Nepal TJ Bill protects perpetrators, shortchanges survivors

Amendment to the Transitional Justice Bill not on par with domestic and international laws, say human rights groups

Nepal’s Transitional Justice and the West’s recalibration

Global geopolitical changes and the rise of China means the West has gone cold on transitional justice and its humanitarian agenda

Nepali activists write to UN Secretary-General

Nepali human rights activists and survivors of the 1996-2006 Maoist insurgency have written to United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres alerting him to...

Forgetting to remember

Eighteen years after the end of Nepal's Maoist conflict, and eight years after the Supreme Court ruled that a law on transitional...

Sahina Shrestha

Transitional injustice in Nepal

Collusion in the coalition to deny justice to Nepal’s conflict victims and let off perpetrators

No closure after Nepal’s insurgency

Sixteen years after the conflict ended, families still struggle for transitional justice

Vignettes from war

Two women on opposite sides of Nepal's Maoist insurgency draw on memories of conflict

Pratibha Tuladhar

Nepal’s unpunished war crimes

My father Muktinath Adhikari was a science and math teacher at the Panini Sanskrit Secondary School in Duradanda in Lamjung district. I...

Nepal Speaker’s IPU trip slammed

A network of 24 civil society groups have demanded that the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) withdraw its invitation to House Speaker Agni Sapkota to attend...

Toothless Commissions

The headlines for the past month have all been about the Supreme Court, and whether or not Chief Justice Cholendra SJB Rana...

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