CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
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Shunned by the Nepal government, young Tibetans struggle to find work, travel overseas, and open bank accounts. One asks, “Who are we?”
Pastors in the former Hindu kingdom allege authorities unfairly accuse them of breaking a law that bans proselytizing.
The Nepalese Constitution in 2015 pledged to respect all religions. But the country’s Christians say a lack of cemeteries to bury their dead means they still lack basic human rights.
Photo by Yam Kumari Kandel, GPJ Nepal
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