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Forced closure of Amnesty India indicates deterioration of civic space in India: Nepali Civil Society

Nearly 200 civil society members in Nepal voiced their grave concerns regarding the closure of Amnesty International in India. Read the statement:

Forced closure of Amnesty India indicates deterioration of civic space in India: Nepali Civil Society

Nearly 200 civil society members in Nepal voiced their grave concerns regarding the closure of Amnesty International in India. Read the statement:

UN Experts urge Nepal to amend discriminatory Citizenship Bill

The UN Special Procedures mandate holders urged Nepal to amend the discriminatory provisions of Citizenship Act 2006 Amendment Bill.

NEPAL HUMAN RIGHTS WEEKLY ROUNDUP

Weekly Roundup (2-8 July)

Welcome to the weekly update on human rights in Nepal.This week’s roundup mainly covers a follow-up of last round up: – Arrest of...

LITIGATION NEWS

Supreme Court orders not to deprive COVID patients of appearing in the PSC exams

A single bench of Justice Sapana Pradhan Malla issued an interim order to the Public Service Commission not to deprive COVID patients of appearing in its upcoming examinations.

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Human wrongs

Together, we can improve the human rights situation in the country and report progress during the UPR and in other international platforms.

RESOURCES

Amnesty International has launched a free human rights learning app, Amnesty Academy, with a view to equip the next generation of activists.

UN CORRESPONDENCES TO NEPAL GOVT

NEPAL GOVT'S RESPONSE TO UN

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