Against Forceful Eviction- Land and Housing right movement, Against forceful eviction, Peaceful rally Against forceful eviction
The right to housing is one of the most fundamental human rights. Under international law, to be adequately housed means having a secure space to live in – without having to worry about being forcefully evicted or having your home taken away. It means living somewhere that gives a sense of security and where you have access to proper services, schools, and employment.
- Land and Housing right movement
Nepal Mahila Ekata Samaj has been advocating and advocating for land and housing rights in 15 districts. The women of the community organized and organized a campaign for land and housing rights under the leadership of women. We have been active in the campaign for advocating with government for Identification, verification and distribution of spare parts for families from landless and informal settlement.
- Against forceful eviction
Forced eviction has remained a perennial reality in Nepal. On 8 May 2012 and again on 11 November 2022, the Government of Nepal deployed around security personnel who entered into Thapathali area (in Kathmandu) try to dismantle houses and on 2012 government evicted people in a very inhuman way, not even letting the communities collect their belongings. In the name of expanding the Bagmati River corridor and beautification plan of the government they are planning to evict the landless and informal settlement located in riverside area. The community is still struggling for better options and living in mental stress of being forcefully evicted yet again. And there has been various
- Peaceful rally against forceful eviction
During the protest against the forced uprising, the leaders of the landless community were repeatedly threatened, threatened and charged with various accusations. Nepal Mahila Ekata Samaj is leading the campaign for the protection of women human rights defenders while pressuring the government to ensure land and housing rights. In addition, as a member of the National Network of Women Human Rights Defenders, it continues to take leadership for the identity, protection and rights of human rights defenders.