7th Annual South Asia Regional Human Rights Summit 2019 in Nepal.

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February 15, 2019
Arabic Summer School 2019 in Rabat, Morocco.
February 21, 2019

Deadline – April 8, 2019.

Youth for Human Rights Nepal will be holding its 7th Annual Asia Human Rights Summit on April 19 & 20, 2019 at Kathmandu, Nepal. We are calling on young people to be Youth Delegates representing their countries from South Asia. There is no boundary for any other countries who like to participate as an observer, as well as inviting attendees from all walks of life who are passionate about the importance of human rights education.

A population ignorant of its rights cannot demand or defend them. Yet few in the world today know even two or three of their 30 rights as expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

Join officials and advocates from around the world who work for equality and justice through human rights education. Hear from youth and adult human rights champions. Collaborate with other passionate young men and women to make human rights a global reality.

The Conference will feature the 2019 Human Rights Hero Awards, acknowledging those whose courage and determination has raised the bar on human rights in their respective nations and communities.

Youth for Human Rights Nepal has been working in Nepal since 2004 as a representative of Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) based in Los Angles UAS. The purpose of the YHRI is to teach people about human rights specifically the United Nations (UN) Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR) and inspire them to become advocates of peace and tolerance. Youth for Human Rights Nepal is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political organization. It is a registered rights organization actively engaged in the education and promotion of human rights, working particularly among the Youth (in school, colleges and social sector) to promote the respect, recognition and protection of the individual and collective rights and activities at the national level. It has also been engaged for providing the educational program of Human Rights and capacity building (training, workshop, meetings, human rights database building), campaign and urgent appeals, networking and strengthening relationship and make youth aware about it.

Location: Nepal


  • broaden ideas on Human Rights.
  • greater focus on the global perspectives of Human Rights.
  • knowing the importance of Human Rights.
  • assist communities in articulating concerns, documentation, fact-findings on Human Rights.
  • networking with peers.
  • learning in a new space.
  • capacity building.
  • invest in yourself.
  • the energy of like-minded individuals.


  • Must be 16 years above.
  • Must be able to speak English.
  • Strong interest in the topic of the conference.
  • Keen interest on Human Rights.

Participants can represent their country as Youth Delegates representing only from South Asia. Whereas, there are no boundary for any other countries who like to participate as an observer.

Eligible Regions: Open for All.



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