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Legal Pluralism, Cultural Contestation and Gender (In)justice: An Interpretation of Womenʼs Rights Cases in the Supreme Court of Nepal (Digital Himalaya Project & the Britain-Nepal Academic Council, 2010-10-20)In the nineteen nineties, encouraged by the restoration of multiparty parliamentary democracy, a new more liberal constitution, better organized and funded social movements, and the increasing influence of international ...
(Britain-Nepal Academic Council, 2010-03-18)Nepal’s political and civil society leaders are rightly credited with a remarkable nationally-owned peace process. From 2003 onwards, the United Nations began its support through a low-key good offices role to encourage ...