National Peace Campaign is a non-governmental, non-profit, and non-sectarian educational organisation committed towards promoting peace and conflict resolution in South Asia through education, research, training and diplomacy. It was established in 1999. NPC perceives the problem in South Asia as a common threat to peace in the region. Primarily focusing in Nepal, the program of the NCP will aim at creating a peaceful society in the South Asian region. The NPC was established with the vision of building a peaceful, democratic society in Nepal in order to fully realize and respect peace, justice and human rights. The NPC envisages a need for an action-oriented movement for a peaceful community, an equitable social system and a respectful life for South Asia in particular and the world in general.
Nagarik Aawaz (NA) meaning 'The Voice of the Citizen' was established on July 17, 2001 as a platform for concerned development professionals and organisations that felt the need to act together towards peace. NA consists of mainly volunteers contributing their skills, time expertise and resources to ground NA.
For Peace (FFP)
Friends for Peace (FFP) is a non-governmental, organisation established in May 2004 with a view to facilitate research in the fields of conflict transformation and to contribute to future peace process in Nepal.
Campaign for Peace (COCAP)
COCAP is a national network of Peace and Human rights organisation in Nepal. It was born out of a national symposium on conflict transformation and peace building in June 2001.It was originally conceived as a loose, informal forum for information sharing among participation of the symposium.
Rehabilitation Center (WOREC)
As a result of the ongoing conflict in the nation, most people were forced to migrate to foreign lands or they were forced to leave their native villages and move to the district center or to Kathmandu Valley, which has resulted, in an increase in the population of Kathmandu Valley. Due to this, the number of unemployed people is increasing day by day.
for Human Rights
A woman for Human Right (WHR), Single Women Group is a non-governmental organisation established in 1994. WHR has been formed to address the rights of Single Women in Nepal. It is providing services to the needy single women and their children facing difficult circumstances. WHR passed a national declaration to use the word 'Single Women', instead of widows. The change in the terminology has been effected since the word 'widow' in Nepali society is viewed with disdain, including humiliation and agony.
Asia Partnership Nepal (SAP-Nepal)
South Asia Partnership Nepal (SAP-Nepal) is a non-government development organisation and has been advocating for the social, political and economic enhancement of the Nepalese people since 1985. SAP-Nepal started its development journey as an international organisation in 1985 and transformed into a facilitating organisation in 1989.
Children's organisation (NCO)
Nepal Children's organisation (NCO), a child-right-welfare social organisation popularly known as Bal Mandir. It was founded under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen Mother was established in 1964.It has been continuously working in the field of well-being of the homeless, parentless, abandoned and disadvantaged children and organizing various programs to protect their rights. Presently, NCO is running 10 children's homes with about 550 children aged 0- 22 years and has 75 district committees and more than 3,852 voluntary members across the country. NCO has broadened its areas of work with self-motivated responsibility of protecting entire concerns associated with children who have suffered the horrors of war, community violence and intolerance and develops peace and reconciliation with the help of multinational volunteers.
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of Nepal is an and autonomous statutory body established in the year 2000 under Rights Commission Act 1997 (2053 BS). It has a separate responsibilities in the constitutional legal system of the country.
Aid and Consultancy Center (LACC)
Legal Aid and Consultancy Center (LACC) is a non-governmental legal resource organisation dedicated to the promotion and protection of the rights of women and children. It was established in 1987.
Jagaran Nepal was established with the vision of realizing women's rights, sustainable peace, good governance and social justice for the formation of an equitable society in Nepal. In order to achieve this vision, the organisation has nine programs that focus on women and children. These programs range from grassroots skill development and human rights training to national and international advocacy for the promotion of human rights and good governance. Jagaran Nepal works directly with women and children victims of the conflict, providing funding, counseling, and training.
Founded in 2001, IHRICON was established to conduct media monitoring and public hearings on children and women in armed conflict. IHRICON has been involved in human rights training for journalists, NGOs, and security agencies as well as initiated district and village level women's working groups that engage in peace and conflict resolution.
Sector Service Centre (INSEC)
Established in 1990, INSEC is dedicated to improving human rights and social justice in Nepal. The organisation works to train women, children, and the elderly at the community level, to raise awareness among government and nongovernment organisations, as well as to monitor and advocate for the signing and implementation of all six major international human rights treaties.
for Women, Law and Development (FWLD)
Forum for Women, Law and Development (FWLD) is an NGO established in May 29, 1995 to work for the protection, promotion and advancement of women's human rights, eliminating all forms of discrimination against women. The Forum uses law as an instrument to address discriminations in women's lives and to promote their human rights. Significantly, FWLD has contributed in ensuring women's right to property, right to reproductive health and implementation of CEDAW and BPFA at the domestic level.
Founded in 1991, Didi Bahini is committed to involving women in Nepal's development process. Didi Bahini works to promote gender equality in a number of areas including education, agriculture, economic rights, governance, natural resource management, and conflict resolution.
workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN)
Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) is an organisation in Nepal that works for child rights.It was established in 1987 by a group of university students. It focuses its activities on the issues of child rights, girl's rights, child labour, trafficking, bonded labour, street children, child abuse and children in armed conflict.
for Victims of Torture, Nepal (CVICT)
Founded in 1990, CVICT is a Nepali non-profit organisation committed to rehabilitating victims of torture as well as advocating for the prevention of torture and the protection and promotion of human rights. Recently, CVICT has identified child victims of conflict as a target group for its efforts.