As a reflection of the high priority placed on the promotion and protection of human rights of mentally disabled persons, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of Nepal has included it in its Strategic Plan 2015-20. In this regard, the NHRC Strategy Plan Support Project (SPSP)—supported by UNDP and the governments of Denmark and Switzerland—has undertaken a number of initiatives, including awareness and advocacy drives, as well as pilot programmes focusing on monitoring, outreach and the promotion of rights of persons with mental disabilities.
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The Monitoring teams of National Human Rights Commission deployed in three districts have drawn the attention of the Government to immediately make an arrangement of shifting the human settlement to safe places to evade the possible landslide due to cracks emerged in land due to the earthquake.
The NHRC monitoring teams deployed in three district have found that the earthquake victims sheltering in accessible places on road side have received the relief materials the most.
The monitoring team led by Commissioner Prakash Osti in field monitoring in Sindhupalchok, Dolakha and Kavrepalanchok has arrived at the conclusion that the victims of massive earthquake haven’t received the relief due to the lack of coordination among the state bodies, political parties and civil society.
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NHRC Comments On TRC related Odinance.
NHRC to Confer ‘Dayaram Pariyar HRs Memorial Award’ on Dr. Shiva Maya and Mr. Baral
Access to Justice e urged for the Victims of Racial Discrimination
Improve the Prison Condition of Solukhombu: NHRC
NHRC Urges Protection of Consumers’ Human Rights and Justice
Bandh Cripples Life across the Country, Sort out Problems through Dialogue
NHRC Monitors the Custodial Death