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Excerpts of Remarks by Former US Ambassador to Nepal Scott H. DeLisi On the occasion of 52th international Day for elimination of racial discrimination

Exerpts of Ambassador (ret.) Scott H. DeLisi’s Remarks a the Consultation Program of the Global Forum Against Caste Discrimination on ensuring Dalit rights for Democracy, Dignity and Justice On the occasion of 52th international Day for elimination of racial discrimination

Aurora, Colorado, March 18th, 2017

“Thank you for the warm welcome, and thank you to Global Forum Against Caste Discrimination for allowing me to share a few thoughts on the occasion of the 52nd International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

It is my honor to be standing here with colleagues who care about the effort to end caste-based discrimination and racism but, even more, it is an honor to join hands with men and women who care about human dignity and who seek to make a difference in the world in which we live.

As someone who lived in South Asia for years, I saw the reality of caste-based discrimination. I felt compelled, as you do, to make an effort to address this unjust practice; a practice that disregards our common humanity and that violates the fundamental rights of all that are enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

During my years of service in Nepal and elsewhere in South Asia I worked closely with many Dalit leaders and, from them, I learned about the tremendous societal prejudice facing members of their community. Particularly in rural areas, Dalits continue to struggle for equal rights. Dalits in Nepal – and throughout South Asia – are among the poorest members of society and lack the same opportunities – educational, professional, and economic – enjoyed by other citizens.

In some cases grinding poverty forces Dalit women into commercial sex work where they are at risk of disease, violence, and further societal ostracism but what are their options when the survival of their family is at stake.   Dignity vs survival – a stark choice and one that is forced on them by those who refuse to see them as individuals with aspirations, but rather as beings consigned to a lesser status by a caste structure that steals their hope and dreams

The impact of this discrimination is of course devastating to the affected communities but, what people often fail to realize, is that it imposes costs on society as a whole as well. Those who condone or practice discrimination on the basis of caste fail to see that the nation loses a hidden treasure when the skills and intellect of so many citizens go untapped and unrealized. And any nation that fails to care for such a large segment of its population, that rejects their basic humanity and denies them fundamental protection of law and basic respect, has failed in its first duty to its people and is diminished as a society.

Overt and institutionalized discrimination, such as we see when dealing with caste-based discrimination, puts us on a slippery slope and creates a mindset that makes it easier to diminish any group with whom we disagree.   “They are different, they aren’t as pure as us, as smart as us, as deserving as us. ” You’ve seen it. You’ve felt it. And you know it is not right.

These are issues that Americans feel quite strongly about. And we should.   We have our own bitter legacy in American history of institutionalized slavery and overt discrimination. We fought a bloody civil war in the United States to rectify the slavery issue, and we are still fighting today to address discrimination in its many forms. You heard issues discussed throughout the recent presidential campaign about institutionalized racism and today there are debates about “white privilege” that raise troubling reminders of past times.”

“In the past 50 years there has been progress on some of these concerns in Nepal as well. A 1963 revision to the civil code made untouchability illegal and decreed all Nepalis to be equal under the law. And, while I served as Ambassador in Nepal, the parliament passed the Caste-based Discrimination and Untouchability Act in 2011, which went even further and criminalized caste-based discrimination.”

“In Nepal, our Embassy fought for Dalit rights, and we practiced what we preached. Within our Embassy we had long-standing programs to promote ethnic diversity in our hiring practices and to prevent discrimination from occurring. Our hiring policies focused on making sure that the people in the Embassy reflected the rich mix of Nepal’s population. We also had an internship program that brought in interns from disadvantaged communities and backgrounds — not as an act of charity but because we valued the importance of diversity and knew that it would make us stronger, better, and more effective in all we did.”

“That new Nepal has no room for caste-based discrimination, and the youthful partners who will shape that future comprise an audience that you must engage and work with. You need the energy and vision of youth who are willing to be constructive agents of social and political change……….”

Full text of Ambassador DeLisi’s Remarks:

OUR GOAL? A FUTURE FILLED WITH HOPE FOR ALL NEPALIS; REMARKS AT CONFERENCE ON CASTE-BASED DISCRIMINATION

The Global Forum organizes a consultation program on ensuring Dalit Rights, forms its advisory committee

Aurora, Denver, Colorado (USA), March 18-

The Global Forum Against Caste-based Discrimination (Global Forum) successfully organized here today a consultation program, “Global Consultation on Ensuring Dalit Rights for Democracy, Dignity and Justice”. The program was organized on the occasion of 52nd International Day for the Elimination of Racial discrimination.

