Stories from 2016

Painting of searching for the truth

In search of Truth and Justice; art by Martin Travers in Bhurigaun, Bardiya.

 

Megan Keeling

Megan Keeling (Nepal)

Megan Keeling is a graduate student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where she is focusing on conflict resolution and security studies. Prior to coming to Fletcher, she worked for a women’s health care association in Washington, DC. Her projects included facilitating educational programs on reproductive health and managing and promoting a searchable database of providers of long-acting, reversible contraception. Before that, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in northern Jordan, where she taught English as a second language and developed an environmental education program in her school. Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in English and Women’s studies at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA

AP’s Peace fellow Megan Keelings shares the stories on disappearances in Nepal: Story-telling and Speaking Out

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August 1: Actor, Director, Activist: An Interview with Rajan Khatiwada at Mandala Theater        

July 17: Transitional justice, near and farTransitional justice, near and far   

June 30: “Now I am a complete man”: The journey from fighter to peace builder for ex-PLA combatants

June 24: Ritual and Remembrance for the Disappeared

June 16:  Meet the Bardiya Quilters

June 8: Memory, activism, and quilting in Bardiya

June 4: A crash course in transitional justice: Nepal edition

May 27: Next Stop – Kathmandu!