VIDEO: Developing a National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325 for Nepal

   •    June 11, 2012

Bandana Rana is one of the leading players of the women’s movement in Nepal, with more than two decades of active engagement in promoting women’s rights and gender equality. She is currently the executive president of Saathi, an NGO working on violence against women and children in Nepal. She recently worked with the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction as a lead consultant of the technical working group for developing the UNSCR 1325 & 1820 National Action Plan. Ms. Rana has conducted many studies, advocacy, and research programs related to gender-based violence during the conflict and post-conflict situation in Nepal. When she visited Inclusive Security’s offices in 2011 she sat down with our staff to talk about her work and how she thought others could apply Nepal’s model of developing a National Action Plan for 1325.

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