YB2020_English_CoverThe intent of Comprehensive Peace Accord signed between Nepal Government and the then rebellion Maoists on 21 November 2006 was to manage 10 years of armed struggle by Maoists to an end. Victims of Human Rights Violation during the insurgency were supposed to be provided truth and justice once the accord was signed. But, concerned leadership was not sensitive in this issue. The leadership kept itself centralized instead of the victims. Consequently, even after the passage of 13 years of signing the Peace Accord, victims of insurgency were away from peace and justice.

 

Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgement

Acronyms and Abbreviation

 

Chapters

Chapter 1 Situation of Human Rights in 2019: Overall Assessment

Nepal’s Transitional Justice:

Unforgettable Realities

 

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Chapter 2
State and Human Rights

Chapter 2.1 Judiciary

Chapter 2.2 Executive

Chapter 2.3 Legislature

 

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Chapter 3 Study Report

3.1 Development induced Destruction: A Consequence of Neglect of Environmental Impact Evaluation

3.2 Doms: Most Marginalized among Dalits

3.3 18 Years of Kamaiya “Emancipation”

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ANNEXES
Annex 1 Facts on Human Rights Violations and Abuses in 2019

Things to be Mentioned

1.1 Province 1

1.2 Province 2

1.3 Bagmati Province

1.4 Gandaki Province

1.5 Province 5

1.6 Karnali Province

1.7 Far-Western Province

 

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Annex 2 Statistics of Human Rights Violations in 2019 330
Annex 3 Views of Political Parties on Human Rights Situation in 2019 340
Annex 4 Views of Institutions on Human Rights Situation in 2019 347
Annex 5 Name of Contributors in Course of Preparation of Year Book 2020 354