3 edition of Conflict in Nepal found in the catalog.
Conflict in Nepal
|LC Classifications||DS495.6 .P457 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2007388443|
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The first study to provide empirical evidence on the relationship between armed conflict and social transformation from gender’s perspectives, this book is a major contribution to the field of transitional justice and peacebuilding in post-armed-conflict : Punam Yadav.
This book analyzes the rapid rise in ethnic and nationalist mobilization and conflict sincethe dynamics and trajectories of these movements, and their consequences for Nepal. From an interdisciplinary perspective, the book looks at the roots of mobilization and conflicts, the reasons for the increase in mobilization and violent activities, and the political and social Format: Hardcover.
One of the first studies on the subject, the book highlights how conflict and education are intrinsically linked in Nepal. It illustrates how schools became the centre of attention between warring groups and how they were used for political meetings and recruitment of fighters during the political transitions in a contested terrain in South Asia.
Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Nepal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Identity movements, based on ethnicity, caste, la 5/5. The most exciting essays in the book are the ones dealing with a Khampa raid from Tsum Valley on the Chinese army and a Chinese raid on a Nepali police unit in Mustang, the fate of Nepali soldiers in the Indian Army taken prisoner by the Chinese, and an account of the battles of Khara and Pili in western Nepal during the Maoist conflict.
Through extensive interviews with women in post-conflict Nepal, this book analyses the intended and unintended impacts of conflict and traces the transformations in women’s understandings of themselves and their positions in public life.
Chapter 1 Post-conflict state building: Issues and challenges. Kailash Nath Pyakuryal, Safal GhimireChapter 2 Conceptual framework for post-conflict state building.
Bishnu Raj UpretiChapter 3 Private sector and post-conflict state building. Sagar Raj SharmaChapter 4 Addressing poverty and promoting good governance: Community forestry in post-conflict Nepal.
Land politics and conflict in Nepal: realities and potentials for agrarian transformation. The armed conflict claimed the lives of 17, people and displaced an estimatedmore. The conflict was ended in when the democratic political parties and the Maoist’s brought about the end of a year old monarchy and established a republic in Nepal.
to armed conflict existed in Nepal, and warned of the possibility of a radical movement rising up to channel longstanding grievances. 3 In March the newly named Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (“CPN (Maoist)”) 4 began to draw up plans to launch an armed struggle, the so-called “People’s War”, against theFile Size: KB.
The book also discusses how the Maoist insurgency had empowering effects on women. The first study to provide empirical evidence on the relationship between armed conflict and social transformation from gender’s perspectives, this book is a major contribution to the field of transitional justice and peacebuilding in post-armed-conflict by: This book analyzes the rapid rise in ethnic and nationalist mobilization and conflict sincethe dynamics and trajectories of these movements, and their consequences for Nepal.
From an interdisciplinary perspective, the book looks at the roots of mobilization and conflicts, the reasons for the increase in mobilization and violent. The Nepal Conflict Report documents and analyses the major categories of conflict-related violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law that took place in Nepal from February to 21 November Poverty, social divisions, and conflict in Nepal.
[Quý Toàn Đỗ] -- The authors conduct an econometric analysis of the economic and social factors which contributed to the spread of violent conflict in Nepal. The Nepalese Civil War (also known as the Maoist Conflict (Nepali: माओवादी जनयुद्ध; IAST: māovādī janayuddha), the Maoist Insurgency or the Maoist Revolution) was a civil war in Nepal fought between the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN-M) and the government of Nepal from to The insurgency period is known as the Maovadi dwandakaal (Nepali Location: Nepal.
This book analyzes the rapid rise in ethnic and nationalist mobilization and conflict sincethe dynamics and trajectories of these movements, and their consequences for Nepal.
From an interdisciplinary perspective, the book looks at the roots of mobilization and conflicts, the reasons for the increase in mobilization and violent activities, and the political and social effects of the Brand: Taylor And Francis. The book is about an American guy Matt who loved a Nepali woman Shushila.
He goes to medical school, then comes back to look for his love and volunteers in hospital of Nepal. It is also about a Nepali girl who went through tough time in a relationship. It depicts war between maoist and governmental army of Nepal so clearly. Identity movements, based on ethnicity, caste, language, religion and regional identity, have become increasingly significant in Nepal, reshaping debates on the definition of the nation, nationalism and the structure of the state.
This book analyzes the rapid rise in ethnic and nationalist mobilization and conflict sincethe dynamics and trajectories of these. A Case Study on Human-Wildlife Conflict in Nepal (With particular reference to Human-Elephant Conflict in Eastern and Western Terai regions) Submitted To Species Program WWF International Submitted By WWF Nepal 1 1 Report has been prepared By Dr Rinjin Shrestha, PhD.
1 December 2File Size: KB. Few properly analyze Nepal’s overall scenario in that particular respect. At a time when books on Nepal’s state of conflict and democratic movement are being written by Nepalese as well as foreign writers, readers continue to find confusing facts and contradictory statements in their interpretation of the political events.
