The Nepal Constitution which includes a section on new citizenship provisions which has implications on the ability of women to confer nationality on their children. Although the constitution now states either mothers or fathers can confer citizenship on their children, there are still a number of discriminatory provisions against women to pass on nationality on an equal basis with men.
This is the full text of the Act on the Public Employment Service, enacted by the Finnish Parliament. It was adopted on 30/12/2002 and has been in force since 01/01/2003.
This law, following its various amendments, sets out the general administrative and procedural rules for the Ombudsman’s appointment, investigations and other tasks.
The National Code of Nepal (in Nepalese only) is the first unified law enacted in the 20th Century, more specifically, on 2020 Bhadra 1 (1963) with the objective of maintaining peace and fostering good relations among people irrespective of class, caste or region. Procedural, criminal, civil, and penal provisions are incorporated in the law. The National Code has been amended many times due to changing social, political, and economical situation of Nepal.
The Act, which was passed by the Scottish Parliament on 3 June 2009, creates new statutory offences to protect victims who are targeted because of their disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity.
This document provides a summary of the Interim Constitution of Nepal with regard to the rights of Dalits.
This document provides a summary of the Interim Constitution of Nepal with regard to children's rights.
This document provides a summary of the Domestic Violence (Crime and Punishment) Act of Nepal.
This document provides a summary of the Interim Constitution of Nepal with regard to religious rights.
This document reviews the Interim Constitution of Nepal with regard to women's rights.