The chief guest of the program His Excellency Mr Scott DeLiSi, former Ambassador of USA to Nepal explained the provisions of Nepal Government to empower the Dalit community of Nepal. He provided the solidarity to global initiation which is taken by the Global Forum. Special Guest Dr. Man Biswokarma, Joint Secretary, Government of Nepal presented the social status of Nepal. He emphasized, without sensitization of society, it is not possible to achieve democracy and justice. Therefore, ensuring democracy, dignity and justice would in turn ensure the Rights of Dalit community. Padam Biswokarma, International President of International Nepali Literary Society (INLS) presented that the Caste discrimination follow Nepali community everywhere, and we have to advocate against caste discrimination. Dr. Ramesh Sunar also presented that Dalit would be unified to eliminate the casted based discrimination.  Other guests, Binod Tripathi, President of Rocky Moutain Friends of Nepal, Jagat Shrestha, President, Overseas Forum of Nepal,  Krishna Murali Dhungel, President, INLS, Colorado, Hari Shrestha, General Secretary, Shankuwasabha Samaj, Som Baral, President, Global Bhutani Community, Chandra Man Gurung, President Ta Mu Dhi, Colorado,  artist Nabraj Shrestha, Journalist Sailesh Pokhrel, Birat Nepal, Bikal Parajuli also  expressed their views regarding the elimination of caste-based discrimination. Inauguration program was chaired by Tirtha Biswokarma, President of Global Forum, and was conducted by Amrit Biswokarma. Arjun Bagale welcomed the gathering and highlighted the objective of the program in the beginning.

In the second session of the program, speaking remotely from Canada, Dr. Drona Rasali, Nepaldalitinfo International Network Moderator presented a concept on the role of Nepali Diaspora community in the elimination of caste-based discrimination. Dr. Man Biswokarma presented approaches to enhance the reach of Dalit in government policy making and implementation level. On the occasion, His Excellency Dr Arjun Karki, Ambassador of Nepal to the USA addressed the gathering through a video clip, highlighting the programs of Government of Nepal for Dalit rights.

After the consultation program, the Global Forum has organized its 2nd Council meeting, which reformed its Advisory Committee including Scott DeLiSi, Dr. Man Biswokarma, Dr Ramesh Biswakarma, Dr. Drona Rasali, Dharam Biswakarma, Dr. Bishnu Maya Pariyar and Dr. Mitra Pariyar as its advisors.

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The Global Forum Against Caste-based Discrimination (Global  Forum)

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Excerpts of Remarks by Former US Ambassador to Nepal Scott H. DeLisi On the occasion of 52th international Day for elimination of racial discrimination

Speech of Dr. Drona Rasali deliberated remotely at the Global Forum event in Denver, Colorado, the USA: Global Consultation on Ensuring Dalit Right for Democracy, Dignity and Justice.

Distinguished guests, President and all members of the Global Forum, Organizing Committee, Ladies and Gentlemen,

With my due apology for my inability to be there in person, I thank you so much for this opportunity to speak remotely from Canada to your august gathering in Denver today to observe the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

On remembering Sharpeville incident at this cherished event, I would like to bring solidarity to this cause, from Nepaldalitinfo, an international information resources network that has been supporting Dalit movement to eliminate caste discrimination in Nepal since its inception in 2003.

The commemorative event we are observing today is still so imperative to keep the momentum going for our just cause. The incidents of caste discrimination are still rampant on everyday basis. The horrifying incident that happened last December in a village, Kavre District of Nepal, where Laxmi Pariyar, 32, died in result of extreme form of Dalit atrocities meted by a school teacher in a broad day light, with her 10-year old son witnessing and begging a mercy for his mother will not be forgotten.

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We do remember Rohith Vemula of Hyderabad University in India who was forced to commit suicide for his struggle and fight against discrimination little over a year ago; we remember him in order to reject victimhood, to reclaim resistance and to demand justice that has yet to be given for him.

