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Creating Secure Future For Nepali Youths : Importantly, intolerance, hollow promises, the sale of dreams, double standards, nepotism, and favouritism have plagued Nepal's politics, by Narayan Prasad Ghimire (rn 14/07/2023)

Youth programmes announced but not executed : Almost all youth programmes focused on entrepreneurs have not been implemented, Auditor General's report says, by Krishana Prasain (kp 17/07/2022)

Mentorship and coaching of youth: When they can make the difference, by Simone Galimberti (ht 11/11/2021)

What are Nepali youth thinking?, by Jagannath Lamichhane, Sanjaya Mahato and Sushav Niraula (rep 16/05/2021) [see corresponding Niti report],Catch Them Young For Integrity Building, by Mukti Rijal (rn 08/04/2021)

Nepal’s casteist youths: Of the Nepali youths I surveyed, most said human beings are equal. Yet they also expressed their reluctance to marry outside their caste, by Mim Bahadur Pariyar (ae 14/08/2020)

In the criticism against the Oli administration, Nepali youth are eerily silent: Many young people fear the might of the current government as it is the strongest in decades while others have their own interests to protect, say youth activists, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/01/2020)

Sense and insensitivity: We are cultivating masses of insensitive, irresponsible, misogynistic youths who wouldn’t even go the length to be humans first, by Ushma Rebel (rep 29/12/2019)

Youth club, youth parliament operation procedure issued (ht 12/12/2019)

Heed the youth, by Raju Chauhan (rep 21/10/2019)

Power to youth: Grassroots level policy-making and activism can truly transform Nepali youth and Nepal, by Simone Galimberti (rep 24/08/2019)

Evoking responsibility to bridge the youth-government trust deficit: Youths will have a sense of ownership towards nation-building only when they are directly involved in policymaking, by Pukar Malla (kp 12/08/2019)

Revised strategy on adolescents unveiled (rep 08/05/2019)

Child marriage still in practice in the Chepang community, by Pratap Bista (kp 09/02/2019)

Civic Engagement of Youth, by Dev Raj Dahal (rn 29/01/2019)

Helping youths thrive: What are we doing to ensure that youths from poor families can take advantage from economic cycle?, by Simone Galimberti (rep 02/12/2018)

Empowering the youth: Give them safe spaces, by Prakash Banjade (ht 13/08/2018)

Role of Youths to Build Prosperous Nepal, by Sarmila Bagale (rn 14/07/2018)

Youths can change: Youths who are mired in dilemma are in dire need of personal development programs to help them realize their potentials, by Simone Galimberti (rep 16/06/2018)

Obesity growing among urban youths in Nepal, by Dilasha KC (rep 11/06/2018)

Agents of change: Youth voice matters, by Prakash Banjade (ht 08/06/2018)

Youth in data: Only by providing adequate opportunities to the youths, can Nepal realize its dream of transitioning into the middle-income country by 2030, by Bijay K. Shahi (rep 25/12/2017)

The youth of the nation: In the face of adversity, Nepali youths should find the energy and motivation to play an active role in serving society, by Simone Galimberti (kp 22/11/2017)

Young, gifted and held back: A platform must be created to harness youth-based skills in order to transform the state, by Brabim Kumar (kp 13/08/2017)

Quiet riot brewing: The achievements of the Jana Andolan II do not benefit the youth and every day over 1,500 leave in search of better opportunities abroad, by Bimal Pratap Shah (rep 21/06/2017)

Youth is wasted on the young: Come July, half a million youths who sat for the SEE will be at a loss for what to study for a successful future as we continue to fail to harness the power of our youth, by Mohan Guragain (kp 15/04/2017)

Openness and isolation: Nepali youths find themselves being pulled between two opposing global phenomena, by Saurav Raj Pant (kp 14/03/2017)

From Potti to Prakash: Nepali boy runs away from home, is rescued from Delhi and reunited with his mother nine years later, by Reeti Sharma (nt 02/12/2016)

NYC, NRNA join forces to empower youths (kp 05/10/2016)

NCC training: Transforming students into able citizens (rep 22/09/2016)

From the pan, into the fire: For the teens employed in the Capital’s ‘entertainment’ industry, getting in is easy, but getting out next to impossible, by Pratichya Dulal (kp 17/09/2016)

Stunting rate down 20 pc in 14 yrs (rep 13/09/2016)

Vision for youth: Operating business is not easy unless you have necessary knowledge, skills, expertise and above all self-confidence, by Pradeep Man Tulachan (rep 03/08/2016)

Investment in youths key to progress, says UNFPA (kp 11/07/2016)

8k children take part in YouthSave (kp 19/05/2016)

Dissatisfied youth failing prey to depression, by Isha Pandey (rep 15/04/2016)

DoE directs against use of panchakanya, by Binod Ghimire (kp 27/03/2015)

Nordic TalksThe risk of young people becoming economically and socially marginalized has become top political agenda in Nordic countries, by Kirsten Geelan, Jorma Suvanto and Kjell Tormod Pettersen (rep 26/03/2016)

The Runaways: Hundreds of young Nepali boys who ran away from home to Indian cities long to return, by Tsering Dolker Gurung (nt 25/03/2016)

Old enough: In a 21st century democracy, as a voter, no one should be restricted from our opportunity to lead simply because we are "not old enough", by Ujwal Thapa (rep 23/03/2016)

Appointment row puts youth council in limbo: This has raised doubt among the youths over government’s plans to develop self-sustainability in youths, by Prahlad Rijal (kp 10/01/2016)

Govt set to implement Youth Vision-2025 (ht 01/11/2015)

Youth’s Participation For Development, by Jhabindra Bhandari (rn 19/09/2015)

Kids lend hand to quake-hit peers (kp 20/08/2015)

Country of the young: The idealist and motivated, albeit ignored, youth of Nepal are rebuilding the nation, by Brabim Kumar (kp 12/08/2015), Power of young people: Maximizing their contributions, by Giulia Vallese (ht 12/08/2015)

Mainstreaming Youths In Nation Building, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 20/06/2015)

The art of giving: The zeal and energy displayed by the youth in their response to the quake must be recognised and tapped, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 14/06/2015), Will we rise? If Nepal is to become prosperous, the youth need to start working right away, by Sanjay Sharma (kp 14/06/2015)

Concerning children: Govt proposes alternative care (kp 07/06/2015)

Give them time: The experience during and after the quake is bound to leave a mark that might be different for each child, by Usha Pokharel (rep 06/06/2015)

Quake highlights village exodus of the young (ht 07/05/2015)

No country for the young: Nepal needs leaders who can harness the potential of its young people and embrace the digital age, by Bimal Pratap Shah (kp 08/04/2015)

Documents / Websites

Youth Anxiety, Aspiration, and Activism: Survey Report, by Niti Foundation and ILO, April 2021

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