Human Rights Situation Sharing Programme
INSEC Kathmandu organized a human rights situation sharing programme on 20th June 2018. The objective of the programme was to share the situation of human rights and to receive recommendations and suggestions from various stakeholders so as to improve the documentations of INSEC. Speaking at the interaction programme, INSEC Executive Director Bijay Raj Gautam stressed that INSEC is documenting the incidents of human rights violation and atrocities for the protection and promotion of overall human rights of the country since its establishment.
Director Yagya Prasad Adhikari of NHRC praised Human Rights Year Book for being a great help for the study, research and investigation. He recommended that INSEC must campaign to raise the issues of person with disability, indigenous rights and environmental rights.
Former chair of Amnesty International and human rights activist Pradeep Pokhrel commended INSEC for its contribution in human rights and social justice. He added that INSEC is the only organization that has been continuously publishing a specific document which has become an institution in itself.
In the program, documentation officer Raju Paswan presented the data of human rights violation within the six months period in six districts under the province 2 and 13 under the province 3. As per the documented incidents, 465 people were victims of human rights violation within the six months period. During this period, 40 people including 18 women were killed by non-state actor.