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Jade Frank and L. B. Thapa are now friends
May 15, 2012
L. B. Thapa replied to Nura Suleiman's discussion Train-the-Trainers Workshop on Human Rights Education Call for Participation
"Hi Nura Suleiman, Thanks for posting such notice! Please let me know if one of the Nepalese from Asia can be  considered to apply in this ToT though this call is clearly encourages to apply the eligible candidates only from Ethiopia, Kenya,…"
Jan 12, 2012
L. B. Thapa posted a status
"Hi Janathan I trust on ur method learning from the succcess and AI but why Nepal is failure to transform into peace from prsent conflict?"
Jan 12, 2012
L. B. Thapa commented on Jennifer Lentfer's blog post Language Matters
"pls let me know how can I be helpful in this regards though I'm in Nepalese village in Nepal not much different from Ethiopia? thank you, L B please access me at apasmalb@gmail.com"
Sep 22, 2011
L. B. Thapa replied to Morea Steinhauer's discussion 'Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Social Change' online course offered by the United Nations mandated University for Peace (UPEACE) Centre for Executive Education - Nov 1st
"It is excellent pls feed or guide me in future through my email apasmalb@gmail.com I'm interested to puruse this course. thank you L B  "
Sep 22, 2011
L. B. Thapa commented on Sarah Hillyer's blog post Integration vs. Assimilation: Does anyone have a great article or resource?
"Integration vs. Assimilation It is possible to save and practice own culture in integration however there is no possibility to mainatain and poractice self culture and keep own identity in assimilation. L B"
Jun 17, 2011
L. B. Thapa commented on Joost van der Zwan's blog post Practice note on conflict sensitive land policy and land reform
"                                                                                   &n…"
May 13, 2011
L. B. Thapa commented on MasterPeace's blog post MasterPeace Winning Cartoons ( Part Two)
"So called peace keepers US alliance in the name of NATO are killing innocent people which is wrongful act to bombard in several independent countries like Queba, Afganistan, Iraq, and others. Allowing to attack in other countries by United…"
Apr 30, 2011
Muhammad Tahir Tabassum left a comment for L. B. Thapa
"Dear Mr. Thapa, Its my pleasure to visit your profile in peace network. We can be good friend and partner in future. Peace."
Apr 17, 2011
L. B. Thapa replied to Craig Zelizer's discussion Seeking Feedback on Impact/Benefits of Being a Member of the PCDN Network
"Thanks Dr. Craig Zelizer for solicitig feedback from network members through monitoring the impact of the network.   Well I'm satisfied getting new information from you ! Needless to say how do you manage your…"
Mar 21, 2011
L. B. Thapa replied to Craig Zelizer's discussion Call for Applications, Metta Mentors Nonviolence Immersion Program, Berkeley, CA Summer 2011
"I love to help to this retreat since I'm above 18-35 years old. It is intersting if I could be helpful to support Mentees through Nonviolence Immersion Programme. Kindly let me know emailing at apasmalb@gmail.com Thank you, L B"
Feb 21, 2011
L. B. Thapa and Ping Ping Worakate are now friends
Feb 16, 2011
L. B. Thapa replied to Richard Eisendorf's discussion Does Egyptian civil society have what it takes?
""In sha' Allah" very perfect anatomy of a current incident taken in Egypt. Congratulation to all who have made possible for so called impossible as stated. I agree with the statement of  Christine…"
Feb 16, 2011
L. B. Thapa commented on Jeff Thompson's blog post Whats Happening In Conflict Resolution 02.15.11
"If there is only two conflicting parties it is possible to legal mediation but as whole society and nation is under conflict we need to seek other alternatives. In my opinion the existing legal provision left working..."
Feb 15, 2011
L. B. Thapa replied to Ping Ping Worakate's discussion Call for Applications: Peace Revolution June Fellowship Program for Youth opens until February 18, 2011
"Hi Ping I agree to your both two of the paragraphs. It is time for paradigm shift of peace.  I would like to participate getting ful schiolarship for 10 days Inner peace retreat but I 'm 40+ please suggest if there is other means that I…"
Feb 8, 2011
L. B. Thapa left a comment for Ping Ping Worakate
"Hi Ping please post me at apasmalb@gmail.com if you think that I could contribute in the future throuigh peace revolution. Thank you , L B  "
Feb 8, 2011

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
L. B. Thapa; 10 June 1969, Nepal;Home: Buddhanagar, Kathmandu Work: Tel:5528781
Tel 9841334013
Expertise: Environmental and Human rights, Environmental Justice and Public Interest Litigation

Area of work/specialization: Conservation of nature and natural resources management in mainstreaming environmental rights in national policy.
Involved in small grant UNEP project with IUCN Nepal in mainstreaming environmental rights in the new Constitution and Integration of environmental concerns into the new National Constitution since October 2006 to till date. Publication Thapa, L. B. and Narayan Belbase, Country Study Authors (2007) Environmental Justice and Rural Communities Nepal in Patricia Moore and Firuza Pastakia, eds. (2007), Environmental Justice and Rural Communities : Studies from India and Nepal, IUCN Bangkok, Thailand and Gland Switzerland
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Not in country specific contributed in peace and conflict resolution perspective as an expertise.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Nepal
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
I'm consulatatnt to the International Union for Conservation of Natute (IUCN), I graduated law from Nepal and purseued post graduate in enviroenmntal law from World-wide fund for Nature India WWF/The Ford Foundation. Currently Thesis is yet to be submitted in Anthropology at Tribhuwan University, Nepal.
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://groups.google.com/group/apasma
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Culture, Education, Environment, Human Rights, Rule of Law, Social Entreprenuership
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Program Administration, Research, Qualitative Skills, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Mainstreaming environmental;l rights and integration of environmental concerns in to the constitution; Environmental justice in rural and natural resource context
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Not published yet in peace and conflict resolution perspective.

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At 1:46am on April 17, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Mr. Thapa,

Its my pleasure to visit your profile in peace network.

We can be good friend and partner in future.

Peace.
At 12:53pm on July 31, 2009, Ping Ping Worakate said…
Hello L.B.Thapa
Please sign up at www.peacerevolution2010.org to be able to participate in the program. Thank you for your interest. Let's keep in touch.
Inner Peace
Ping
At 4:57pm on July 30, 2009, Ping Ping Worakate said…
Hi
After we accomplished the pilot project with young adults from 10 countries last February, we're ready to launch the Peace Revolution live project. We now open for people at all ages to taste INNER PEACE and an online SELF-DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. Moreover, for those ages between 21-30 years old who register before 31 August 2009 will have a special privilege to seek for scholarship to join the international conference in Thailand in February 2010. If you're interested in, please do not hesitate to register and try our 4 stages of fun and dynamic self-development. Or if you could think of some of your friends or network who may interest in this initiative, please kindly send our invitation or website to them. Thank you very much. We're looking forward to hear from you soon. Let's collaborate to heal the world we live...!
World Peace thru Inner Peace
WWW.PEACEREVOLUTION2010.ORG
At 5:47pm on July 29, 2009, william j manosh said…
Welcome New Members/Scholars!..............
 
 
 

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