Dambar Thapa

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Asso. Prof. Dambar Thapa has served UNA of Nepal as its Secretary General over 30 years. He was elected as its President in 2008 and since then he is serving UNA of Nepal as its president. Prof. Thapa was elected as the WFUNA's Vice-President in the Plenary Assembly held in Argentina. 
 
He is associated with many organizations of national and international importance such as People to People, International, World Federalist Movement, Peace Education Academy of Nepal, Human Rights Education Academy of Nepal etc. He has made significant contribution in the promotion of UN ideals through UNA of Nepal. He has written a number of articles and has presented in the national and international Forums.
 
He is one of the editors of a journal entitled 'Nepal and United Nations' which includes important articles and speeches made by leading personality and former Prime Minister and Foreign Ministers of Nepal. He has received a number of awards in recognition of his contribution in promoting UN ideals, world peace, culture of peace, nonviolence etc. He is awarded as a 'Ambassador for Peace' by Universal Peace Federation.

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