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Magna Meet 2009


The Human Rights Magna Meet : Dec 8th – 10th 2009

The three day Human Rights Magna Meet 2009 concluded in Kathmandu yesterday by adopting a declaration that urges political parties not to protect perpetrators of rights violations and to promote rule of law in the country. "Who - government or the Maoist - are more responsible for breaching the CPA (Comprehensive Peace Agreement)?" the Declaration asked, "A mechanism should be set up to probe the breaching and those guilty should be punished accordingly.” Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal who was present in the closing program of the Meet expressed the commitment of the government to take the declaration seriously.

The Meet, inaugurated earlier by President Ram Baran Yadav on Tuesday was the first of its kind in Nepal to be organized at such a grand manner marking the International Human Rights Day. These three days gave an opportunity to organizations like CARE Nepal to profile itself and to promote awareness on peace democracy and human rights through its varied activities. It also provided a common platform and the issue to create a unified voice against human rights abuses and to explore opportunities for organizations to forge concerted efforts.

Apart from regular formal functions, the meet also held 22 discussions sessions (eachof about two to three hours) on thematic issues such as women in politics, small arms and civic security, impunity, sexual and gender minorities, safe migration, climate change etc (Refer the attachment). Some of CARE Nepal senior staff also participated in some of the thematic sessions. I took part in a session on Press Freedom and Freedom of Expression organized by Freedom Forum.

There were also about 150 stall put by organizations working in the filed of human rights, peace and development. CARE Nepal also exhibited its publications and documentaries through its stall in the meet. We alone received over 500 visitors expressing curiosity on our programs and our organization as a whole. There were also few concerns on most of our publications being in English. In addition, there was great interest among visitors to learn more about projects such as ASHA, CRADLE and CHULI projects.

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