1 edition of From conflict to peace in Nepal found in the catalog.
From conflict to peace in Nepal
by Asian Study Center for Peace & Conflict Transformation in Kathmandu
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Izumi Wakugawa, Prawash Gautam, Anil Shrestha|
|Contributions||Asian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Transformation|
|LC Classifications||KPK171 A2 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||2011409718|
branch of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist − CPN-M, later UCPN-M) launched the “People’s War” against Nepal’s feudal monarchy and multiparty democracy. The conflict intensified from onwards, and peace negotiations failed in and In early , seven main political parties and the Maoists came together in a “people’s. The purpose of this study is to offer an analysis of the armed conflict and peace process Nepal is going through from a gender perspective, analysing this situation from a .
This book demonstrates that gender is a key component of conflict and peace discourse. The marginalization of women in conflict and peace is all pervasive. Kashmir is a mirror image of this global scenario. Kashmiri women aided the militant movement in significant ways though they did not take part in direct by: 3. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CAUSES OF CONFLICT IN NEPAL Abstract With the end of cold war, the nature and consequences of conflict changed significantly. Today there is conflict more between the people of a country than between countries. Thus, the reasons of conflict are changing with the lapse of by: 8.
The program in Nepal consists of a multi-pronged approach, working with various sectors who are key to the peace process, combining media and communications with community peace building work. 2. Community Radio Support Center, NEFEJ In BS after a long struggle, Nepal Forum for Environmental Journalistswas able to operate. Community-based organizations in Nepal have an adequate capacity to transform the conflict into a peace process at the grassroots’ level through inclusive : Keshav Kumar Acharya.
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The armed conflict claimed the lives of 17, people and displaced an estimatedmore. The conflict was ended in when the democratic political parties and the Maoist’s brought about the end of a year old monarchy and established a republic in Nepal.
The thoroughly updated Fourth Edition of the gold standard text explores historical and current topics in today’s rapidly changing world to provide a comprehensive introduction to peace and conflict studies. Authors David P. Barash and Charles P.
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Conflict, human rights & peace: challenges before Nepal. [Bipin Adhikari; Rishikesh Shaha; National Human Rights Commission (Nepal);] -- On the ensuing human rights situation in the context of Maoist activities in Nepal. Between andan internal conflict between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN (Maoist)) left at le people dead and 1, missing.
By signing the Comprehensive Peace Accord on 21 Novemberthe Government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist. Read "Armed Conflict and Peace Process in Nepal % Pure Adrenaline" by Bishnu Raj Upreti available from Rakuten Kobo. Nepal is a confusing state at the crossroad, which can either take a path of more peaceful, democratic modern Nepal or t Brand: Adroit Publishers.
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Conflict and peace in South Asia connect with a diverse array of factors, ranging from poverty, nuclear proliferation, heavy military expenditure at the expense of development and social goods, militancy, insurgency, illegal migration, environmental degradation, resource depletion, child labor, gender discrimination, and so on.
The first study to provide empirical evidence on the relationship between armed conflict and social transformation from gender’s perspectives, this book is a major contribution to the field of transitional justice and peacebuilding in post-armed-conflict : Punam Yadav.
An important feature of the book is that the article not only provide an analytical overview of the situation of human rights and conflict in Nepal, but also draw upon the experiences and lessons from conflicts around the world.
General. AlertNet: Nepal Peace Navigate through the extensive categorised sections for a comprehensive overview of Nepal. Includes timelines, statistics and a ‘who works where’ database of local and international NGOs. Amnesty Nepal News, reports, and publications on the Nepalese conflict, in English and Nepali.
BBC Country Profile: Nepal An insightful overview of. This book sheds new light on the important but diverse roles of women in the civil war in Nepal (), and the post-conflict reconstruction period (). Engaging critically with the women, peace and security literature, Women, Peace and.
Book Description. An authoritative source of information on violent conflicts and peacebuilding processes around the world, Peace and Conflict is an annual publication of the University of Maryland’s Center for International Development and Conflict Management and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva).
The contents of the edition. Peace and conflict studies is a social science field that identifies and analyzes violent and nonviolent behaviours as well as the structural mechanisms attending conflicts (including social conflicts), with a view towards understanding those processes which lead to a more desirable human condition.
A variation on this, peace studies (irenology), is an interdisciplinary effort. Armed Conflict.” International Peace Academy, Program on Economic Agendas in Civil Wars, Octoberp.
7 2 Johan Galtung. “Transformation of Conflict in Nepal: A Human Rights Perspective.” In Bipin Adhikari ed., Conflict, Human Rights & Peace Challenges Before Nepal. About the Book. Edit Reflections from a seasoned peacebuilder on a decade engagement with nonviolent social change in Nepal as the country navigated war and peace.
Lederach, well known for his practical and theoretical contributions to the fields of peace studies and conflict transformation, opens up toward a personal exploration of his. Nepal’s peace process has moved into a phase of definitive progress.
More than five years after the ceasefire, the parties have reached a deal on the Maoist fighters, who will leave the cantonments and enter the army or civilian life. An unofficial deal sets out power-sharing arrangements until the next election.
The context of the peace talks 10 Nepal’s conflict and human rights 10 Failed peace talks in and 11 Negotiating justice in Nepal’s peace process: – 13 Making way for peace: A framework agreement, and the “people’s movement” 13 Progress in the peace talks in 14 International support and assistance 8 Armed Conflict and Peace Process in Nepal confrontation between progressive forces who want to change Nepal as an inclusive, modern democratic nation and regressive forces who want to obstruct state restructuring process and progressive change.
At the end, progressive force will prevail and this country will emerge as modern democratic country.
From Conflict to Peace in Nepal: Peace Agreements This book is a witness of historical events and facts in the first fiveyears of Nepal’s peace process between and Some ofthe documents in this book are legal documents such as theComprehensive Peace Accord (CPA), being an annex to the InterimConstitution of Nepal CPDS Peace Studies: 3: CPDS Social and Cultural Dimensions of Conflict and Peace: 3: CPDS Gender, Conflict and Development: 3: CPDS Studies in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: 3: CPDS Research Practicum, Fieldwork and Report Writing: 4: Total credit hours:.
This comprehensive peace agreement seeks to end the conflict between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). It comprises a ceasefire including the management of arms and armies of both the national army and the Moist group by the United Nations. It calls for political, economic and social change in the country and.The peace process and stalled constitution writing exercise, in particular the debate about federalism, have expanded Nepal’s political matrix.
Identity politics is a mainstream phenomenon and new ethnic-based and regional political forces are coalescing.Get this from a library! Ideas in conflict: the effect of frames in the Nepal conflict and peace process. [Emma Björnehed].