The Nepal Peace Monitor: Annual Review 2017
The Nepal Peace Monitor: Annual Review 2017 report prepared by the Collective Campaign for Peace, presents data collected by the Nepal Peace Monitoring Project and is an effort to contribute to human rights and peace in Nepal by monitoring conflict and the nature of those occurrences. It provides a comprehensive overview of incidents documented throughout 2017 and analyzes major trends with the objective of improving our understanding of and response to violence and conflict in Nepal. The topics covered in this report are electoral incidents and instances of political contestation, challenges to governance in Nepal, situation of transitional justice in Nepal, and gender equality and violence related to women. The report was launched on June 27, 2018 and has been translated and published in both Nepali and English. It also provides an overview of vital sociodemographic statistics and dynamics of incidents for all seven provinces of Nepal in 2017.
HIGHLIGHTS ACROSS ASIA
The Asia Foundation and APEC Chile Host Panel Discussion on Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age
October 4, 2019
Wall Street Journal Quotes Abdullah Ahmadzai on Afghan Elections
October 1, 2019
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September 25, 2019
The Gender Lab: Engaging Boys to Advance Gender Equality in India
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Friday, September 27, 2019
Mobilizing Changemakers for our Sustainable Future
Meet Akshat Singhal and Sohara Mehroze, two of our 2019 Asia Foundation Development Fellows.