martedì 20 dicembre 2011

Nepal - Il governo accoglie le raccomandazioni di AI sui lavoratori migranti.

Minister of Labour and Transport Management of Nepal Sarita Giri thanked Amnesty International for the latest research report titled 'False Promises: Exploitation and Forced Labour of Nepali Migrant workers'. Meeting with Amnesty International delegation on 15 December 2011 led by Norma Kang Muico, Researcher of Amnesty International, Asia-Pacific Migrants' Rights, she assured to implement the recommendations made by the report. She further said, "There are a number of problem in the foreign migration and we are committed for a change."
On the occasion minister Giri said that the report by AI is very useful to the government and the government will take it very seriously particularly the recommendations made by it. She added that government has many challenges but she will be using her all capacity in favour of migrant workers in humanitarian ground.
Leader of AI delegation Norma Kang Muico handed over the report to minister and briefed her about the highlights of the report.
On the occasion, consultant of AI Mike Kaye and Director of AI Nepal Rameshwar Nepal were also present.
Earlier, the delegation had a meeting with Constitution Assembly (CA) Members who are looking after the migration issue. In the meeting AI's delegate members briefed the highlights of the report. CA members Shanti Adhikari, Binda Pandey, Gagan Thapa, Rabindra Adhikari and Tilak Ranabhat were present in the meeting.
AI had launched it's report on 13th December 2011 in Kathmandu.

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