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In this event organized thankfully by the Global Forum against Caste-based Discrimination, we recognize our common global problems faced in South Asia or elsewhere, our common goal of Annihilation of Caste for elimination of all its negative effects, our common goal of securing our equal rights, privileges and accountability in the mainstream society, and our common path of struggle to achieve these goals.

What is the cause that Dalits are fighting for? A number of demands provides the answer:

  • Current demand for Dalit rights and their just position in the society is a basic human right that is not against the people in general nor is against ‘Dalit friendly’ just and democratic government and associated political parties.
  • Dalit rights stand against the traditional status-quoists who in the guise as so-called ‘society’s responsible individuals’ in the name of religion and traditions undermine or remain apathetic to Dalits’ dignity, e.g. Many of such individuals are even the responsible people such as village priests, village heads, school teachers, the law enforcement personnel and those holding power or authority.
  • Dalit rights stand for unnegotiable freedom from such traditional norms and practices that license the traditional status-quo to oppress Dalits for ever. Such a status-quo is simply not acceptable to Dalit people.
  • Dalits’ demand is simple: it is righting the wrong of the past that is still causing unacceptable damages causing all round disparities and trauma through generations.
  • Constitutional rights established in India and now achieved in Nepal must be exercised in full, unconditionally.
  • We whole heartedly welcome our allies working for our cause.

In the context of the topic given to me to speak on at this event, which is the “Role of Diaspora in the context of South Asian Dalit movement”, we as Diaspora can take many significant strides such as:

  • Networking with academic leaders of the Universities around the world to motivate them to conduct research on Dalit people and communities of South Asia, especially in young democracy of Nepal.
  • Networking with famous writers and travellers of the world to motivate to visit Dalit villages of South Asia to experience their lives with them, and write about their life of misery and resilience, surviving through centuries with their hidden culture of tolerance, unrewarded but highly skillful occupations and many other aspects of their livelihoods.
  • Networking with philanthropists of the world to spend their generous giving to Dalits, the most disadvantaged lot among the people around the world.
  • Networking with international communities and agencies, with advocacy for the cause of social justice.
  • Giving back to own communities in South Asia at the national, regional and local level for empowering them to come out of the shell of discrimination-laden caste barriers to grow in the mainstream society like anyone else.

In our routine practice, we can also play a role in concrete deeds such as:

  • We can run a global networking such as Nepaldalitinfo runs for Nepal that can be further enhanced as a vibrant, meaningful means of global communications; its website and blog site can be source of information to the public world-wide.
  • We can organize international Dalit conferences in South Asian countries and abroad on regular interval to bring stakeholders from academia and field of action to a single platform. I call upon everyone to support one such international conference to be organized in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, later this year in December.
  • We can establish a very much needed centre of excellence in every country including India, if there is none yet, to host many important artifacts of our heritage and archival information for exchange. The physical and anthropological evidence, images speak for themselves, and researchers and stakeholders taken take advantage of them for meaningful discourses in the mainstream society.

Finally, I thank you all once again for making me part of the meaningful event.

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Dr. Drona Rasali

Founder Moderator, Nepaldalitinfo International Network

Vancouver, Canada.

March 18, 2017.

Mainstreaming Dalits through Sustainable Development Goals:

Kathmandu, February 7- National Planning Commission member Dr Swarnim Wagle addressed a gathering of lawyers, professional civil society actors and students over an interaction event on ‘Mainstreaming Dalits through Sustainable Development Goals’ in Kathmandu today. Speaking as the chief guest on the occasion Dr Wagle said, Sustainable Development Goals though may “look like higher human aspirations” can be achievable through honest intention, clarity in policies and creation of value based institutions and structures. He said these global goals will generate demand for data. Organizations like LANCAU can do a great deal in this area.
On the occasion, chairing the program, Constitutional Expert Advocate Dinesh Tripathi submitted a memorandum on behalf of civil society organization containing indicators for targets of SDG 16.1, 16.3 16.a and 16.b. Advocate Tripathi said basic thrust of democracy is justice. SDG 16 is a global vision and Nepal has committed itself to it. Failure to formulate indicators and address the issues of Dalit would place Nepal in the position of a rogue state.
Addressing the gathering Country Director of Chance for Change Mr. Bhim BK said, poverty of Dalit is directly related to untouchability and caste based atrocities. So, the National Planning Commission should take in account the fact that Dalits are restrained from practicing trade of their choice.
Founder of Dignity Initiative Ms Jinita Biswkarma said , the bulwark of the education system are the test book and the pedagogy . They have a lasting impact on the minds of students. The educational framework should reflect awakening of social consciousness, development of democratic values and feeling of social justice.
Speaking on the occasion Executive Director of LANCAU Nepal Prabhakar Bagchand said’ Dalits have been subjugated and deprived of opportunities for centuries. SDG 16 has the potential to address myriad problems faced by Dalits every day. It is through SDG 16 we can fight poverty, injustice and caste discrimination. It is through law we can bring about change in mindset. ‘If the indicators suggested by Civil society is taken into consideration, it will be a historical move on the part of National Planning Commission’ Mr. Bagchand said.
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Two radio stations in Canada broadcast live interviews on Dalit issues of Nepal

