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Lobby & Advocacy

The policy treatment for migrant workers is a key human rights challenge. A large number of people leave Nepal to seek employment abroad. Many of them face rights violations including forced labor, exploitation, sexual abuse, non-payment of wages, excessive work, limitation of mobility, denial of access to services, or workplace discrimination. The difficulties experienced by migrant workers are reported almost daily by the Nepali media. Effective justice mechanisms and advocacy are vital to narrow the gap between internationally accepted standards and the real-Life experiences of many migrant workers. In this context, PNCC has been working with human rights and migrant rights advocates as to how migrant rights can be understood in the framework, including establishment of government led and run sustaining rapid response mechanism and ratification of various international conventions on migrant workers. 

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Current Migration News

179 Nepalis Rescued from Human Traffickers , 20 Feb, 2019

A total of 179 Nepali citizens—147 women and 32 men—who were rescued from Manipur, India, brought to Kathmandu on Wednesday and these human traffic survivors have been kept in various shelter homes for now. For more information, please click the following link.

Study explores plight of Nepali female migrant workers in Gulf countries, 07 Jan, 2019

5 Jan, 2019, Kathmandu: The findings of the study showed that raising awareness among female migrant workers could make a change in their working lives.


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