Land issues have always remained as one of the contentious issues in Nepal. Land conflicts in the country have multiple dimensions and most common form of land conflicts include inheritance conflicts among family members, boundary conflicts between neighbours, conflict between landless people and government authorities or local communities, and conflict.
Amnesty Nepal News, reports, and publications on the Nepalese conflict, in English and Nepali. BBC Country Profile: Nepal An insightful overview of the political, social and economic landscape. Center of Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance News reports on Asia-Pacific countries from the last 7 days.
The book aims to explain the dynamics and growth of the violent decade-long insurgency, led by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), which started in from rural districts in Nepal. Various aspects of the rebellion are explored in an attempt to provide a diverse picture of the nature of the insurgency, its modus operandi, and success in Author: Chandan Sapkota.
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What is the book about. The Sacrament of the Goddess is a novel set in a mission hospital in Western Nepal as. The Anglo-Nepalese War (1 November – 4 March ), also known as the Gurkha War, was fought between the Kingdom of Gorkha (present-day Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal) and the East India Company (EIC, present-day India).
Both sides had ambitious expansion plans for the mountainous north of the Indian subcontinent. The EIC won.
The war ended with the Location: Kingdom of Gorkha. opinions in the form of book entitled ‘Armed Conflict and Peace Process in Nepal: The Maoist Insurgency, Past Negotiations and Opportunities for Conflict transformation’. The contents of this book are the reflections of my engagement in research, studies and teaching in conflict related subjects for more than nine years.
My engagementFile Size: 1MB. Liberal Democracy Nepal Bulletin, Vol. 1, No. 1, India, Nepal and the Maoist Conflict: A Nepalese Perspective. Surya Subedi, Ph.D.
* While events in Nepal are troublesome and a kind of diplomatic disaster for India, India would benefit from a peaceful Nepal and suffers costs from having a poor and conflict-ridden neighbour. India. This book analyzes the rapid rise in ethnic and nationalist mobilization and conflict sincethe dynamics and trajectories of these movements, and their consequences for Nepal.
From an interdisciplinary perspective, the book looks at the roots of mobilization and conflicts, the reasons for the increase in mobilization and violent Author: Mahendra Lawoti. Cost of armed conflict in Nepal.
Kathmandu: Nepal Foundation for Advanced Studies in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nepal, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ananda P Shrestha; Hari Uprety; Nepal Foundation for Advanced Studies.; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Nepal).
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created huge social tens ion in Nepal and is one of th e major sources of armed conflict. It also led to armed conflict in the m ost food insecure far western d istricts of Nepal in AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CAUSES OF CONFLICT IN NEPAL Abstract With the end of cold war, the nature and consequences of conflict changed significantly.
Today there is conflict more between the people of a country than between countries. Thus, the reasons of conflict are changing with the lapse of by: 8. This article focuses on the impact on schools and schooling of the ten-year ‘People’s War’ in Nepal between and It draws on research conducted in schools under a British Council funded Higher Education link 1 from to In particular, we examine the role that education played in creating and sustaining the conflict in Nepal owing to the important role Cited by: The book is a unique attempt by the authors to look at the issues of governance and development through the prism of conflict and political instability overall, the case studies of India, Sri Lanka and Nepal discussed in the book are representative of the development and good governance situation in South Asia.
NEPAL CONFLICT REPORT FOREWORD When the Government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist) signed the Comprehensive Peace Accord inthey committed to ensuring that some of the key tenets of international law would be realised and respected.
These included establishing the truth about the conduct of. Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Nepal cannot be said to provide a full and rounded picture of nationalism and ethnicity in the country today. For that, there would need to have been more consideration of the ethnography of everyday life, of the continuing relevance of Nepali nationalism, of the range of Janajati movements, and of the appeal.
Conflict, Education and People’s War in Nepal. Routledge India. Raj, Yogesh and Pratyoush Onta. The State of History Education and Research in Nepal.
Chautari Book Series Saikia, Arupjyoti. A Century of Protests: Peasant Politics in Assam since New Delhi: Routledge. Saxer, Martin. The people of Nepal have been advocating for accountability for human rights abuses committed during the – conflict, but progress remains slow. ICTJ works with local groups and national political actors in Nepal to help promote truth, justice, and reparations.
For much of the second half of the twentieth century, Nepali politics were. It also explores the transformative performative agency through women's resistance, including the explicit resistance of widows to the white sari in post-conflict Nepal.
The white sari functioned as a symbolic denial of existence in private and public by: 8. Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) in Nepal. The ESP was launched in January when Nepal was facing political instability and conflict. Over the years, DFID Nepal has supported Nepali-generated ideas through ESP-managed projects.
ESP has helped Nepal’s state institutions to address governance challenges andFile Size: 1MB.Nepali words for conflict include भ्कगडा and संघर्ष. Find more Nepali words at !Human-elephant Conflict (HEC) is a significant problem in Nepal, with approximately two-thirds of households being impacted by elephants (Elephas maximus), particularly during the addition to elephant casualties, more than 10% of the households surveyed have had human casualties (injury or death) during the past 5 by: 6.