The main objective of this study is to examine critically what progress Nepal has done in the major human rights conventions and how they are being domesticated.
The present situation of the Least Developed Countries is alarming and inhumane as the majority of the peoples are still deprived of even the bare necessities of life.
Representatives of founder member organizations of HR Alliance, prominent human rights activists, civil society leaders, representatives of development partners, Central Committee Members of HR Alliance, among others, were present during the occasion.
Jagaran Nepal, an organization working for women rights, peace & governance, and its implementing partner Himalayan Conservation and Development Association (HCDA) Humla jointly organized the launching of 'Electoral Education for Democratic Governance (EEDG) project among central level stakeholders on 29th June 2012 at SAP-Falcha Babarmahal, Kathmandu.
The project is funded by the European Union (EU). The target groups are Dalits, Women, Janajatis as well as potential political leaders at the local level. The project is being implemented in 134 VDCs in the five districts of Karnali for a period of three years.