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Faculty / Professor / Govind Subedi

 
Title:Professor
Name: Dr. Govind Subedi
Address: Kirtipur-2, Kathmandu
Email:subedigs2010@gmail.com; subedigs2010@yahoo.com

Academic degree:
  - Ph.D. thesis entitled Institutions, Gender Relations and Poverty: A Sociological Study of Two Villages in Nepal, submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India (April 2007)
  - M. Phil. Course work with 'A' only grade from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (2003-2004)
  - MA Development Studies with B+ grade, Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Hague, the Netherlands (Aug., 1997 - Dec. 1998)
  - MA Population Studies with 74.2%, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1991

Work History:
  - From April 2014 Professor in Population Studies, Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur Kathmandu Nepal
  - From May, 2009 to April 2014 Associate Professor (Reader) in Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur Kathmandu Nepal
  - Lecturer, (1991 to date), Central Department of Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu
  - Principal, University Campus, Tribhuvan University (January 2013-January 2016)

Major Publications:
  - 2016 "Women on Move for Employment in Nepal: An Emerging Concern for Protection and Promotion of Migrant's Rights", Human Rights Sambahak Vol. 2, No. 2 (Kathmandu: National Human Rights Commission Nepal, pp. 101-13.
  - 2016 "Political Demography of Nepal: The Case of Discontent in Nepal's Terai Region", Population and Development Journal (Kathmandu: Ministry of Population and Environment.
  - 2008 "Trafficking of Child Workers in Nepal", in Hugh D. Hindman (ed.) Child Labor World Atlas: a Reference Encyclopedia (New York: ME Sharpe).
  - 2002 Trafficking and Sexual Abuse among Street Children in Kathmandu, no 1 (Kathmandu: ILO/IPEC/Trafficking in Children-South Asia).

Co-authorship
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2014 "Dimensions and Implications of Privatization of Education in Nepal: the case of primary and secondary schools" in Ian Macpherson, Susan Robertson and Geoffrey Walford (eds.) Education, Privatization and Social Justice: Case Studies from Africa, South Asia and South East Asia (Oxford, United Kingdom: Symposium Books). (Lead author).
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2005 Social Exclusions, Vulnerability and Deprivation in Plan Nepal Programme Areas (Kathmandu: Plan Nepal)
  - 2003 Unregistered Asylum Seekers from Bhutan: A Pilot Survey (Kathmandu: SAFHR)
  - 2001 Nepal: Trafficking in Girls with Special Reference to Prostitution: A Rapid Assessment, (Geneva: International Labour Office)

Major Research Work:
  - 2017 (National Consultant) Trafficking in Persons Especially for Women and Children, National Report 2015/16 (Kathmandu: Office of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking, National Human Rights Commission)
  - 2015 (National Consultant) Trafficking in Persons Especially for Women and Children, National Report 2014/15 (Kathmandu: Office of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking, National Human Rights Commission)
  - 2006 A study on Impact of Armed Conflict on Adolescent Girls in Nepal: Narratives of Adolescent Girls from Morang, Kathmandu, Makwanpur, Salyan and Banke Districts. (Kathmandu: CWIN)
  - 2006 Assessments of Worst Forms of Child Labour in CWIN-Plan Nepal Working Districts (Morang, Sunsari and Makwanpur) (Kathmandu: CWIN)

Areas of Interest:
  Child Rights, Women's Rights, Human Rights, Human Development, Population and Social Justice
 

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