Annual Review for Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2022
The annual review meeting for the editing of the incidents of human rights violations and abuses collected in Karnali Province for the Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2022 has been successfully completed on January 4, 2022, in Surkhet.
INSEC Karnali Provincial Office Coordinator Narayan Subedi said that the annual editorial meeting was organized on January 3 and 4 by the INSEC Karnali Province Office to edit the details of the incidents recorded by the representatives of all the ten districts of the province.
Govinda Tripathi, Editor of the Human Rights Year Book and Ramesh Prasad Timalsina, Editor of INSEC Online suggested that the missing data on the incidents documented by the district representatives and necessary details of the incident should be verified.
He urged to revise the incidents documented for the publication of the yearbook so that it can be helpful to amend policy and lobby for justice for the victims.
The district representatives present at the meeting said that the rate of violations and abuses in the district has decreased as compared to the past and informed about the human rights situation.
According to district representatives, more than 450 incidents were recorded in Karnali in 2021.
Purna Bahadur Khadka
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