Radha Paudel: STOP RAPE in Nepal
  • Petitioning Prime Minister,Nepal Government

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Office of Prime Minister, SinghDarbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Prime Minister,Nepal Government

Radha Paudel: STOP RAPE in Nepal

    1. Radha Paudel
    2. Petition by

      Radha Paudel

      Kathmandu, Nepal

In Nepal, three RAPE cases are reported a week. But there are many unreported cases happening everyday. Women and girls are not safe whether they are at Home, School, Street, Public Transport, Workplace, or the Airport. Violence against women is NOT only a issue for women or for Nepal. It is a Common and Global Issue - as we have seen in India. How bad must it get before we demand action? 

True peace and justice is only possible in the absence of Violence Against Women because we believe that  `No women, No, Peace'. 

Our government must move forward to treat violence against women as a serious problem. They must instruct the police to register and investigate every case that is brought to them and bring the perpetrators to justice. We can not have peace in Nepal unless our government upholds the rights of our citizens to live without the fear of violence in the home, the workplace, and public places. 

Thus, being a citizen, I, Radha Paudel, would like to request you to sign this petition to pressure the government to publically hold the police accountable for registering and investigating RAPE and amend policies on it.


Prime Minister,Nepal Government, Office of Prime Minister, SinghDarbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
STOP RAPE in Nepal

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Recent signatures


    1. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Joakim Van Mahn SANDEFJORD, NORWAY
      • 5 months ago

      One day I will have a wife, maybe a daughter or niece. They need to know that I am here to protect them.

    • Anita Kanitz STUTTGART, GERMANY
      • about 1 year ago

      Violence against women is widespread in Nepal, according to a study by the Health Ministry has every 5th Wife for her 15th Experienced years of physical violence. About 60% of survivors of sexual or physical violence say they have never spoken to anyone about it. Only 23% have sought outside help, according to his own statement. If cases of violence against women are reported to the police, Nepalese authorities take this not often seriously - most ads end with a compromise between victim and perpetrator, what the perpetrators motivated to more brutal deeds. This has to stop, women rights are human rights.

      • about 1 year ago

      Its a right


    • Sujan Katuwal KATHMANDU, NEPAL
      • about 1 year ago

      There should not be the discrimination between the race and the caste. Stop Violence Against Women!!!

    • Laura Mattei MAZZANO ROMANO (RM), ITALY
      • over 1 year ago

      Males never think they were born by women who carried them inside for many months, loving them even before seeing them? What's wrong with men?


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