Nordic Talks: Women in Transition: Participation in Times of Change
Women’s political participation is a critical component of democratic dialogue and social cohesion, and women’s contribution to central decision-making processes is essential for meaningful governance of Nepal.
EU rejoinder regarding an article that appeared in Républica on 27 January 2015 ('We met Raut on human rights grounds: Envoys')
The future course of Norwegian security policy
The Government will continue the main lines of Norwegian security policy, strengthen cooperation with Europe, and intensify Norway’s efforts in Europe’s southern neighbourhood.
Two years after the earthquake: Reconstruction in Langtang
2200 meters above sea level in Rasuwa district lies the small village of Thulo Syafru. The village is charming, colorful, with strong community figures, and beautiful scenery. However, its recent history has been rough.
Measuring progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 16
The Norwegian Embassy in Kathmandu hosted a workshop 23-24 May 2017 on how to measure progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG 16).
No change in where to apply for visa and resident permits
Despite upcoming changes in visa procedures, applying will still take place in Kathmandu.
Sherpa's of Nepal receive Norwegian award
Nepal’s Sherpa People have received a Norwegian award for their work, humility and knowledge of Mountains.
Passing on the light with 20 years of renewable energy development
On July 15th 2017, the National Rural and Renewable Energy Programme (NRREP) concluded, after 20 years of renewable energy development in the country.
Improving Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response in Far West Nepal
Today, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kathmandu signed an agreement extending the cooperation with UNFPA Nepal, and their work for improving the situation for women and girls in Far West Nepal.