In Nepal, you pay a price if you, as someone Nepali society considers to not be sufficiently meritorious, comment on the issues the society suffers from or holds up a mirror.
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Girls and women need to be able to walk free just as boys and men. Boys and men MUST to do what they can to ensure that because every boy and man has a sister or a mother or an aunt or a grandmother or a female cousin or a wife or a female friend. One thing a boy or a man can do easily is be an ally and counter harassment whenever you see it happening.
Parts of Professor Thorat's presentation at the Politics of Dignity and Equity: Dalits in Nepal symposium. He talked about some of the issues faced by Dalits in Nepal, their remedies, including lessons learned from India.
The plight of marginalized Nepalese, notably, Dalits, women, Tharus and Tamangs, how education can uplift them, what COMMITTED is doing to that end and why I am involved in all that.
Difference of opinion should NOT stop one from fighting for the freedom of speech of another individual, as long as they exercise that right civilly, observing all the decorums expected of them in social discourses.
But, sadly, NOT everyone seems to think so.