• नेपालमा ग्रिन हाइड्रोजन उत्पादनको आवश्यकता र सम्भाव्यतानवदुर्गाको प्रसादस्वरुप टीका थाप्न र आशीर्वाद लिन मान्यजनका घरमा जानेको चहलपहलआज मिति २०७९ असोज २१ गते, शुक्रवारको राशिफलआज मिति २०७९ असोज २० गते, बिहीवारको हेर्नुस् राशिफलआज विजया दशमी : टीकाको साईत ११ बजेर ५१ मिनेटमा, यस्तो छ महत्वचाडपर्वमा घर जान नपाउने फौजीको पीडामा पुष्पनको ‘लाहुर’बडादशैंमा मनमुरी कृषि सहुलियत मिट मार्टको सहुलियत बजारपरिवारसँग रमाइलो गर्नुका साथै आफन्त तथा इष्टमित्रहरुसँग भेट गरेर दसैं मनाउने मेरो योजना छ- बरिष्ट सौन्दर्यबिद महराआज बडा दशैँको सातौं दिन अर्थात् फूलपाती । आज घरघरमा शुभसाइतको प्रतीक फूलपाती भित्र्याइँदैआज मिति २०७९ असाेज १६ गते, आइतवारको राशिफल

    International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances

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    प्रकाशित मिति : १४ भाद्र २०७९, मंगलवार ०७:०४

    International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances is marked every year on August 30 to honour and pay tribute to people who have faced enforced disappearances. Global organisations UN and Amnesty International observe this day to raise awareness about how enforced disappearance is a crime and should not be used as a tool to deal with situations of conflict. According to the UN, more than 6,000 people were registered as missing in Kosovo since 1999. Hence, the resource centre for missing persons in Kosovo has also been initiated by the UN.

    Not only Kosovo, Iran too had reported thousands of political dissidents to be either missing or dead as a result of the 1988 prison massacres across the country. Other countries like Syria, Sri Lanka, Argentina, and Zimbabwe have also reported the same and the number of missing people from these four countries were over 200,000. Read onto know about the history and significance of this day.

    History and Significance

    On December 21, 2010, the United Nations General Assembly officially proclaimed August 30 as the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances. The UN General Assembly on December 21 expressed its deep concern about the increase in enforced or involuntary disappearances across the world. The enforced disappearances can be caused by arrest, detention and abduction. Enforced disappearance is used as a strategy to create terror in society.

    The day is observed to raise awareness about the suffering of people who are arrested, detained or abducted against their will and governments refuse to disclose the whereabouts of such people. Enforced disappearance is a global problem that is still being practised around the world. It is a serious violation of human rights that is not restricted to a specific region.

    Many activists have openly shared their personal stories, at various media or public events, and opened up about victims of enforced disappearances and their impact on their families and communities.

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