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ब्लगहरू

महिलाका साझा मुद्धाहरु

लेखक: सरिता भुसाल, ओरेक दाङ

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  

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

International WHRD Day

WOREC Nepal launches its annual 16 days activism with a bang!

Launch of Anbeshi 2069 A year book on Violence Against women: WOREC Nepal launches its annual 16 days activism with a bang! Anbeshi, the first ever reliable data on violence against in Nepal will startle everyone with grim reality, but celebrate women's struggle too.Launch of Anbeshi 2069 A year book on Violence Against women: WOREC Nepal launches its annual 16 days activism with a bang! Anbeshi, the first ever reliable data on violence against in Nepal will startle everyone with grim reality, but celebrate women's struggle too.Anbeshi, the first ever reliable data on violence against in Nepal will startle everyone with grim reality, but celebrate women's struggle too.

Celebrating 16 Days of Activism 2012

Worec Nepal has been working together with nationwide women to end the culture of discrimination since 1991. 16 days of activism is a supplement to the ongoing efforts. As the world celebrates, recognises violence against women as a crime,

Women and Safe Migration

Demand for cheap labour has increased labour migration, a trend that has not been accompanied by universal fortification of migrant workers’ human rights.  There is a need to examine existing frameworks on migration, and to call for programs and policies that: ensure the protection of the rights and enhance the welfare of migrants and their families; by formulating formulation of a comprehensive, rights-based, gender-sensitive regulatory framework is required, anchored in the principles of the UN 1990 MWC, CEDAW, ILO Conventions (97, 143 and 189).

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