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INHURED International upholds the human rights doctrines adopted by the United Nations. It embraces universality, indivisibility and interdependence of human rights and strives for effective realization of international instruments at domestic level. The primary focus of the organization is to advocate on behalf of population who are in vulnerable position and who have been marginalized from the enjoyment of fundamental human rights and liberty.

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Our Recent Works

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Better Living Option Program (BLOP)

The BLOP is grounded on a holistic approach that aims to broaden the life options of adolescent by meeting their development needs...

 

 

The BLOP is grounded on a holistic approach that aims to broaden the life options of adolescent by meeting their development needs, while also promoting social change through the education of parents, the family, the community, and decision makers at the local, national and international level.  The framework of the BLOP model includes: individual capacity building, post-literacy and linkages with formal education, family life education; livelihoods such as vocational skills training; age-appropriate general and reproductive health services; and social mobilization through advocacy and community involvement.

 

 

 

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Promotion of Sustainable Livelihoods and Responsible Attitude to Environment

Risks of natural disasters have increased due to damaged forests...

Risks of natural disasters have increased due to damaged forests, encroachment on rivers, and construction of dirt roads in the affected area. Awareness on climate and disaster risk reduction is low, even though forests and water sources are vital for village economies. Municipalities in mountain and mid-hill regions face further environmental degradation, leading to increased risks during drought periods and rainy seasons. Villagers experience flooding, mudflows, and damage to agricultural plots and roads.

The 2015 earthquake has heightened disaster risk in the area. A project has been devised to promote sustainable livelihoods by establishing a nursery for reforestation, educating locals on renewable energy and energy efficiency, and enhancing their natural resource management skills. The project also aims to introduce environmental education in local schools and engage youth in environmental protection efforts to increase awareness, participation, and resilience to natural disasters.

 

 

 

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Advancing the Rights of Forced Migrants in Nepal

INHURED's project for refugees included a Legal Clinic...

INHURED's project for refugees included a Legal Clinic, youth leadership development, policy dialogues, media sensitization, para-legal training, and vital registration, along with activities like lobbying, testimonies production, newsletters, and a Yearbook on forced migration. The Legal Clinic provided crucial legal and counseling support. Collaboration with government officials aimed to tackle legal obstacles faced by forced migrants, especially Tibetan and other refugees. Advocacy efforts focused on third country resettlement for Bhutanese refugees, legal protection for Tibetan refugees, and immigration penalty waiver for urban refugees, with support from UNHCR and relief agencies. However, challenges remained as government officials were reluctant to address administrative and legal barriers in the community.

 

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Addressing Challenges of Forced Migration

As a continuation of the previous project in support of refugees and forced migration in Nepal..

 

 

As a continuation of the previous project in support of refugees and forced migration in Nepal, INHURED at different instances has also worked with officials from Ministry of Home, Law and Foreign affairs as well as other concerned institutions to find out their response in connection with legal hurdles of the Tibetan refugees. We also operated a Tibetan refugee specific legal clinic, did fact-findings and also conducted stocktaking of their livelihood options in the settlement.

During our conversations, we observed that government officials were reluctant in facilitating administrative and legal hurdles surfaced in the community. Further, our assistance and efforts was extended to refugees and asylum seekers towards advocacy at policy level, execution of resettlement in the third countries, and enhancing livelihood options. For instance, we worked closely with UNHCR for resettlement of refugees from Bhutan, advocated for a simpler visa-waiver process for urban refugees for those who are accepted for resettlement, and worked to assure safe transit of Tibetans from Nepal to India.

 

 

 

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