Human rights in Bhutan
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In general, the status of human rights in Bhutan is poor. The greatest concern is the status of Bhutanese refugees and the protection of the Lhotshampa Nepalese minority remaining in Bhutan. There are also concerns as to the freedom of religion in Bhutan, namely a ban on non-Buddhist proselytism and state support of religion.
- Censorship in Bhutan
- Bhutanese refugees
- Freedom of religion in Bhutan
- Gross national happiness
- LGBT rights in Bhutan
- "Human rights in Bhutan". Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights website. United Nations OHCR. Retrieved 2011-05-22.
- "Bhutan". Human Rights Watch online. Retrieved 2011-05-22.
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