During his four-day official visit to Nepal, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres delivered a powerful message with significant implications for the nation's future. As he departed for New York on Wednesday, his visit left an indelible mark, emphasizing the importance of addressing climate change, concluding the transitional justice process in Nepal, and promoting peace in the region. Guterres' visit coincided with the upcoming United Nations Climate Conference, COP-28, set to be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, at the end of this year.

KATHMANDU, March 1: Nepal has reiterated its commitment to complete the transitional justice process and provide justice and reparation to the conflict survivors while promoting peace and reconciliation in the society.

KATHMANDU, Jan 13: Human Rights Watch (HRW) has expressed concern over the failure of Nepal to conclude the transitional justice process. This comes in the wake of US Ambassador to Nepal Dean R Thompson saying that the international community is keenly interested to see Nepal’s transitional justice process moving forward to address the concerns of the victims.

KATHMANDU, Feb 4: As part of her efforts to internationalize her struggle for justice, Ganga Maya Adhikari held a meeting with UN Resident Coordinator to Nepal, Valerie Julliand in Kathmandu on Tuesday.

Nepal-UK relations go back to centuries and the UK remains Nepal’s one of the largest donors and development partners. At the same time, the British Gurkhas have often expressed grievances against the UK government over pension issue. Why does the issue remain unresolved? How will the UK support Nepal in its federalization process and Visit Nepal 2020? How is the UK watching Nepali politics, including the issue of transitional justice process? Nicola Pollitt, British Ambassador to Nepal, shared her perspectives with Republica’s Subhash Ghimire and Mahabir Paudyal on a range of issues.

International concern

December 1, 2019 12:14 pm

Increasingly, international community has been showing its concern over the delayed transitional justice process of Nepal. They have, time and again, reminded the government of Nepal’s obligation to the international treaties and drawn the attention of the government to resolve this issue in line with the international standards and the verdict of the Supreme Court.

KATHMANDU, Nov 28: Concerned over the recent developments with regard to the transitional justice process, a section of human rights activists and conflict victims on Tuesday submitted a position paper to UN’s Nepal Resident Coordinator Valerie Julliand seeking ‘adequate initiative from the UN agencies on the matter.

KATHMANDU, Nov 19: Conflict victims and human rights activists are sharply divided over a proposed political process to conclude transitional justice process.