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Transitional Justice in Nepal: The Perspective of the Victims
This paper seeks to clarify the current needs of victims and what victim-centred transitional justice means to them now, more than 8 years after the end of Nepal’s armed conflict (1996-2006) (the “conflict”). The paper aims to understand the current practice of transitional justice from a victim’s perspective and to recommend how a victim-centred transitional justice process might be articulated. Victims’ needs should be understood the way the victims understand the needs themselves. Therefore the…
by Ram Kumar Bhandari, founder of National Network of Families of the Disappeared and Missing Persons, and General Secretary of the Conflict Victims Common Platform.
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