A significant obstacle for any human rights worker, journalist or researchers in Nepal is the lack of information being available on the history of the difficulties faced by people in Nepal over the past two decades. These key individuals who are working hard to raise the profile of human rights issues in the country have been lacking a well organized and fully equipped Human Rights Resource Centre.
In its role of media monitor and being aware of the need for such a facility IHRICON has developed a well equipped Resource Centre within its Kathmandu office.
It is a multi lingual facility with a fully indexed library of the following:
- children rights,
- children in Armed Conflict,
- training manuals,
- women violence,
- women health,
- women 's rights,
- trafficking law,
- video archive,
- press articles,
- Human Rights Violation News cuttings,
- Political parties agreement,
- National and International treaties and conventions,
- and various other material which is connected with the Rights of people both national and international.
Interested individuals and organizations have been encouraged to use the Resource Centre and many people have used the material to further their research into the subject.
IHRICON wishes to offer the facility to as many people as possible both in person and also via our website and our email address. Please contact us to find out more information about the wealth of material we have readily available.