Articles on Transitional Justice

Ram Bhandari, founder of NEFAD has published extensively on transitional justice on the disappeared and victims’ families.

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The State doesn’t see – 16 March 2016, Kathmandu Post

It takes two – 19 August, 2015, Kathmandu Post

Voices for Victims 2 May 2014, Kathmandu Post

Handling the Truth, 24 March 2014, Kathmandu Post

Dismantling Impunity, 19 January, 2014, Kathmandu Post

Nepal: The Transitional Justice Gap, 4 June, 2015, InfoJustice.net

Progress on Enforced Disappearance in Nepal, 13 January, 2014, The Missing Blog

The Next Episode, 8 December, 2013, Kathmandu Post

Impunity in the Time of Election, 28 October, 2013, Kathmandu Post

Justice Sidelined, 30 September, 2013, Kathmandu Post

Nepali NGOs have derailed the Human Rights Discourse, 9 September, 2013, Kathmandu Post

My Missing Father, 30 August 2013, Issue 671, Nepali Times, Kathmandu

Remember the disappeared, 30 August 2013, eKantipur.com, Kathmandu

Broken Justice, 15 July, 2013, Kathmandu Post

Alliance against amnesty, 9 April 2013, the Kathmandu Post, Kathmandu

Nothing, but the truth, 22-28 March 2013, Issue 648, Nepali Times, Kathmandu

The voice of the victims, 25 Jan, 2013, Nepali Times, Kathmandu.

Truth and Memory, Nepali Times, 5-11 October, 2012, Kathmandu, Nepal

Disappearance of Truth, Nepali Times, 31 August – 6 September, 2012, Issue 620, Kathmandu

Truth without Justice, Nepali Times, 6-12 April 2012, Kathmandu, Nepal

Forgotten Futures, Nepali Times, 26 August-1 September, Issue 568, 2011, Kathmandu, Nepal.

The Politics of Memory, Nepali Times weekly, 28 January – 3 Feb. 2011, Kathmandu Nepal.

Stolen Lives – the Disappearance Commission should ensure justice, not obstruct it, Nepali Times weekly, Issue no. 517, 27 August- 2 September, 2010, Kathmandu Nepal.

Missing Justice, Nepali Times, 8 Jan 2010, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Vanishing Hope: the Families of Nepal’s Disappeared are forgotten, Nepali Times Weekly, Issue 466, 28 Aug-3 Sept 2009. Kathmandu.

The Long, Long Wait, 18-24 July 2008, Nepali Times Weekly, Kathmandu.

How can we forget? 29 March- 6 April 2008, Nepali Times Weekly, Kathmandu.