Impunity in Nepal

By Binod Bhattarai with Shiva Gaunle, Bimal Prasad Dhakal, Ganga B.C. and Tula Narayan Shah

This is the third study in a series on impunity in Nepal supported by The Asia Foundation after two previous attempts in 1999 and 2005. The report examines incidents of violence during Nepal’s decade-long conflict that have become ’emblems’ of the country’s poor human rights record. It also reports on some of the post-conflict excesses and what little has been done to establish guilt and punish the culprits.

Posted November 29, 2010
Related locations: Nepal
Related programs: Conflict and Fragile Conditions

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