This report outlines some of the major disagreements that have arisen during the constitution-building process in Nepal, at times severely threatening the peace process.

It also shows that bringing together opposing groups and finding common ground among them is possible.

Based on a series of political dialogues organized by the Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) and International IDEA, the report describes steps taken to create a safe space for meaningful interaction and the resulting consensus that was reached on some of Nepal’s most pressing issues.

Details

Publication date
15 June 2015
Language(s)
English
Author(s)
Nerine Guinée
Number of pages
44
Co-Publisher(s)
Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities

Contents

1. Introduction

2. The dialogues

3. The dialogues: issues and outcomes

4. Conclusion

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Inclusive Constitution Building: Identifying Common Ground through Political Dialogues on Contentious Constitutional Issues & Indigenous Peoples’ Concerns in Nepal

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