Nepaldalitinfo Report

Vancouver (Canada), January 8, 2016- Two online radio stations in Greater Vancouver City of Canada broadcast live interviews on Dalit issues of Nepal in recent few weeks after the Himalayan Program of the University of British Columbia organized a Symposium on the Dalit issues of Nepal on December 22, 2016.

The first interview was with Motilal Nepali, a Dalit civil society activist of Nepal currently a visit to Canada on a live broadcast at Spice Radio‘s  “Sunday Special with Gurpreet Singh” on December 25th.

The second interview was broadcast live at DreamZZ Pubjabi Radio on last Wednesday evening (December 4th). Radio host Sukhy Dhillon  interviewed Dr. Drona Rasali (Nepaldalitinfo founder and moderator) and Motilal Nepali, who both discussed various social ills inf the form of caste based discrimination and untouchability still rampant in Nepal. Dr. Rasali was specially concerned about the recent increase in incidents of assaults on Dalits, such as a recent terrible horrifying assault by a school teacher on a woman, labeling her a witchcraft practitioner, beating her heavily, feeding her forcibly human excreta leading to her death in 3 days- an incident that happened in a broad day light in midst of apathetic villagers.  Motilal Nepali highlighted on ongoing Dalit movement to fight against social injustice in Nepal. The broadcast was repeated in 14 hours enabling listeners both in Canada and South Asia to listen to the interview.

IMG_20170104_1936128.jpgDr. Drona Rasali and Motilal Nepali (right) during a livebroadcast interview at DreamZZ Punjabi Radio 

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Dalit issues of Nepal discussed over a live broadcast of Spice Radio in Canada

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Vancouver, December 25- Dalit issues of Nepal were discussed over a live broadcast interview of Spice Radio in Canada. Motilal Nepali, a noted Dalit activist of Nepal and an active member of Nepaldalitinfo International Network was interviewed by Spice Radio of Vancouver city in Canada this morning over a program, “Sunday Special with Gurpreet Singh”. Mr. Nepali highlighted the recent constitutional changes in favor of Dalit rights, and emphasized that the implementation of constitutional and legal provisions so far achieved has been a big challenge due to still rampant traditional mindset to oppress and exploit Dalits.

The audio recording of Motilal Nepali speaking live at the Spice Radio:

Motilal Nepali is currently visiting Canada and has attended the Symposium on Dalit issues of Nepal at the Himalayan Program of the University of British Columbia, where he gave a keynote speech, on November 22.

 

 

 

 

लक्ष्मी परियार घटना सम्बन्धमा पाँच बुँदे माग सहित प्रधानमन्त्रीलाई ज्ञापन पत्र

by जागरण मिडिया सेन्टर

२०७३ पुस १४, जागरण मिडिया सेन्टर (December 29, 2016)- काभ्रे सानोवाङथलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारको हत्या भएको करिब २० दिन पछि आज प्रधानमन्त्री पुष्पकमल दाहाल“प्रचण्ड”लाई ज्ञापन पत्र बुझाइएको छ । संयुक्त राजनीतिक दलित संघर्ष समिति र दलित नागरिक समाजका प्रतिनिधिहरुले बिहान प्रधानमन्त्री कार्यालयमै पुगेर पाँच बुँदे माग सहित संयुक्त रुपमा ध्यानाकर्षण तथा ज्ञापनपत्र बुझाएका हुन् ।

