Human Rights Treaty Monitoring Coordination Center (HRTMCC) is a coalition of human rights organizations established to monitor the implementation of the international human rights treaties ratified by Nepal. Currently, it has 65 members working in almost all areas of human rights, including civil and political rights; economic, social and cultural rights; rights of women; rights of children; dalit rights; the rights of migrants and the rights of persons with disabilities.

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Government Official, Ministers Pledge HR Commitment

Nepal Government Ministers and senior government officials have expressed commitment to human rights in separate meetings to UN Human Rights Committee vice-chairperson Margo Waterval on...

UN Expert Urges Nepal Govt to Start Investigation and Prosecution into Grave Violations

Margo Waterval, Vice-chairperson of the UN Human Rights Committee has urged the Nepal government to initiate investigation and prosecution of the perpetration of human rights...

NHRC to Try Its Best to Ensure Implementation of HRC Recommendations

NHRC chairperson Anupraj Sharma has pledged that his office would do its best to ensure implementation of the recommendations by UN Human Rights Committee.  Speaking...

Nepal Report Reviewed in HRC Session

The Human Rights Committee has concluded its consideration of the second periodic report of Nepal on its implementation of the provisions of the International Covenant...

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