Human Rights Year Book 2017 made public in Kaski
Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) regional office of Pokhara has made public of Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2017 on February 18. NHRC member Govinda Sharma Paudel, in a program, publicized a year book.
Speaking at the program, Sharma praised INSEC for its contribution in human rights and social justice.
He added that the book should have an easy access to the schools in remote level and citizens. He said that the incidents of human rights violations are increasing due to the political instability. He recomended INSEC to include issues of ESC rights with priority in future publication.
CDO Hari Prasad Mainali praised INSEC for its contribution in attempt to end impunity in coordination with government.
INSEC has been publishing Nepal Human Rights Year Book since 1992 and this is its 25th silver jubilee edition.
In a program, INSEC district representative Srijana Panta bagged an award of best representative along with cash and letter of felicitation .
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