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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)
Development Professional with 10 years of experience managing human rights, conflict resolution, post-conflict peace building, media development and community mobilization projects in Nepal. Experience working with UN agencies, including UN Mission in Nepal (UNMIN), UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and UNESCO, as well as national and local NGOs.
Please indicate if you're joining PCDN as an individual or organization (please mark the appropriate category)
individual (professional)
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Nepal,Indian,Thailand, Indonesia,Switzerland, Germany , France , The Netherlands .
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?
Nonprofit Organization Management Professional
How many years professional experience do you have ?
6-10
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
Bengali, Urdu
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Development, Human Rights, Information and Communication Technology, Internally Displaced, Humanitarian Relief, Media, Organizational Development, Peacebuilding, Refugees, Youth
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Communication, Program Administration, Program Design, Research, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
1. Situation study of Internal Displaced People(IDP)By Nepali Armed Conflict in Midwestern Nepal.
2. Nepali Child soldiers .
3. Post conflict justice in Nepal
4. Peace Journalism
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
You can find my articles in my blog as well . Here are some other articles which i have recently published .

http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2011/07/27/oped/the-ide...
http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2011/01/10/oped/recordi...
http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2011/06/06/oped/right-t...
http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2011/05/28/oped/guilty-...

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At 5:19am on December 4, 2011, A.H.M.Mainuddin Ahmed(jahangir) said…

Hi Yaudab,

Namastee. All the great views of BNepal. Stay well.

jahangir

At 2:47pm on January 28, 2011, Dr.Venkat Pulla said…
thank you yadab. it is good to see your posts and understand regional issues from your perspective. Dr Venkat Pulla
At 11:38am on June 8, 2010, Manu said…
Dear Yadav ji,

I need some information from you, so can you please call me 9841266179.
Manu
Kathmandu,Nepal
At 5:25pm on January 28, 2010, Dan Moody said…
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At 6:12pm on June 7, 2009, M. Ashaq Malik said…
Hi Yadab,

Many thanks for your message. I am extremely sorry writing to you so late because of lack of internet connectivity. It is nice meeting you. With best regards
Ashaq
At 7:58pm on March 18, 2009, Caroline Jaine said…
Yadab,
Thanks for leaving me a message....I am currently reseaching the work of the UN in Nepal - do you have any personal insight I can add. Any thoughts in brief I can quote?
Best wishes
Caroline
At 7:22pm on February 17, 2009, Prabha Sankaranarayan said…
Thanks Yadab. I have just sent your documents back.
Good luck.
At 8:10am on February 10, 2009, Sana said…
thanks for your comment. it's been awhile since i've been on this...pardon me. i haven't done much refugee resettlement work since last year but now i'm working on a documentary that will spread awareness of how immigration is affecting children in my city of tacoma, washington. if you have any thoughts or ideas, let me know!
At 10:15am on January 29, 2009, Sie.Kathieravealu said…
The nature of the conflicts are different but both strive for good governance for a pleasant living to everyone.

So my suggestions can be applied in Nepal may be with some modifications.

Awaiting your comments.
At 6:27am on January 16, 2009, Sie.Kathieravealu said…
The problem and struggle in Nepal is different from the problem and struggle in Sri Lanka

One of the main causes of the unrest in the country has been recently been told in public that "the country belongs to the Sinhalese" and it has not been refuted by anyone in authority. This thinking is one of the basic causes. Please think it over. It was the original thinking of the first Prime Minister D.S.Senanayake in 1948 and he started putting it into practice without telling it openly. First and foremost he started to weaken the Tamils politically by introducing the citizenship act and the colonization schemes. It was followed by the language policy of S.W.R.D.Bandaranayake in 1956 and this was further followed by his widow, the first woman Prime Minister of the world with the introduction of "standardization" in education policy, nationalizing trade and estates during her period 1970 to 1977.

I do not want to go further because these have been said and written for far too long a period. It is better to move towards a solution rather than continue to express or analyze the problem. We will have to aim for a change of heart not just a change of mind. Dialogues go beyond sharing and understanding to transforming participants. While the process begins with the individual, it eventually involves groups and institutions. Ultimately, dialogues can effect how policies are made.

With this end in view, I have prepared a set of suggestions that would lead to peace in the country is humbly submitted for your valuable comments:

In Sri Lanka, the trouble started due to discrimination and injustice and continues due to bribery and corruption. These may be the reasons for troubles in other countries too.

Current wars have to be ended and new wars have to be prevented. To achieve this goal the present system of Democratic Governance has to be changed to one that is really democratic in its true sense.

In the present democratic system it is only the powerful - speech, money and thuggery - can join the ruling class to suppress or convert others all others as their subjects and is a fertile ground for "corruption" in various forms to thrive.

In my opinion "Corruption" includes any kind of waste, neglect and every form of malpractice, dishonesty, abuse, misuse, unreasonable exercise of power, failure or refusal to exercise power, anything and everything left undone which results in the right of the people being denied or impaired.

Without a "just society" in existence much talked about "terrorism" cannot be eradicated. For the creation of a "just society" there should be "good governance" in the country. For the creation of "good governance" in the country "corruption" in ALL its forms must be eradicated. And to eradicate "corruption" the present democratic system of governance, where full power to make final decisions ultimately rests in the hands of one person, must be changed.

So the only way to salvage a country is to change the present system of governance to one that is truly democratic where the final decision-making power will NOT be in the hands of ONE person BUT shared by as many people as possible and thus restricting any individual hasty decisions that might lead to trouble everywhere.

To make a country truly democratic, the powers of the Parliament (the decision making supreme body of a country) should be split and separated and each of the separated powers must be handled by different groups of persons selected and elected by the people for the purpose of administering EACH SET OF POWERS or duties as the case may be so that no single group has the full power. All the groups together will make the whole. The country is not divided but the powers of parliament are divided/separated.

Different groups have to be elected for such purposes as administration, fiscal management, planning, implementing, policy and law making, auditing and for any other function that may be deemed necessary.

The group that is entrusted with the power to make laws and regulations shall not be given the duty/power of implementing/administering the laws and regulations.

Particular care should be taken to see that all powers are NOT CONCENTRATED in one place and that they do not overlap and there must not be a secret budget to be handled by a single person.

All transactions should be transparent including Diplomacy which has to be diplomatically transparent.

One set of powers dealing with the development of the country should be given to the set of representatives at the village level. The people of each and every village must be empowered to determine their way of life (lifestyle). The life-style of a village, its lands and resources shall not be disturbed by external forces.

All plans of development of a village that remotely/indirectly affects the village must have the concurrence of the people of that village concerned.

It has to be ensured that people are treated equitably regardless of their gender, race, colour, ethnic or national origins, age, disability, socio-economic background, religious or political beliefs and affiliations, marital status, family responsibilities, sexual orientation or other inappropriate distinction;

The decision-making powers with regard to each and every set of powers must be spread through-out the country.

With such system in practice discrimination, injustice, bribery and corruption, the four pillars of an Evil society might become history.

When the above four pillars of Evil are eradicated, the people would be living under a system that would guarantee sustainable peace, prosperity and a pleasant living to everyone in any country.

Comments on the above views are solicited from everyone with a view to prevent future wars and end current wars.
 
 
 

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