Political And Ethnic Conflict In Nepal Essay

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The main purpose of this qualitative descriptive study is to carry out analysis of major causes of youth labor migration after political revolution in Nepal, and its relationship with political and ethnic conflict in recent years. This study proposes to conduct a six-month long qualitative research in Southern-Central districts (Parsa, Bara, Rautahat, and Sarlahi) of Nepal on the subject of youth migration and ethnic conflict, and how ethnic conflict plays role in this issue. Often time, policy makers tend to forget the local issues, and consequences, which may have higher impact in people 's life, and social development. This study will be conducted based on the ground reality, and people 's perceptions through semi-structured interview, and …show more content…
The ethnic conflict has basically impacted the Tarai region of Nepal, where higher population of youths have been migrated for many reasons. I would like to see the causes of youths ' migration based on their experiences, social, and political background. "The State of Nepal has failed to provide incentives and resources to people to stay in the country and lay a firm economic foundation" (Thieme, & Wyss, 2005, p. 63).
Research Question:
What are the major causes of youth labor (age of 18 to 40 year) migration in the Southern-Central region of Nepal? How ethno-political crisis plays role in this issue?
Nepalese youth labor migration to the gulf nations has been increased in recent years and ethno-political conflict has played vital role in the issue. This research question will examine the major causes of youth migration, and see the role of ethno-political violence. "Two percent of Nepali migrant workers are skilled, 23 percent are semi-skilled, and 75 percent are unskilled, and eighty percent of Nepali foreign workers come from the 20-30 age group, overwhelmingly from poor rural areas" (Verite, p. 27).

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