In solidarity with Sri Lanka’s families of the disappeared – a statement from three continents
TransConflict is pleased to present a joint statement by the Sri Lanka Campaign, the National Network of the Families of the Disappeared and Missing Nepal (NEFAD),... Read More
Local elections: a step for strengthening democracy in Nepal?
The last time local elections took place in Nepal was 20 years ago. But now the path to democracy, and to peace, is being frustrated... Read More
Nepal – the uphill struggle for justice
A year into the Truth Commissions process, changing governments and resistance from top-ranking officials continues to frustrate the path to peace. The question is whether... Read More
What has the past decade meant for peace in Nepal?
TransConflict is pleased to present a new report from Conciliation Resources exploring the peace process in Nepal ten years on from the signing of the... Read More
Nepal’s first democratic constitution sparks mass unrest
In September 2015, Nepal adopted its first democratic constitution. Since then, it has been marked by protests and blockades.
Peace insights for Nepal from Aceh and Sri Lanka
Aceh, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka offer relevant – if tellingly different – windows into the possible trajectories of how disaster and its management can affect political... Read More
Talking peace in Nepal
It is imperative that young people involved in armed groups receive effective rehabilitative support, are given pathways to employment, and are given opportunities for constructive... Read More
When will victims in Nepal get their justice?
Although the government seems committed to forming a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and a Disappearance Commission, their effectiveness depends on the strength and approval... Read More
Inclusive peacebuilding in Nepal – challenges and opportunities
Current peacebuilding programmes in Nepal are not benefiting the people most affected by violence. The main problem is that the critical issue of inclusivity has... Read More