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YOUTH INVOLVEMENT IN THE PEACEFUL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF NEPAL
Abstract:
The Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed in 2006 after a decade-long conflict, the effects were far reaching and devastating. Women became widows,children lost their parents, many lost their property and jobs, schools were closed. Youths suffered considerably during the conflict. “Young Nepalese were co-opted, manipulated or forced into political rallies, strikes or military violence. As a result, many are victims who suffered direct violence and lost the opportunity to attend school or vocational training”1. However, since the end of the conflict, Nepal has successfully held Constituent Assembly elections in 2008 and 2013, and the integration and rehabilitation of the Maoist army was completed in April 2014. Most recently in September 2015, a new Constitution was promulgated. Whilst Nepal has made significant progress, this does not mean they are out of the transition to peace. #UN # #Youth #UNPFN #SustainableDevelopment #PeaceBuilding #SDGs
Publisher: UNPFN Type / Script:
Others  in  English
Keywords:
YOUTH, YOUTH POLICY, BOYS, GIRLS, YOUNG WORKERS, YOUTH EMPLOYMENT, EMPLOYMENT, GENDER, GENDER RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Thematic Group:
UN, (2017)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: KRISTUKRISTINA@GMAIL COM, Editor: MALIKA THAPA, Auditor:
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YOUTH INVOLVEMENT IN THE PEACEFUL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF NEPAL
Abstract:
The Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed in 2006 after a decade-long conflict, the effects were far reaching and devastating. Women became widows, children lost their parents, many lost their property and jobs, schools were closed. Youths suffered considerably during the conflict. “Young Nepalese were co-opted, manipulated or forced into political rallies, strikes or military violence. As a result, many are victims who suffered direct violence and lost the opportunity to attend school or vocational training”1. However, since the end of the conflict, Nepal has successfully held Constituent Assembly elections in 2008 and 2013, and the integration and rehabilitation of the Maoist army was completed in April 2014. Most recently in September 2015, a new Constitution was promulgated. Whilst Nepal has made significant progress, this does not mean they are out of the transition to peace. #UN # #YOUTH #UNPFN #SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT #PEACEBUILDING #SDGs
Publisher: UNPFN Type / Script:
Others  in  English
Keywords:
YOUTH, YOUTH POLICY, BOYS, GIRLS, YOUNG WORKERS, YOUTH EMPLOYMENT, EMPLOYMENT, GENDER, GENDER RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Thematic Group:
UN, (2017)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 3.59 MB   Download
Feeder: KRISTUKRISTINA@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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