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ज्ञापन पत्र बुझ्दै प्रधानमन्त्री पुष्पकमल दाहाल“प्रचण्ड”ले पछिल्लो समयमा राजनीतिक रुपमा प्रतिक्रान्तिका पक्षधरहरुको सक्रियता बढ्नुसँगै दलित तथा उत्पिडित समुदाय माथि निरन्तर अमानविय घटनाहरु बढ्दै गएको बताए । उनले भने “राजनीतिक रुपमा उत्पिडित समुदायले पाएका उपलब्धीहरु कमजोर हुँदै जानुको परिणाम स्वरुप दलित समुदाय माथि अमानवीय घटनाहरु बढ्दै गएका छन् । यसतर्फ समग्र उत्पिडित समुदाय चनाखो भएर एकजुट भई संघर्ष गर्नु आवश्यक छ, । उत्पिडीत समुदायमाथि भैरहेको अत्याचारबारे बर्तमान सरकार गम्भिर छ । ”

प्रधानमन्त्रीले पछिल्लो समयमा देशभर दलित समुदाय माथि बढ्दै गएका जातीय भेदभाव तथा छुवाछूतका घटनाका पीडितले न्याय पाउन नसकिरहेको भन्दै तत्काल पीडितलाई न्याय दिलाउन आफूले जतिसक्दो प्रयास गर्ने आश्वासन समेत दिए ।
बुझाईएको ज्ञापन पत्रमा भनिएको छ “कानुन विपरित हिरासतमा राखेर लक्ष्मी परियारका श्रीमान् मिलन परियारलाई प्रहरीले यातनादिई दोषि प्रमाणित गर्ने प्रयास गरिरहेको छ । हिरासत भित्रै हत्यारा हिरा लामाले मिलन परियारलाई ज्यान मार्ने धम्की दिँदा समेत प्रहरी मुक दर्शक बनी उल्टो पीडित माथि झनै पीडा थप्ने काम गरिएको छ ।”

ज्ञापन पत्रमा प्रहरी लक्ष्मी परियारका हत्यारालाई हदैसम्मको कानुनी कारवाही तथा पीडित परिवारलाई क्षतिपूर्ती, मलमूत्र खुवाएको घटनामा मिलापत्र गराउने प्रहरी चौकी चौबासका इन्चार्ज प्रेम पुकार चौधरीलाई निलम्बन तथा कारवाही, झुठा मुद्दामा फसाउने नियतका साथ हिरासतमा राखिएका लक्ष्मी परियारका श्रीमान्को तत्काल रिहाइ तथा सानोवाङ्थलीका दलित परिवारको तत्काल जिउधनको सुरक्षा सहितका माग राखिएको छ ।

ज्ञापनपत्र बुझाउँदै संयुक्त राजनीतिक दलित सघर्ष समितिका संयोजक डम्बर विश्वकर्माले दलित समुदाय माथि भइरहेका उत्पिडनका घटनाहरुलाई रोक्नका लागि सरकारले तत्काल पहल नगरेमा समग्र दलित समुदाय देश व्यापिपमा शसतm आन्दोलनमा जान बाध्य हुने चेतावनी दिए ।

नेपाल दलित संघकी महासचिव, लक्ष्मी परियार, नेपाल उत्पीडित जातीयमुक्ति समाजका अध्यक्ष जीतु गौतम, महासचिव गणेश विश्वकर्मा, नेपाल दलित मुक्ति मोर्चाका अध्यक्ष तिलक परियार, नेपाल दलित मुक्तिमोर्चा नेपालका रामलाल विश्वकर्मा, जातीय समता समाजकी गौरा नेपाली, विभेद मुक्ति प्रगतिशील समाजका अध्यक्ष टिकाराम दियाली, नेपाल राष्ट्रिय दलित केन्द्रका उपेन्द्र छटुञ्जेल, दलित नागरिक समाजका पदम सुन्दास, शिवहरि ज्ञवाली, त्रिलोकचन्द्र विश्वास लगायतको टोलीले ज्ञापनपत्र बुझाएका थिए ।

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Dalits Issues of Nepal Brought to Light at a University in Canada

“We pressurize and lobby Nepal Government, Nepal’s donors and other relevant actors for focusing on elimination of untouchability as a matter of social, political, and national disgrace.”

