Simone Galimberti

A tale of two countries: Human rights in Nepal and Singapore

I was planning to write about climate action and the need of a more committed

Inclusion and reservation: Experiences from other countries, remedies for Nepal

Over the last weeks there has been an outcry in relation to the lack of

Why Nepal should balance geopolitics and take advantage from China

Nepal, as an emerging country and neighbor of China, should really wish well to President

Federal and provincial elections: Test for the independent candidates  

As Nepal is in festive season while the preparations for the upcoming general elections are

Studying to migrate or to learn?

It was expected that, once in power, the new Labor government in Canberra would take

Protests against World Bank climate loan in Nepal: What went wrong?

Major international development organizations are not famous for their level of communication with the general

Seeing Kathmandu’s garbage crisis from the perspective of Banchare Danda and Sisdole 

On June 9, an agreement was reached between the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) and the

Why Nepal must speak out against human rights abuses in Myanmar

Now that China and Russia condemned Myanmar at the UN Security Council for executing four

Nepal should become a global champion in abolition of death penalty

I am more and more interested in the broader issues of human rights. Looking around,

A blueprint for political empowerment of Nepali women 

There is no doubt that the recently concluded local election was a huge disappointment from

Reviewing Nepal’s SPP debacle

There are many ways of describing Paul Kagame—the president of Rwanda, a ruthless autocrat whose

How to create a citizens’ assembly to tackle climate change?

Have you ever heard of the so-called “Democratic Fatigue Syndrome”? In simple terms, it refers

Empowering citizens to fight climate crisis

Global gatherings focused at tackling climate change or biodiversity loss are important. They bring leaders

Climate action governance: How Nepal can make it possible

It is probably the most difficult policy conundrum to crack. Strictly linked, through a perverse