Human Rights Year book is a window for human rights situation: Participants

  April 23, 2019 By: INSEC

Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) Gandaki provincial office has organized an interaction program with various stakeholders of the district on April 22.

A team of INSEC provincial coordinator Shiva Khakurel, political advisor Tron Lovdal of Norwegian Embassy including others have discussed the human rights situation of the district and the effect of Human Rights Year book.

Speaking at the program, participants said that the human rights year book published by INSEC is a key to understand the human rights situation of the country. They said that the book is supporting for policy making in local level and is an indicator for human rights situation.

Chairperson Dil Shirish of FNJ Baglung said that there are incidents of cast-based discrimination in the district and said that people from lower cast are having problem to find even a room for rent.

In the program, political advisor Tron of Norwegian embassy committed to support for INSEC and Human Rights Year Book.

The team had interacted with CDO Bed Prasad Kharel and SP Krishna Hari Sharma of District Police Office.

The team had also discussed with judicial committee of Baglung Municipality and it has said that the committee is ready to move forward jointly with INSEC.

 


Srijana Panta