The former chief justice Sushila Karki said that INSEC is well recognized and established as an organization with human rights campaign.
She praised INSEC and its contribution on Human Rights while speaking at a program on unveiling Human Rights Year Book-2018 in Lalitpur on February 19. She also praised INSEC for its tremendous work in the field of Human Rights during a decade long armed conflict.
She added that it is necessary to give continuity on publication of this book as it works as a “watch Dog” of human rights.
While speaking about the rights to food issue, she stressed on local production of food rather than complaining about not getting food relief from the government.
She further added that women rights situation is deteriorating in the country and women must raise awareness among themselves.
Speaking at the program, INSEC founder chairperson and human rights expert Sushil Pyakurel said that the human rights book directs the society and shows how society should head towards.
INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that he is proud to release Human Rights Year Book every year which is the mile stone for the research workers. He added that the holding of all three levels of election will fulfill the expectation of people towards the stability and prosperity.
Peace and Conflict expert Dr Prakash Bhattarai critically reviewed on human rights year book and said that such book is normally published by the university in other country. He added that this book is very useful for research workers as a reference on human rights situation of the country.
In the program INSEC district representative Sita Ram Adhikari was awarded as the best district representative of the year from Province 3. He was felicitated with letter of appreciation and a cash prize of Rs 7,000.