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Memories and Livelihood Together

The Bardiya Conflict Victim Cooperative Group  in Bardiya is linking memory and livelihood initiatives to engage women members to localize transitional justice in rural Nepal. This group has brought rural women to produce memory quilt that help them creating an emotional solidarity, building a collective action and sustaining their truth and memory concerns at community level.

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Snatched from the Family
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The moment of Capture

 

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Blindfolded and detained

 

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Taken at Gunpoint

 

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Embroidering the image is done in a group and is therapeutic

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Family members with their memory squares

Tiger Bags

Ladies with their Tiger bags as a livelihood tool in Bardiya

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Embroidery Training in Bardiya

 

Family members of the disappeared in Bardiya are creating advocacy quilts to speak out about the continued injustice of enforced disappearance.

Learn more about the quilters, then click here to support this program.

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