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 fundamental rights by civil society. The findings also serve as the evidence base to...

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APPRO Launches Project to Monitor Fundamental Rights in Afghanistan

On 5 June 2016
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Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (APPRO) launched Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) on Sunday June 5, 2016 at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Kabul. Key findings of a baseline assessment across 10 provinces of Afghanistan were presented to members of Afghan civil society, government institutions and international agencies. The event included a panel discussion by representatives from the Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG), the Office of the Special Representative on...

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د افغانستان دعامه څیړنو موسسه په افغانستان کی له اساسی حقونوڅارنۍ پروژه پرانیزی

On 5 June 2016
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د افغانستان دعامه څیړنو موسسه په افغانستان کی له اساسی حقونوڅارنۍ پروژه یی د یکشنبۍ په ورځ د ۲۰۱۶ کال د جون په ۵ نیټه په کابل کی دهلند شاهی سفارت کی په لاره واچوله. د افغانستان د ۱۰ ولایتونو څخه ددی پروژی د لمړنیو مهم او اړینی موندنی د افغانستان دمدنی ټولنو، دولتی ارګانونو او بین المللی موسسو ِغړیو ته وړاندی شول

دا غونډه د یوه...

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موسسه مطالعات عامه افغانستان پروژه نظارت از حقوق اساسی در افغانستان را افتتاح کرد

On 5 June 2016
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موسسه مطالعات عامه افغانستان پروژه نظارت از حقوق اساسی در افغانستان را روز یکشنبه، 5 جون 2016 در سفارت شاهی هلند در کابل راه اندازی نمود. یافته های کلیدی و مهم مطالعات مقدماتی این پروژه از سراسر 10 ولایت افغانستان به اعضای جامعه مدنی افغانستان، ارگان های دولتی و موسسات بین المللی ارایه گردید

این گرده همایی شامل میزگرد نمایندگانی از ریاست مستقل ارگان های محلی، دفتر...

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Inauguration of Citizens’ Forum Against Corruption (CFAC)

On 29 May 2016
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The inauguration session of Citizens’ Forum Against Corruption (CFAC) was held on May 29, 2016 at APPRO’s office in Kabul. Present were 8 representatives of the Afghan private sector, and 9 civil society actors. APPRO provided an overview of CFAC’s objectives and basic premise, followed by an engaged discussion among those present on ways forward to create a functioning network of committed citizens to protect themselves and their organizations against corrupt...

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“Implementing Afghanistan’s NAP 1325: Lessons Learnt”, a presentation by APPRO

On 13 March 2016
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On the occasion of the launch of the Netherlands' National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) for 2016-2019, APPRO was invited to give a presentation to the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kabul on March 10, 2016. The presentation outlined the contents and implications of Afghanistan Government's commitment to address UNSCR 1325 and its subsequent resolutions through its own National Action Plan for the implementation of UNSCR 1325...

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“Contextualizing the Afghan conflict” : APPRO Presentation at the French Office for Refugees and Landless Persons

On 9 March 2016
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On March 7th, 2016, APPRO delivered a presentation at the French Office for the Protection of Refugees and Landless Persons (OFPRA). The aim of the presentation was to provide Protection Officers with an informed insight on the conflict situation in Afghanistan, discussing key drivers of out-migration and adaptation strategies to the conflict. 20160307_182648...

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Anti-corruption Reform in Afghanistan: What Does the Research Tell Us?

On 1 March 2016
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Dr Saeed Parto said in this interview in 2013 that corruption had become “very systematized and institutionalized” in Afghanistan. He stated that years of conflict had resulted in the emergence of powerful informal institutions such as corruption to fill the void created by the demise of formal and accountable institutions. “Corruption is a feature of pretty much everything you do in Afghanistan (…) and donors have a major role to...

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