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Webinar Session 1: Redefining And Strengthening Human Rights Activism And Development Work In The Context Of COVID 19 In South Asia

Date: 20 May 2020, Time: 3 pm– 4.30 pm (Nepal time) An online discussion on Redefining and Strengthening Human Rights Activism and Development Work in the

Open Letter By Women-Led Garment Unions In Sri Lanka To The Government, Factory Owners And Buyers

Open letter by Women-led Garment Unions in to the Government,  Factory Owners and Buyers 15 May 2020 Key Demands to address the COVID-19 crisis in

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) IN SOUTH ASIA

The novel coronavirus-2019 is a global crisis and the situation is changing every other second. The coronavirus pandemic emerged from December 2019 from the central

Fifth General Assembly, 2-3 September 2016 We, the members of the Fifth General Assembly, of SAAPE, having met at Kathmandu, Nepal from 2-3, September, 2016,

A Challenge For Change

Retruning back from Nedunkerni and Mulathivu after an election monitoring exercise today I was horrified to see two huge armed cars and vehicles carrying soldiers

Introduction While some regional association such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) have set themselves as

Despair And Defiance

India’s tea sector is driven in large part by Assam and West Bengal, which account for over 70 percent of the country’s tea production. There

KATHMANDU: Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD), a regional anti-illegitimate debt campaign network, has started lobbying for cancellation of Nepal’s external debt, citing

Karachi The South Asia Alliance for Poverty Eradication (SAAPE) and People’s Saarc launched a campaign on “Demilitarization, democratization and social justice” on Tuesday, demanding from

SAAPE welcomes the promulgation of the new constitution of Nepal and condemns the trade and transport embargo imposed by Indian government on the Indo-Nepal border

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