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Gender and Nepal’s transition from war

Gender and Nepal’s transition from war Citation: Download report. Key points: • Formal participation vs. informal influence: The post-war era has brought clear gains for women in terms of formal political participation and representation. But these have not been matched by women’s ability to influence decision-making. Established male political leaders continue to monopolise major policy […]

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Two steps forward, one step back The Nepal peace process

Two steps forward, one step back, The Nepal peace process Thapa, D, and Ramsbotham, A. (April 2017) Abstract: The enduring dominance of established elites and the historic discrimination of marginalised communities acted as key drivers to sustain Nepal’s civil war from 1996 to 2006. In response, how to support greater inclusion has been central to […]

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Peace, Power and inclusive change in Nepal: Political Settlements in Practice

Peace, Power and inclusive change in Nepal: Political Settlements in Practice Citation:  Download the report. Abstract: This paper tracks some of the ways in which inclusion has progressed through post-war transition in Nepal, and how it has navigated shifting power dynamics. It explores how power is configured in Nepal, what inclusion means and how it […]

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