Session 5: Facilitating state-building in divided societies: processes and methods Landmark Publication Launched To mark the ten years of signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA), Nepal Transition to Peace Institute (NTTP-I) organized a three-days International Peace Conference in Kathmandu on November 16-18, 2016. Read More
Rt. Hon. President Bhandari inauguration speech Landmark Publication Launched To mark the ten years of signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA), Nepal Transition to Peace Institute (NTTP-I) organized a three-days International Peace Conference in Kathmandu on November 16-18, 2016. Read More
Rt. Hon. PM Prachanda Addressing opening ceremony Landmark Publication Launched To mark the ten years of signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA), Nepal Transition to Peace Institute (NTTP-I) organized a three-days International Peace Conference in Kathmandu on November 16-18, 2016. Read More

Resources

  • Constitution of Nepal, 2072

  • 12-Point Understanding between Seven Party Alliance and the then CPN (Maoist)

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About Us

Who We Are

aboutusNepal Transition to Peace Institute (NTTP-I) is a peace research institute founded upon the history of decade-long engagement in Nepal’s political transition as a credible and Track 1.5 peace process for mediation, facilitation, and dialogue among the political parties of Nepal since 2005.

As a trusted forum for informal dialogues among the political parties, NTTP Forum has been functioning to resolve political standoffs, thaw stalemates and promote peaceful engagement among the political parties even in critical times in a…

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Message for the Peace

Let us create the social space that brings truth, mercy, justice, and peace together within a conflicted group or setting. Then energies are crystallized that create deeper understanding and unexpected new paths, leading toward restoration and reconciliation.

Prof. John Paul Lederach, University of Notre Dame