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(New York) – South Asian governments should disregard populist death penalty rhetoric and listen to their own experts to prevent and end sexual violence against women, Human Rights Watch said in a video released today. Experts on sexual violence from …
Summary It has been 14 years since the armed conflict between Maoist insurgents and government forces ended in Nepal. Tens of thousands became victims of enforced disappearances, torture, rape, and unlawful killings in the decade of fighting between…

Positive Legal Move from Government Is a Win for Campaigners, But More Can Be Done

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A woman holds a placard during a demonstration on International Women's Day to protest against inequality and sexual violence, March 8, 2020.

Human Rights Review Should Address Broken Commitments, Impunity

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Unlimited Surveillance Powers Are Among a Series of Attacks on Freedoms

Click to expand Image Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli attends this year's…
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli attends this year's fiscal policy and programs during complete nationwide lockdown at federal parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal on Friday, May 15, 2020.