100 Day Campaign Against Caste Discrimination and Untouchability 16 September – 24 December 2011. Contact Group Meeting Kathmandu, 3 November 2011. Thumb print: pledging the commitment.
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100 Day CampaignAgainst Caste Discrimination and Untouchability 16 September – 24 December 2011
Contact Group MeetingKathmandu, 3 November 2011
Thumb print: pledging the commitment
The US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs, Geoffery Pyatt and US Ambassador to Nepal Scottt DeLisi pledging their commitment at an event in Kathmandu on 17 Oct 2011 jointly organised by the US Embassy, OHCHR and Dalit civil society.
The President of Nepal launching the 100-day campaign
The President of Nepal Rt. Hon. Ram Baran Yadav formally launching the Campaign on 16 September 2011 at a function organized at the Presidential Office .
Taking the campaign to the districts
Taking the campaign online
To reach out to the youth and the large Nepali community residing outside Nepal, we have setup a special website where people can visit, learn more about the Act and pledge their commitment.
For more information:
United Nations Human Rights Office in Nepal (OHCHR-Nepal)SILU Building, Museum Road, Chhauni, KathmanduTelephone: +977 1 428 0164 Fax: +977 1 467 0712, 467 0713, 4671 940