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Vancouver, December 22- Dalit issues of Nepal was brought to light over a symposium organized at the University of British Columbia today. This is the first time a dedicated discourse on Dalit issues specific to Nepal was organized in a Canadian institute of higher learning.

“Untouchability still exists as a pervasive phenomenon maintained by the power holders. It is maintained in the forms of numerous common human behaviors and other forms of segregation”, Mr. Motilal Nepali, a noted Dalit activist and member of civil society of Nepal in his keynote speech said, “We pressurise and lobby Nepal Government, Nepal’s donors and other relevant actors for focussing on elimination of untouchability as a matter of social, political, and national disgrace.”

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Keynote speaker Motilal Nepali

Explaining forms of traditional untouchability practices existing in Nepal, Mr. Nepali in his deliberation outlined the philosophy and action lines of Dalit movement, sacrifice and immolation of Dalits in new national building process and the next steps of activities for Dalit rights.

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Dr. Drona Rasali speaking at the symposium.

Earlier in the program, another speaker, Dr. Drona Rasali, the founder and moderator of the Nepaldalitinfo International network explained that Dalits represent a significant segment of Nepal’s population who have been traditionally discriminated and oppressed in all affairs of their social and economic lives, and are the victims of the state-led social injustice especially after the promulgation of the discriminatory Civil Code in 1854 by the then Prime Minister Jung Bahadur Rana. “The Nepaldalitinfo network was established in 2003 to support Dalits of Nepal with information resources” He said, “That was a time when rampant incidents of caste discrimination were hardly reported in the mainstream media”.

In the beginning of the symposium program, Dr. Mark Turin, a professor of anthropology at the University of British Columbia introduced Himalayan Program and Institute of Asian Research of the University as the sponsors of the symposium.

Mr. Jai Birdi, the representative from Chetna Foundation related Dalit issues of Nepal with those of India being similar. A good number of intellectuals from academia and south Asian communities including Nepalis participated in the discussion.

A short film, “Bato Muniko Phool- the Prologue”, produced by Yash Kumar, depicting the current day scenario of caste discrimination and untouchability in the middle hills of Nepal was screened for discussion.

Dr. Sara Shneiderman, a Professor in the Department of Anthropology of the University facilitated the discussion forum and concluded the symposium.

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A Canadian University to host a symposium on Dalits of Nepal

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काभ्रेको सानो बाङथलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारको हत्या भएको समाचार नयाँ पत्रिका दैनिकले प्रकाशित गरेपछि सो विषयमा प्रहरीले आइतबार पत्रकार सम्मेलन गरेको छ। तर, एउटी दलित महिलालाई सार्वजनिक स्थलमा बाँधेर मलमूत्र खुवाएर छातीमा लात्ताले …

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काठमाडौँ- काभ्रे सानो वाङ्थलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारको शरीरभरि एकै नासको चोटपटक भेटिएका छन्। मृत्युको सातौ दिन भएको पोष्टमार्टम रिपोर्टमा भनिएको छ – शरीर थिलथिलो हुने गरी कुटिएको छ, उनको मृत्युको कारण कुटाइबाहेक अरू केही होइन।’

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Dec 11, 2016 – काभ्रे, मंसिर २७ / काभ्रेको सानो बाङथलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारको हत्या भएको समाचार नयाँ पत्रिका दैनिकले प्रकाशित गरेपछि सो विषयमा प्रहरीले आइतबार पत्रकार सम्मेलन गरेको छ। तर, एउटी दलित महिलालाई सार्वजनिक स्थलमा बाँधेर …

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6 days ago – ‘बोक्सीको आरोपमा मलमुत्र खुवाएर कुटपिटपछि मृत्यु भएको भनिएकी’ काभ्रे सानो वाङथली–७ की लक्ष्मीपरियारको मृत्यृ प्रकरणमा जोडिएकालाई कारबाहीको माग गर्दै प्रदर्शन गरिएको छ । मंगलबार काठमाडौंको माइतीघर मण्डलामा युथ …

