Shadow report on initial report of Government of Nepal on CEDAW

briefing of initial report and concluding comments.
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Briefing of report of United Nation"s Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women.

ContributionsMahilā, Kānūna ra Vikāsa Mañca (Kathmandu, Nepal), United Nations. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women.
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LC ClassificationsHQ1237.5.N35 S53 1999
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Pagination61 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3588210M
LC Control Number2002288905

The Shadow Report on the fourth and fifth periodic report was submitted in Consequently, the CEDAW Committee considered the issues at its th and th meetings, and on Jissued the Concluding Observations to the Government of Nepal. The Concluding Observations requested the Government of Nepal to respond to the.

also submitted Shadow Report for the pre-session of the 71st session of CEDAW Committee on 29 January, As Nepal is scheduled to present its sixth periodic report on 23rd October, in the 71st session, SRPC has submitted this Shadow Report. The Shadow Report is the updated version of the Shadow Report submitted to the pre-session.

Nepal became a State Party to CEDAW and the Optional Protocol to CEDAW, without any reservations, respectively in and The Government of Nepal (GoN) submitted the initial report in and the second and the third combined periodic report in The General Recommendations and Concluding observations of the Committee on the Elimination.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mahilā, Kānūna ra Vikāsa Mañca (Kathmandu, Nepal) OCLC Number: Description: ix pages ; 31 cm: Other Titles: Shadow report on the fourth and fifth periodic report by the government of Nepal on CEDAW: Responsibility: co-ordinated by Forum for Women, Law, and Development, Nepal.

Initial report (Add.1) 13th Session () Second periodic report Liechtenstein; Initial report; 20th Session () Second periodic report Third periodic report Annex to third periodic report. by the Government of Nepal in December However, the process to prepare a shadow Report was initiated within the civil society in mid-July on the basis of preliminary report prepared by the government.

Initial meeting for shadow report preparation held between members of CEDAW sub-committee of the.

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Nepal and delay by the Government in reporting, Civil Society’s Alternative Report on CEDAW Convention was submitted in Following the government report, the civil society organizations are preparing shadow report alternative to the government report in for consideration for CEDAW.

22 NEPAL CEDAW Shadow Report List of NGOs/CBOs 1 AAMA Milan Kendra 2 AATWIN 3 Abbal Women Enterpreneurship 4 Adjust Nepal 5 Advocacy Forum 6 Ageing Nepal 7 Agroforestry, Basic health, and Cooperative Nepal (ABC Ne- pal) 8 Amnesty International Nepal- Province 2 9 Association of Youth Organization Nepal (AYON) 10 B.W.A Nepal 11 Bar.

Thank you for joining Jovana Vukovic of the Regional Centre for Minorities, and the New Tactics online community for an online dialogue on 'Using Shadow Reports for Advocacy' from August 26 to September 1, This online dialogue is a space Shadow report on initial report of Government of Nepal on CEDAW book practitioners and scholars to share experiences, challenges, successes, resources and tool for the effective use of shadow reports to expose the.

List of Issues and Questions in Relation to the Initial CEDAW Report of the State of Palestine – Addendum Addendum, Arabic text, French text, List, Spanish text CEDAW/C/PSE/Q/1/Add Guidance note for States parties for the preparation of periodic reports under article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Common Core Document, initial and periodic reports. We urge our government, the federal Legislature-Parliament and the main political parties meaningfully implement recommendations made by the UN Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in its Concluding observations on the sixth periodic report of Nepal issued on 14 November CEDAW recommended the state party Nepal.

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The government now has to take responsibility for its actions and show real commitment to Women, Peace and Security. WILPF for sure will make sure that happens. Perseverance is something we do not lack. Read WILPF India’s shadow report to CEDAW and WILPF India’s statement.

Have a look at the Concluding Observations of the Committee. Date of Accession/ Ratification: 9 Aug Reservations: Article 29 (1) Optional Protocol: Ratified 14 June Reporting Status: Initial report examined at 9 th Session, ; Combined 2 nd and 3 rd reports examined at 20 th session, ; Combined 4 th and 5 th reports examined at 34 th session, ; Combined 6 th and 7 th reports due September ; Shadow reports.

A review of a State is based on: (a) a national report prepared by the State under review; (b) a compilation of United Nations information on the State under review prepared by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); and (c) a summary of information submitted by other stakeholders (including civil society.

The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) is an international treaty adopted in by the United Nations General bed as an international bill of rights for women, it was instituted on 3 September and has been ratified by states. Over fifty countries that have ratified the Convention have done so subject to certain.

The Team aims at using the report as a tool for holding the Government accountable for the implementation of the CEDAW as well as a tool for advancing women‟s human rights in the country. The report covers six of the areas of concern outlined in the CEDAW Committee List of Issues and Questions1, namely: 1.

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This report was designed to supplement the NGO Shadow Report on the general situation of torture in Japan, in order to ensure that women’s issues are brought to the attention of the United Nations Committee against Torture (“CAT”) in its consideration of, and response to, torture and ill-treatment in Japan, given the Government’s.

Once the initial drafts of the individual country reports were completed by U.S. missions abroad, the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL), in cooperation with other Department of State offices with the relevant country and regional expertise, reviewed and edited the reports, drawing on its own sources of information as well as of.

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From February the United Nations CEDAW Committee heard the first Government report on behalf of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region since the resumption. NGO Shadow Report Group.

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The Government of Nepal. CEDAW/C/NPL/1. Consideration of reports submitted by States parties under article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.

Initial reports of State parties: Kingdom of Nepal. Initial dialogue and planning to develop Tonga’s Service Delivery Protocol began in April and continues to progress, led by government in partnership with civil society and partners. WAD is being supported by UN Women Fiji MCO to develop this document in as a collaborative effort between government agencies, civil society and.

groups, the government has a duty to ensure these communities are no longer marginalized on socio-economic and political grounds. In September Nepal adopted the Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals. In doing so, it committed to the principle of Leaving No One Behind and to address the inequalities.

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