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UN Nepal UPR Review calls for effective implementation of Caste-Based Discrimination law
(Geneva, November 5, 2015) – United Nations member states yesterday urged Nepal to ensure the rights and equality of Dalits. Seventeen member states raised their concerns and recommendations on caste equality discrimination at the United Nations Periodic Review (UPR) of Nepal.
Sob urges to amendment the new constitution
Kathmandu, Sep 25, The Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO) has welcomed the endorsement of Nepal's new Constitution and said that the constitution made by the people's representatives is democratic and respect human rights.
Nine-Point Demand of Dalit Movement
Dalit-rights activities continued their protest throughout the country with the participation of the United Political Dalit Struggle Committee, Dalits Lawmaker's Coordination Forum, Dalits Civil Society Organizations and rights activists. They have already submitted 9 points demand to the CA Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee, and different political parties against the
Radio Sets has distributed to Vulnerable Women Earthquake Survivors
Sindupalchowk, 13 September, 2015, Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO) team has reached to Sindupalchowk to distribute 297 pieces of FM radio, which was provided by UN Women Nepal. The first phase of radio distribution has completed in close collaboration with FEDO Sindhupalchowk district chapter on the date of 13 September 2015.
FEDO made me as a community leader: Mata Okheda
Mata Okheda live in Routelibitwa VDC-9 , Kanchanpur District. She was born in 2026. she was educated though the adult literacy class, able to read and write.
An activist on parental role
Kalpana B.K. was born in 2046 in Kailali, she is reading in Bachelor's degree in Kailali. She has 1 son, 1 Daughter among her 8 members of family. Her husband is a business man.
Emerging Activist of Dalit in the Community
Lalita B.K was born in 2042 in Doti, she has completed her School leaving certificate (SLC) in 2060 B.S. she has 2 son, 3 Daughter among her 11 members of family. Her husband teaching as a teacher in the Primary school.
FEDO encouraged me leadership for Dalit Women: Yasoda Darnal
Yasoda Darnal was born on 2044 in Pokhara, Kaski in a good economic family. As her father occupation was tailoring. Due to patriotically thinking she studied till class five and got married.
FEDO is a national level Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded in 1994 to establish the rights of Dalit women by organizing and empowering them for their mainstreaming into national development. [+ read more]
- Global fund for Women
- International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR)
- European Union (EU)
- Womankind Worldwide
- WaterAid Nepal
- Open Society Foundation (OSF)
- World Bank/CECI
- Australian Embassy
- DanChurch Aid (DCA)