Nepal"s peace process at the United Nations

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Get this from a library. Nepal's peace process at the United Nations. [Ian Martin; United Nations. Secretary-General ( Annan); United Nations. Security Council.;] -- Collection of the reports of the United Nations's Secretary General to the Security Council on political and human rights developments in Nepal.

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Nepal’s Peace Process at the United Nations – II Karin Landgrenpp. xx+ ISBN: 01 3 US$ 23 This book follows a similarly titled earlier volume and consists of reports by the United Nations’ Secretary-General to the Security Council and briefings to the Council by his Representative, Karin Landgren, on Nepal’s peace process and the role of the United Nations.

Nepal’s Peace Process at the United Nations – I Ian Martin(reprint), pp. xiv+ ISBN: 9 2 US$ 22 This is a collection of the reports of the United Nations’ Secretary-General to the Security Council on political and human rights developments in Nepal, and the briefings to the Council by his Special Representative, Ian Martin.

Nepals peace process at the United Nations book As a proud member of the United Nations, Nepal continues to support peace processes throughout the world, as it has for over 50 years.

It is entitled to the support it requires from the United Nations in. THE UNITED NATIONS AND NEPAL'S PEACE PROCESS 9. UN engagement: Secretary-General offers support, Nepal faced a deepening crisis of governance after the collapse of the first ceasefire and peace talks between the Government of Nepal and the CPN(Maoist) in and the suspension of Parliament in Nepal's peace process has been exceptional in the extent to which it was a truly national achievement and not one mediated by any international actor.

The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) too has been unusual among recent UN peace operations. United Nations Development Assistance Framework For Nepal Following ten years of conflict, the April People’s Movement and the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in NovemberNepal is now in a transition towards democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights.

The people. Following is the text of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s message on the fiftieth anniversary of Nepal’s continuous participation in United Nations peacekeeping operations, on 12 June: More than half of all the Member States of the United Nations contribute troops and police to peacekeeping operations.

Women Count For Peace: 10th Anniversary Of United Nations Security Council Resolution On 31st Octoberthe United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution (UNSCR) on women, peace and security.

UNSCR is a landmark legal and political document that for the first time in the Council’s history obliges all act. This evaluation of the international support to the peace process in Nepal focuses on the contributions made by Denmark, Switzerland and Finland in the period from to May The contributions by these focal development partners are viewed in the context of support from other development partner countries, especially where provided.

Matthew Kahane the United Nations Resident Representative and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal At a time when the country is uneasily moving towards the peace process by trying to hold second phase of talks, Matthew Kahane, the United Nations Resident Representative and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal.

Following the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed on 21 November between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) at the end of the Nepalese Civil War, the United Nations received a request for assistance, and established the political mission United Nations Mission in Nepal Head: Karin Landgren.

This comprehensive peace agreement seeks to end the conflict between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). It comprises a ceasefire including the management of arms and armies of both the national army and the Moist group by the United Nations.

Nepal is peace adoring nation. Nepal turned into an individual from the United Nations in and from that point forward, it has been a dynamic member of most UN peace operations. The cooperation of the Nepalese Army in UN peace bolster operations traverses a time of over 50 years.

As a member of United Nations Organization, Nepal has been helping the UNO in maintaining peace by sending its troops to UN Peace Keeping Force. The Nepalese Army and Nepal Police have been deployed in many conflicting areas of the world by the UNO as a peacekeeping force.

Overview. Following more than a decade of internal conflict in Nepal, a Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CAP) was signed on 21 November The Government of Nepal, in Februaryestablished the Nepal Peace Trust Fund (NPTF) as a mechanism for interested donors to contribute to the peace process through direct contributions to the Government.

Nepal became a member of the United Nations (UN) in and first contributed military peacekeepers insending five observers in the UN Military Observation Group in Lebanon.

As of AprilNepal had contribu peacekeepers to 43 UN missions overall (see Table 1).

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Nepal's Peace Process and Involvement of the United Nations by Humboldt Visiting Scholar The decade long gory conflict, which was responsible for ab human lives and large-scale internal displacement, finally came to an end following the Comprehensive Peace Agreement on 21st of November Also witnessed by the United Nations, the peace.

the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DP kO) and the Department of Field Support (DFS) have embarked on a major reform effort, Peace Operationsaimed at strengthening and professionalizing the planning, management and conduct of United Nations File Size: 1MB.

This was the report of the Secretary-General on the request of Nepal for United Nations assistance in support of its peace process.

Selected Security Council Letters: View All: 14 September S// This letter contained the two letters from the Nepalese government and the Maoists asking for a four-month extension of UNMIN.

In the wake of the earthquakes that hit Nepal on April 25 andDevelopment and Peace contributed $, of its humanitarian aid budget to support the appeal that was launched by the Caritas network to assist victims.

Through a joint appeal with the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and thanks to the solidarity of Canadians, Development and Peace raised $ million dollars. Nepal would remain committed to fulfilling its international obligations and providing additional troops and civilians to United Nations peacekeeping operations, he said.

For peace missions to be successful there must be unity of purpose in mobilizing the Security Council’s political capital, clearly defined mandates and adequate resource. Peacekeeping comprises activities intended to create conditions that favour lasting peace.

Research generally finds that peacekeeping reduces civilian and battlefield deaths, as well as reduces the risk of renewed warfare. Within the United Nations (UN) group of nation-state governments and organisations, there is a general understanding that at the international level, peacekeepers monitor.

When the Security Council met this morning, it had before it the report of the Secretary-General on the request of Nepal for United Nations assistance in support of its peace process (document S//), dated 10 July, in which the Secretary-General recommends a one-month extension of the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN), until 23 August, pending further clarification from the.

Prospects for a Successful Peace Process in Nepal: Internal and International Perspectives. On NovemNepal's government and the Communist Party of Nepal signed a comprehensive peace agreement to formally end their ten-year conflict.

As per the commitment expressed in the letter sent to the United Nations on behalf of the Government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist) on August 9,combatants of the Maoist's army shall be confined within the following temporary cantonments in the following places. They shall be verified and monitored by the United Size: KB.

Nepal believed that democracy, development and peace were interrelated and interdependent. It also thanked the international community, including the United Nations, for its support for the peace and constitution drafting process, and hoped that it would continue in to the future.

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ONUCA United Nations Observer Group in Central America November January UNIKOM United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission April October MINURSO United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara April Present.

Security Council Hears Call for Parties in Nepal to Work for Progress in Peace Process before End of United Nations Mission Mandate Security Council Hears Call for Parties in. The Terms of Reference issued by the United Nations Peace Fund for Nepal (UNPFN) stipulated that the evaluation be divided into two main phases, each concluded by a report: the Inception and the Evaluation Phase.

The handbook is intended to provide a reference guide to assist the United Nations, Governments and civil society working to promote greater participation of women in electoral processes in post-conflict countries.

The United Nations’ support for electoral processes now plays a pivotal role in many peace-keeping and peace-building activities. Report of the Secretary-General on the request of Nepal for United Nations assistance in support of its peace process Part I of II [Here is the II part.

I. Introduction. 1. The present report is submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution (), by which the Council, following the request of the Government of Nepal and on the basis of the recommendation of the Secretary-General.NEPAL-Zone of Peace (ZoP) (Nepali:नेपाल शान्तिक्षेत्र प्रस्ताव) was a proposition made by King Birendra during his coronation ceremony in King Birendra formally asked the international community to endorse his proposal that the United Nations should declare Nepal a ZoP, so as to give a new dimension to the Nepalese non-alignment.