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Call for Application: Youth For Peace (YFP), Bangkok, September 2014

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For more Information please follow the link: http://www.aman-asia.orgInternational institute of Peace and Development Studies (IIPDS) in cooperation with ARF –…Continue

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what thought should lead??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dirgha Raj Sigdel Oct 1, 2009. 2 Replies

Current political situation of Nepal is spinning from one hand to other. For the stabilization which thought do you think should take the lead for proper outlet.

 

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Call for Application: Youth For Peace (YFP), Bangkok, September 2014

For more Information please follow the link: http://www.aman-asia.orgInternational institute of Peace and Development Studies (IIPDS) in cooperation with ARF – AMAN is organizing “Youth for Peace Training Workshop” scheduled 11-15 September, 2014 in Bangkok. The deadline for application submission is 5th August, 2014. Target groups of the workshop are Young leaders, scholars, teachers, post graduate students, NGO and social workers, and anyone else with a…See More
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Training Workshop on "Youth For Peace" (YFP), 2013 at Bagkok, Thailand

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Youth for Peace Workshop Bangkok, ThailandDecember 12th – 18th 2013 IntroductionAsia is unique in its rich and diverse cultures, religions, natural and human resources. Unfortunately vast majority of the people still live under poverty line. Communal violence, suppression and deprivation of ethnic and religious minorities, arms race, war and conflict dashed the hope and aspirations for a peaceful, harmonious and prosperous Asian unity. Part of it, due to colonial legacy and globalization…See More
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Youth for Peace Workshop Bangkok, ThailandDecember 12th – 18th 2013 IntroductionAsia is unique in its rich and diverse cultures, religions, natural and human resources. Unfortunately vast majority of the people still live under poverty line. Communal violence, suppression and deprivation of ethnic and religious minorities, arms race, war and conflict dashed the hope and aspirations for a peaceful, harmonious and prosperous Asian unity. Part of it, due to colonial legacy and globalization…See More
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School Education and Post Conflict Reconstruction in Nepal

Education is essential to break the cycle of poverty and conflict. It can protect children during a conflict, help communities heal afterwards, and build peace and prosperity.The education system and practices are itself very much brittle in Nepal. The policy is not viable, state is not able to employ the mandatory education policy, poverty of people is the first hurdle to less school enrollment, and state has never paid attention to these issues. There are much more reasons which have…See More
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Conflict of Nepal and analysis through triple R

Background of Conflict1. BackgroundNepal, long known to outsiders as a peaceful heaven and the world’s only Hindu monarchy, has suffered more than a decade of violent armed conflict. Althoughthe nation’s first election was held in 1959, the following year King Mahendradismissed the cabinet, dissolved the parliament, and banned political parties.The 1962 constitution created a nonparty panchayat (council) system ofgovernment. A new constitution creating a constitutional monarchy and abicameral…See More
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I'm Dirgha raj from Kathmandu, just copleted Masters level in Conflict and Peace development Studies from Tribhuvan University.
The on goin peace process really motives me to study this progrmmme.
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Financial Company/ Conflict peace studies
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School Eduction
Armed police Force in Border Security
Tourism through Tourist Perspective: Backpackers in Kathmandu

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School Education and Post Conflict Reconstruction in Nepal

Posted on August 24, 2011 at 9:28am 0 Comments

Education is essential to break the cycle of poverty and conflict. It can protect children during a conflict, help communities heal afterwards, and build peace and prosperity.

The education system and practices are itself very much brittle in Nepal. The policy is not viable, state is not able to employ the mandatory education policy, poverty of people is the first hurdle to less school enrollment, and state has never paid attention to these issues. There are much more reasons which…

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Conflict of Nepal and analysis through triple R

Posted on September 10, 2010 at 5:32am 0 Comments

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Which Peace we are talking about; Personal or......

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 4:10am 0 Comments

As violence is directed by one person on to another like wise there is no need to be pessimistic because peace also is directed one on to other. Violence and peace are vice-versa. Violence first starts from personal or family violence then is speared out. But normally peace nowadays starts from an associations or groups, which is a pathetic situation. This clearly defines that personally every people lacks motivation towards peace.

As regards to history, peace is only the key element for… Continue

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At 4:28am on October 6, 2009, Sharon Rose Q. Dadang-Rafols said…
Nice to meet you in this network! Peace!
At 4:23pm on October 4, 2009, Caroline Hargreaves said…
Thank you for your kind common about our initiative! Excited to be able to provide a channel for people to express themselves! We hope to gather inspiring articles from all over the world- in fields ranging from politics, innovation, conflict resolution, culture and art! Please contact us if you would like to have an article published. Sincerely, Caroline
At 5:00pm on October 1, 2009, Danielle Goldberg said…
Hi Dirgha,
Thanks for connecting, and welcome to the network!
Danielle
At 5:32am on October 1, 2009, DR. ROLANDO Z. GANAC said…
Dear Dirgha:

Thank you for making me as your friend from Mindanao, Philippines. Like Enoch, I commend you for opening yourself on how to promote peace. I can be a resource speaker on peace, conflict resolution and mediation. I can share to your audience the Mindanao experience.


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At 6:01pm on September 30, 2009, Enoch Ongwara said…
Welcome to the network, Raj. I commend you for thinking of peace at your age, when most young people would be radicals in the negative sense.

Keep it up!

Enoch
 
 
 

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