News and Events
FEDO provided educational support materials to the earthquake affected 452 students belong to Dalit and marginalized community from 18 government schools at the 4 VDCs and 2 municipalities' of three districts namely Nuwakot, Dhading and Sindhupalchwok.
Dolakha/Namdu, 09 Jan, 2015, Professor P.H.D Chikako Aoki, Nihon University has visited FEDO office on 23 December, 2015 with Rs, 40000, which was collected by the student of Nihon University to support earthquake survivors in Nepal.
Nepalgung/December 22, Kala Swarnakar has been elected as the new president of the Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO) from the 4th Annual General Convention that concluded on Tuesday in Nepalgung. A team of 15 different positions of the central committee were elected by the convention.
Kathmandu /December 1, The Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO) has conducted an interaction program with the theme “Rights of Dalit and Dalit Women in the New Constitution and the Challenges of Implementation' in the capital city. The interaction was held on the occasion of '16 days campaigning' regarding 25th International day for against women discrimination.
Kathmandu/December 1, The Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO) has conducted a two-day workshop on review its Five Years Strategy Plan with the grand participation of central and district level committee member and personnel. FEDO is going to prepare a new two-year strategic action plan reviewing the previous Five Years strategy.
Kathmandu/10, December, FEDO jointly celebrated 67th International Human Rights Day: Human Rights 2015, Bhirkutimandap, Kathmandu, Nepal, with the slogan "Our Rights, our Freedoms, Always" in collaboration of different human rights organization, civil society organizations, Beyond Beijing committee, INSEC, Rastriya Dalit Network, Feminist Dalit organization.
(Geneva, November 5, 2015) – United Nations member states yesterday urged Nepal to ensure the rights and equality of Dalits. Seventeen member states raised their concerns and recommendations on caste equality discrimination at the United Nations Periodic Review (UPR) of Nepal.