Despite Good Intentions: A Reflection on Minority Rights in Nepal (2017) is an analytical report that covers minority rights in international systems, assessments of minority rights in Nepalese constitutions and national policy planning as well as the realization of social inclusion in state and non-state entities in Nepal.
National Census 2011 Citizen Observation Report(2012) is a report based on the findings from desk review, field observation, rapid assessment and feedbacks collected from stakeholders during the field enumeration of National Housing and Population Census on June 2011. The report consisted of the reviews i) of process and procedure of Census 2011, ii) of institutional mechanism, policy documents, census activities, operational manuals, iii) processing of quantitative data, and iv) processing of qualitative data (synthesizing).
Advocacy for Minority Rights in Nepalese Federalism: A Guide for Local NGOs(2017) aims at helping the local NGOs to plan and organise effective advocacy campaigns to protect and promote the rights of persons belonging to minority groups. The Guide provides the basics of the federal system in Nepal, introduction of minority groups and rights, and how to organise advocacy campaigns.
UN Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement (2006) address the specific needs of internally displaced persons worldwide. They identify rights and protection and assistance during displacement as well as during return or resettlement and reintegration.
Training Manual on Human Rights Education in School (2006) manual contains descriptions of current methods and techniques used in human rights education and also looks at the special role of the teacher, who is an important element of civil society and holds a significant role in implementing and protecting human rights.
The Women of Terai in Peace Process; Action Plan (2007) is an action plan to identify, facilitate and promote the role of east and mid Terai districts's women in peace process. The action plan has identified four key areas of focus; women in development, women in media, women and human rights and women and administration/security. The action plan has prepared under the framework of UN SCR 1325.
Summarized Report of International Symposium on Ethnicity & Federalization(2011) is a brief of papers presented by 12 international and 13 national experts during a 4-day symposium on Ethnicity and Federalization held on April, 2011. This report comprises of papers, discussion during the symposium and conclusion.
State Restructuring for All(2012)is a report based on five regional workshops on State Restructuring and Minority Rights organized during January 2012. The report consists of opinion of people from various walks of life including minorities about naming, delineation of federal units, schedule of powers, economic interrelationship and protection of minority rights in federal settings.
State Restructuring & Minority Groups(2011) is a training manual in Nepali prepared to improve skills and knowledge of minority activists on minority rights, inclusion of minority rights provisions in the course of state restructuring and advocacy for minority rights protection in transition to federalism.
Poster on Proportional Representation of Womenis a set of messages to raise awareness about the significant role of women in peace process.
Nepalese Minority Groups; Struggle for Identity & Representation(2010) is an attempt to going deep and exploring the status of minorities, the challenges they’ve been facing and suggesting appropriate recommendations. The analytical paper reflects the dynamics of exclusion and marginalization of minority groups in Nepal.
Minority Rights and Advocacy Skills(2009) is a training manual that is aimed at equipping minority rights activists with necessary information on definitions, political participation, constitutional provisions to promote minority rights, alliance building and advocacy skills.
Mainstreaming Gender Equality & Social Inclusion in Development Project(2009) is a strategy paper focused at ‘know how’, ‘do how’ and ‘show how’ of mainstreaming Gender Equality and Social Inclusion approaches at the program and organizational level.
Issue of Minorities in New Nepali Constitution(2010)is a collection of common issues of minority groups; women, Dalits, Madheshi, religious and linguistic minorities from 19 Terai district to be incorporated in New Nepali Constitution. It also consists of feedback on the preliminary draft of Minority & Marginalized Rights Protection Committee of the Constituent Assembly in Nepal.
Hamaro Sunu(2008)is a collection of radio soap aimed at raising awareness of the rural population and taking participation in peace process and constituent assembly focused activities in Nepal.
It has got 16 episodes ranging from human rights provision in the Interim Constitution to issues of social inclusion.
Issues of Madhesh (2007) is a collection of voices of non-political Madhesi leaders of the seven southern Tarai district of Nepal; Siraha, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Rauthat, Bara and Parsa. It highlights the social, political, economic and cultural issues of Madhesh.
Human Rights Sensitive Reconstruction in Post-Disaster Environment (2015) is an informative booklet that provides guidelines on ensuring human rights sensitivities while engaging in post-disaster reconstruction efforts. It highlights the broader human rights framework in disaster management and different phases of reconstruction works.
Gender Based Violence Assessment in Dhanusha (2008) is an assessment report attempted to identify and assess the situation of gender-based violence and recommend appropriate and culture sensitive strategies to mitigate the violence. The report provides a glimpse of the GBV in Terai communities and also sketches very critical dimension of discrimination existed in rural areas of Terai distirct; Dhanusha.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Minority Rights (2012) is a collection of common information related to definition of minority, distinction between minority and indigenous people, scopes of minority rights protection, minority rights under international human rights law and Declaration of Minority Rights (UNDM), 1992. In Nepali language.
Child-friendly Teaching in Post-conflict Setting(2008)is a training resource book aimed at capacitating the school teachers and management committee members of the rural schools in the conflict affected areas. It includes range of methods and approaches ranging from class room management to peer learning for transforming school from a traditional setting into a open and inclusive learning environment.