Sugam Singh (Nepal)


Sugam Singh (Nepal)

Sugam Singh (Society Welfare Action Nepal – SWAN): Sugam earned a BA in 2010 from the University of New Orleans. After being involved with The World Affairs Council of New Orleans (WACNO) and International Stability Operations Association (ISOA), he returned to Nepal in 2012 to better understand the peace process and local conflict management. He has worked with the Nepal Peace Support Project (NPSP), interned at the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction and is involved in a project on Negotiation with International Bridges to Justice. Sugam was studying for an MA in Dispute and Conflict Resolution at the University of Oregon when he undertook his fellowship. ssingh@advocacynet.org



06 Aug

Sending Your 10 year old Daughter Away to work Part 2: Delusional Altruism

Continuing from my last post… After talking to Ram Dwari Chaudhary about her daughter, Sharmila

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Posted Aug 06, 2014

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31 Jul

Sending Your 10 year old Daughter Away to work Part 1: Between a rock and a hard place

SWAN’s campaign to eliminate the Kamalari practice has seen much success in the past decade

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Posted Jul 31, 2014

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17 Jul

The Road Ahead for SWAN

Society Welfare Action Nepal (SWAN)  is approaching an organizational crossroads very soon! SWAN has been working

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Posted Jul 17, 2014

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09 Jul

Snakes on a Plain

The town (using the term very loosely) that I am living in is terribly small

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Posted Jul 09, 2014

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07 Jul

Status Update

It has been a while since I wrote something, and I tremendously apologize for not

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Posted Jul 07, 2014

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30 May

Fighting the culture of impunity in Nepal

The statistics are alarming , and even worse is the action or a complete lack

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Posted May 30, 2014

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