Stories By 'SUBHASH NEPALI'
One of the most difficult things about dealing with injustice is finding effective ways to talk about it. This is especially true for Nepal’s Dalit communities, who are far behind the national average on all human development indicators.
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Caste and patriarchy come up time and again in discussions about Nepal. Yet, somehow both issues escape direct engagement as governance problems.
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The creation of new organisations of historically marginalised groups can lead to transformative change
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Bokre, which roughly translates to ‘bark’, is the childhood nickname that my neighbours gave me. I did not know why they nicknamed me bokre until I learned about the livelihood of my grandparents. My ancestors and, by tradition, my grandparents were leather-makers.
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Nepal’s policymaking has been taken up by the much narrated focus on economic prosperity, and its immediate development goal is to transform into a middle-income country.
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Any gender equality policy is an economic policy,” said a former finance secretary at an informal discussion with a group of policy analysts and advocates.
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