Facilitation of a Workshop on Memorialization, Reconciliation and Constructive Dealing with the Future in Nepal

More than 15 years after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord, the establishment of documentation centres and places for remembering the armed conflict (1996-2006) is still an important shortcoming in Nepal. Conflicting views on historical events are a contributory factor behind the general lack of central government initiatives to set up major memorial sites and documentation centres on conflicts. A diversity of perspectives or victim groups’ voices are generally not included. The topic also does not officially appear on the curriculum in schools.


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