Megan Keeling (Nepal)


Megan Keeling (Nepal)

Megan Keeling is a graduate student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where she is focusing on conflict resolution and security studies. Prior to coming to Fletcher, she worked for a women's health care association in Washington, DC. Her projects included facilitating educational programs on reproductive health and managing and promoting a searchable database of providers of long-acting, reversible contraception. Before that, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in northern Jordan, where she taught English as a second language and developed an environmental education program in her school. Megan earned her bachelor's degree in English and Women's studies at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA.



13 Aug

Story-telling and Speaking Out

In Nepal, disappearances often began as an arrest. Security forces would detain an individual suspected

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Posted Aug 13, 2016

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01 Aug

Actor, Director, Activist: An Interview with Rajan Khatiwada at Mandala Theater

Each year on August 30, the world observes the International Day of Victims of Enforced

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Posted Aug 01, 2016

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17 Jul

Transitional justice, near and far

The goal of a truth commission is to help a barbarous society become minimally decent.*

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Posted Jul 17, 2016

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30 Jun

“Now I am a complete man”: The journey from fighter to peace builder for ex-PLA combatants

On my first full day in Nepal (nearly a month ago now!), I attended an

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Posted Jun 30, 2016

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24 Jun

Ritual and Remembrance for the Disappeared

The distinction between dead and disappeared is of great consequence to families of the missing.

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Posted Jun 24, 2016

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16 Jun

Meet the Bardiya Quilters

Below are just three of the many powerful, kind, and resilient women I met this

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Posted Jun 16, 2016

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08 Jun

Memory, activism, and quilting in Bardiya

This weekend, I’ll take my first trip out of Kathmandu to visit the Bardiya district

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Posted Jun 08, 2016

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04 Jun

A crash course in transitional justice: Nepal edition

Yesterday I followed Ram and his partner-in-research Simon Robins to meetings across Kathmandu, and was

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Posted Jun 04, 2016

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27 May

Next Stop – Kathmandu!

It’s hard to believe, but in just over 24 hours I’ll be getting on a

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Posted May 27, 2016

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