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7 days ago – ‘बोक्सीको आरोपमा मलमुत्र खुवाएर कुटपिटपछि मृत्यु भएको भनिएकी’ सानो वाङथली–७ की लक्ष्मीपरियारको मृत्यृबारे थप जानकारी लिन राष्ट्रिय मानवअधिकार आयोगको टोली घटनास्थल पुगेको छ । घटनाबारे चासो लिँदै आयोगले मुलमुत्र …

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2 days ago – लक्ष्मी परियार प्रकरणमा जोडिएका स्थानीय शिक्षक हिरा तामाङ, र उनकी आमा काइली तामाङ, साहिला तामाङ लगायतका व्यक्तिहरुले बाँधेर मलमुत्र खुवाएर जघन्य हत्याप्रति उदयपुरका आधा दर्जन संघ संस्थाले संयुक्त विज्ञप्ती …

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2 days ago – पोखरा, २ पुस । बोक्सीको आरोपमा कुटपिटपछि हत्या गरिएकी काभ्रे सानोवाङथलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारको शरीरभरि एकैनासका चोटपटक भेटिएको छ । मृत्युको सातौं दिनमा भएको पोष्टमार्टम रिपोर्टमा उनको मृत्यु अन्य केहि कारणले नभई …

 

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5 days ago – टिभी अन्नपूर्ण २९ मंसिर, काभ्रे । बोक्सीको आरोपमा मलमूत्र खुवाएर कुटपिट गरेको घटनामा मिलापत्र गराउने प्रहरी इन्चार्ज कारवाहीमा परेका छन् । काभ्रे सानो बाङथलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारलाई बोक्सी भन्दै मलमूत्र खुवाएर कुटपिट …

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3 days ago – काठमाडौं , १ पुस – काभ्रे सानो वाङ्थलीकी लक्ष्मी परियारको शरीरभरि एकै नासको चोटपटक भेटिएका छन्। मृत्युको सातौ दिन भएको पोष्टमार्टम रिपोर्टमा भनिएको छ – शरीर थिलथिलो हुने गरी कुटिएको छ, उनको मृत्युको कारण कुटाइबाहेक …

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6 days ago – लक्ष्मी परियार हत्याकाण्डः बालकले भने ”ममीलाई यही पोलमा सरले यसरी बाँध्नुभयो’. मानवअधिकारकर्मीसंग अरुले के के भने ? प्रकाशित मिति : २०७३ मङ्सिर २८ मंगलबार, ३५०० पटक हेरिएको. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook FacebookShare to …

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लक्ष्मी परियार गाउँस्तरीय विभिन्न उपभोक्ता समिति र समूहमा रहेर स्थानीय स्तरका कार्यक्रमहरुमा दलित पक्षमा पैरवी गर्दै आएको देखिन्छ । यसअघि पनि हिरा लामाले लक्ष्मी परियारका माइला जेठाजुलाई दोस्रो संविधानसभाको चुनावमा आफू…

A Canadian University to host a symposium on Dalits of Nepal

Vancouver, December 7- Canada’s University of British Columbia (UBC) is hosting ‘Symposium on Dalit Issues in Nepal’ in Vancouver. The UBC’s Himalaya Program, Institute of Asian Research and Centre for India and South Asia Research are organizing the event at C.K.Choi Building at its main campus on December 22, 2016.

In the symposium, Mr. Moti Lal Nepali, a noted Dalit activist writer and civil society leader from Nepal, will give a talk about the socio-political status of Dalits in Nepal. A short film, Yash Kumar’s Bato Muniko Phool – the Prologue (Flowers Under the Path – the Prologue), revealing the daily struggles of Dalits in Nepali villages today. Nepaldalitinfo International Network’s founder moderator Dr. Drona Rasali will explain the Network’s role in fostering awareness of Dalit issues in Nepal. UBC’s two Professors, Dr. Sara Shneiderman and Dr. Mark Turin will facilitate the discussion in the symposium.

“The event dedicated to discuss Nepal’s Dalit rights is probably the first of its kind to be held in any Canadian University.”, Dr. Rasali said. “Nepaldalitinfo is collaborating with the UBC to make it a success.”

In the caste-based social structure of Nepal, at least one-seventh of the population, so-called “Dalits”, have experienced discrimination, marginalization, and oppression for centuries.

UBC’s Official announcement of the event:

Symposium and Film on Dalit Issues in Nepal

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