Amnesty International Nepal
Amnesty International Nepal was established in 1969 by Mr Nutan Thapaliya. Two years later, AI Nepal received the status of a “section” at the International Council Meeting (ICM) of Amnesty International in 1971. The Amnesty Nepal section flourished under the leadership of its first chair, late Hrishikesh Shah. However, due to unfavourable situations, Amnesty Nepal was dissolved in 1982. Subsequently,…
To support in ensuring the sound management of Amnesty International Nepal’s finances, administration, logistics and other campaign support activities.
Finance, admin and logistic support
Supporting Office Businesses
AI Nepal is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture and highly encourages individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Only short listed applicants will be contacted for the interview. AI Nepal reserves the exclusive right to revoke or cancel the VA without any notice. Any attempt of canvassing or influence during the entire process of recruitment will lead to automatic disqualification.