation #civilsociety #sustainableManner #Abuse #poverty #violence #conflict #Discrimination #
Publisher: UNOHCHR Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS,CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS, ACADEMIC FREEDOM, EDUCATION, BASIC NEEDS, CHILD NEEDS, FOOD REQUIREMENTS, BASIC SERVICES, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, HUMAN SECURITY, POVERTY, RIGHT TO DRINKING WATER, shelter, clothing, public services, health care, PROTECTION, CULTURE, WOMEN'S RIGHTS,PEACE,RIGHT TO PEACE
Thematic Group:
UNOHCHR , (2007)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
PDF | File Size: 78 KB   Download
Feeder: KRISTUKRISTINA@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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