Role of Youths and Human Rights | YHRC Nepal Conference. Image Source: Hamrolagi

Role of Youths and Human Rights | YHRC Nepal Conference

A conference on Role of Youths and Human Rights by Youth for Human Rights Campaign Nepal (YHRC Nepal) is going to be held on September 7 and 8, 2018 at the capital of the nation, Kathmandu. The conference is to come up with a set of measures to mobilize the youth to end the culture of human rights abuses and establish sustainable peace through the protection and promotion of human rights.

YHRC Nepal is a non-profit, non-government, and non-political organization established in September 2011 and registered at the District Administration Office, Kathmandu (Regd.No.33/068/069) under the Organization Registration Act 2034. It has been also affiliated with Social Welfare Council. YHRC Nepal has been closely working with National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), National Women Commission (NWC), National Dalit Commission (NDC), Human Rights Cell of Prime Minister Office, Security Agencies, and other National and International Organizations.

YHRC Nepal is working among youth since 2011 on human rights education awareness campaign and has been mobilizing more than 1000 volunteers from different regions of Nepal to bring about awareness about human rights. Youth role and leadership is important in promoting and protecting human rights, particularly the rights of the needy ones. They not only support and empower young people on burning human rights issues but it also encourages youth and aware their role to involve in human rights education campaign and other social activities to bring about peace and harmony in the society, community, and nation.

The conference, Role of Youths and Human Rights aims to enhance a positive attitude of youths toward human rights; provide a framework to analyze situations in terms of the human rights, and find ways for appropriate responses to human rights abuses and violations.

For more information about the conference, Role of Youths and Human Rights, you can visit their official website. Make sure to attend and support the conference on September 7 and 8!