Challenges and Complexities of Supervision, Integration and Rehabilitation of the Combatants of the Maoist Army
Publish Date :September 24, 2010  

The purpose of integration and rehabilitation of the combatants is to ensure security and stability ....

Give us Jeevajal before constitution
Publish Date :May 21, 2010  

At a time when the attention of the nation has been drawn to ongoing political stalemate, people in Mid and Far Western Regions that are gripped by diarrhea outbreak are requesting the authorities for packets of life-saving Jeevanjal (oral rehydratio....

Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Countries
Publish Date :April 6, 2010  

In general, transitional justice incorporates the issues of promoting justice, ensuring reparation and initiate reconciliation. The process of acknowledging, prosecuting, compensating and forgiving for past crimes after the conflict is commonly descr....

Political commitment and gender equality
Publish Date :July 16, 2009  

The issue of gender equality has been raised strongly following the success of the April movement of 2006. During the period of Panchyat System, the concept women empowerment was limited to the economic and social development. Emphasis was given in p....

Impact of Armed Conflict in Women
Publish Date :June 10, 2009  

The decade long Maoist insurgency concluded formally with the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in November 2006 and Maoists gained the leading role of the government but the wounds of insurgency are yet to be healed. Women, who were the m....

The Second Shift
Publish Date :June 10, 2009  

The very meaning of work in the home has been changed. In earlier times, a woman’s claim to honour was based primarily on her central position in her home. This notion can be traced in ancient Vedic Hindu dharma-shastras that one of the great b....

Innocent civilians continue to be behind the Maoists bar in Republic Nepal
Publish Date :August 10, 2008  

At a time when the whole country is celebrating the selection of first Prime Minister and ministers of the federal democratic republic country, many civilians are compelled to wish them from the labour camps operated by the Maoists in remote areas of....

December 10 and the Human Rights Situation
Publish Date :December 22, 2007  

The country is celebrating the International Human Rights Day (10 December) with much fanfare but the plights of the conflict-hit people are yet to be heard. Despite the hope of the people that the country will move towards peace and stability follow....

Justice in Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Role Media to Play
Publish Date :May 11, 2007  

Communication has been described as the mechanism through which human relations develop all the symbols of the mind. The Media are “the institutions and forms in which ideas, information and attitudes are transmitted and received.” The me....