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Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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Nepal: 1. Are there reports of people, including evangelical Christians, being prosecuted for proselytising? What was their fate? 2. Are there reports of Hindus who have converted to evangelical Christianity facing social ostracism? Have there been reports of violence? 3. Have the authorities become involved in such situations? 4. Are there reports of the Maoists targeting Christians? Have they been harmed? 5. Are there parts of Nepal, particularly Kathmandu, where Christians can safely practice their faith and reside? 6. Are there reports of Christian women being harmed in prison or by police and the military? 7. Is there any evidence the King opposes Christianity? 8. What evangelical Christian groups currently operate in Nepal? Have they reported they have suffered harm? 9. Anything else you feel might be relevant

31 August 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Can you give an update on circumstances in Nepal since the state of emergency was lifted and as of now? 2. How are the authorities treating people who had association in past with the trade union movement (with particular emphasis on the treatment of lower level members of the Independent Hotel Union or other unions aligned to GEFONT)?

26 May 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: What is the potential, in light of the post-31 January 2005 crackdown on human rights demonstrations and reporting, for the forces of the king to view members of foreign-based evangelical churches with suspicion along lines of IMPUTED POLITICAL OPINION? The question is about the king (in addition to the Maoists) viewing membership of foreign-based churches as a politically-sensitive issue rather than simply one of religion or conscience. It is understood that it may be too early to expect there to be much "evidence" of such a reaction

7 March 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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