Time: November 26, 2012 from 9am to 11am
Location: Alliance for Peacebuilding Office
Street: 1726 M St. NW, 4th floor
City/Town: Washington, DC 20036
Website or Map: http://www.allianceforpeacebu…
Phone: (202) 822-2047
Event Type: roundtable
Organized By: Alliance for Peacebuilding, 3P Human Security, and the Asia Foundation
Latest Activity: Nov 20, 2012
The Alliance for Peacebuilding, 3P Human Security, and The Asia Foundation invite practitioners and experts on Nepal to a roundtable with an open dialogue to identify the key factors needed to solidify lasting peace in Nepal.
Many challenges remain on Nepal’s path to peace and stability since the signing of the peace agreement in 2006. The success of the political process, strengthening the rule of law and access to justice, equitable economic development, and human security for vulnerable communities are among the critical issues that will determine Nepal’s future. Individuals and institutions both in Nepal and abroad are working to ensure that Nepali society consolidates a long-term peace by addressing the root drivers of instability.
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Dr. Hari Bansh Jhais Professor of Economics and Executive Director of the research organization, Centre for Economic and Technical Studies (CETS) at Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal since 1989. He was senior ICCR Fellow at Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses (IDSA) in New Delhi from 2011-2012. He was also Visiting Scholar at The Institute of Asian Studies, German Institute of Global and Area Studies in Hamburg Germany in 2011. Jha has a M.A. in Economics from Banaras Hindu University and Ph.D. from University of Bihar in India. He taught economics in Nepal’s Tribhuvan University between 1976 and 1998. He also worked as Economic Advisor in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nepal in 1989-90. In his academic life, Jha has to his credit 27 published books. He worked on 55 research projects sponsored by different organizations, including the UNDP, UNICEF, UNCTAD, ILO, WHO, World Bank, USAID, the Asian Development Bank, etc. His interests are wide ranging and include: spirituality, climate change and security, border studies, Nepal-India relations, peace and conflict, Nepal’s relations with Tibet/China, migration, and more.
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