Kul Chandra Gautam Kul Chandra Gautam is a distinguished international civil servant, public policy expert and peace advocate.

He served as Assistant Secretary General of the UN and Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF. He was Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Nepal on International Affairs and the Peace Process. He is a seasoned diplomat and civic leader and serves on the Boards of a number of international and national foundations and charitable organizations as chairman, member or advisor.

This website contains a comprehensive selection of Mr. Gautam's articles, interviews, speeches, photos and videos.

Canada – Nepal Relations in Global Perspective

Remarks by Kul Chandra Gautam· at Nepal-Canada Friendship and Cultural Association Program to Celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Nepal-Canada Diplomatic Ties Kathmandu, 18 January 2015 I thank the Nepal-Canada Friendship and Cultural Association for inviting me to say a few words about “Nepal-Canada relationship in global perspective” on this happy occasion as we celebrate the More...

Kailash, Malala and Nepal

This year’s two Nobel Peace Prize winners have already benefitted thousands of Nepali children and will inspire them Kul Chandra Gautam The barbaric attack and killing of innocent school children in Peshawar this week is a poignant reminder of the relevance of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Kailash Satyarthi of India and Malala Yousafzai More...

U.S. Missing in Child Rights Convention

KATHMANDU, Nov 19 2014 (IPS) - On Nov. 20, the whole world will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the world’s most universally ratified human rights treaty, the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Sadly, the United States of America won’t be at the party or will simply be watching from the sidelines. More...

Ending HIV/AIDS by 2030 Lessons from UNICEF Experience in Promoting Child Survival

Remarks by Kul Chandra Gautam· at UNAIDS Regional Management Meeting Bangkok, 27 October 2014 It is a tremendous honour to follow the brilliant presentation by Professor Praphan Phanuphak, and to precede my good friend and the dynamic head of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibe. I have been a bit out of touch with latest developments in HIV/AIDS More...