The Impact of ILO 169 on State Commitments and Policies in Nepal
AuthorPoudyal Ghimire, Susma
Nepal adopted ILO Convention No. 169 in 2007, and its principles have been applied in national legislation and policies to enhance the acknowledgment of indigenous peoples' rights in practice. The research highlights the changes in Nepal's acknowledgment and protection of indigenous peoples' rights after the country ratified of ILO 169. Thus, it will investigate the Nepalese government's adoption of legislative measures including constitutional, legal, and institutional commitments. Similarly, it will shed light on government measures aimed at integrating legislative commitment to various policies and programs. In addition, I will point out the difficulties involved with the implementation of program policies aimed at addressing Indigenous peoples' rights.
PublisherUiT Norges arktiske universitet
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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