The situation in Nepal

August 3, 2001

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom IEC held in lieu of the 27th Triennial Congress, July 27-August 3, 2001 in Geneva, Switzerland:

WILPF International Executive Committee Meeting 2001 strongly urges an immediate dialogue between the government of Nepal and the leadership of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) to search for a peaceful solution to conflict.

WILPF strongly urges the government of Nepal to pass legislation that would ensure equal property inheritance rights for females and males, as provided for by Article 15 of the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women, and consensus texts that emerged from the four UN World Conferences on Women

WILPF strongly urges the government of Nepal to immediately take all effective measures to put an end to the growing criminal practice of trafficking in women, and the dowry system.

Access to Justice Arm Transfers Feminist Foreign Policy Gender Based Violence Human Rights Human Rights Violations Militarisation Political and Civil Rights Sexual Violence Slavery and Forced Labor Trafficking Women's Human Rights Nepal Resolution

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