Observations from Afghanistan Rights Monitor: Food Security

On 10 August 2016
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Brief Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) is designed to support informed policy and action on fundamental rights protection and promotion in Afghanistan through research, constructive advocacy, and increased capacity of public institutions in responding to citizens’ rights needs. Research undertaken as part of ARM shows that food security remains a critical issue in almost all provinces […]

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Observations from Afghanistan Rights Monitor: Child Labor

On 19 June 2016
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Brief Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) was designed to conduct regular monitoring of the conditions of fundamental rights in ten provinces of Afghanistan (29 districts) from 2015 to 2018 using a set of indicators based on internationally recognized monitoring standards. The findings from monitoring are expected to feed into informed, pragmatic, and constructive advocacy messaging on […]

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On Women in Peace Negotiations

On 9 May 2015
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There has been an emerging consensus since around 2011 among international donors, numerous academics, other researchers, and Afghanistan experts that peace must be negotiated between the Government of Afghanistan and AOGs mainly because international aid and military presence of NATO forces cannot be sustained indefinitely. There is much talk among these actors of making the […]

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Afghan Women and the Security Transition, 2012-2014

On 26 March 2015
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his blog is a translation of an earlier blog by Mohammad Ehsan Saadat, Research Project Manager at APPRO, available

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Afghanistan in Post-2014: Backward or forward?

On 17 February 2015
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I just came back from a two and half month trip to Kabul, which was organized around my PhD fieldwork. I am

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The Happy Union of Corruption and Official Sadism in Afghanistan

On 31 May 2014
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In 2013 the BBC, citing a report by Transparency International, reported Afghanistan as the most corrupt

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The Snake and the Horse: Corruption in Afghanistan in 2013 and 2014

On 22 October 2013
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According to the Chinese Zodiac the Year 2013, which began on February 10, is the year of the snake.

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Gender Screaming versus Gender Mainstreaming in Afghanistan

On 22 October 2013
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According to a recent news article  in the BBC (and the Guardian) citing a report by Human Rights Watch, “Women – who make up 1% of the police force – are often targeted by predatory colleagues while using shared toilets. Many facilities have peepholes or no locks, so female officers stand guard for each other.”   APPRO has […]

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