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Khil Raj Regmi must go to the UN General Assembly with a bold new vision of development that is people-centred and pro-poor

Transitional Justice from Women’s Perspective

National Alliance of Women Human Rights Defenders (NAWHRD) and Women’s Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) Nepal invites you in the National Consultation on “Transitional Justice from Women’s Perspective” to advocate for women friendly transitional justice mechanism.
This consultation will be conducted to highlight the issues on “What is justice for women in today’s context?”
The consultation intends to draft a module addressing transitional justice issues from women’s perspective  

End modern day slavery!

Author: Dr. Renu Rajbhandari

Many female migrants live their lives within closed doors day in, day out, many with bruises on their bodies. Some even get murdered but these killings are marked as suicides by forensic doctors

Holistic Approaches to Realizing Women’s Rights; Ensuring Justice, Ensuring Rights: From victimhood to agency

Holistic Approaches to Realizing Women’s Rights 

Ensuring Justice, Ensuring Rights: From victimhood to agency

National conference on violence against women

January 6th-7th

Makwanpur, Hetauda, Nepal

Statement of Dr. Massouda Jalal on the Assassination of the Acting Director of Department of Women’s Affairs in Laghman Provinc

 


JALAL FOUNDATION 


An Afghan Women-led, Women-focused Organization

Statement of Dr. Massouda Jalal on the Assassination of  the Acting Director of Department of Women’s Affairs in Laghman Provinc

Women on the move

Author: Renu Rajbhandari, Namita Nepal
DEC 12 - Nearly 50 percent of all migrants are women. While previously women often migrated as “dependents”, they are now increasingly migrating as individuals. An increasing number of cases have pointed to the potential for female migrant workers to improve the living standard of their families. Based on research conducted by the Women’s Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC), migration can lead to high income levels and decreased discrimination and gender-based violence.

FACTS on VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN NEPAL

“Any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life.”1

Violence against Women is disturbingly, a growing trend in Nepal. The scope and extent of violence against women are reflections of the degree and persistence of discrimination that women have been continuously facing.

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