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Concluding Observations on Fourth and Fifth Periodic Reports (Combined) of Nepal on CEDAW

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW Convention) is a significant document for the protection and promotion of human rights of women. Therefore, the Convention is often described as International Bill of Rights for Women. With the primary objective to eliminate discrimination against women and to ensure equality between men and women, the Convention, was adopted on the 18th of December 1979 by the General Assembly of the UN and entered into force from 3rd September 1981.

Download: Concluding Comments (English)