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Localization of NAP 1325: A 15 Province Status Report

This report provides an update on the conditions of women vis-à-vis NAP 1325 in 15 provinces, grouped under six regions and consisting of 38 urban and rural districts. It synthesizes pertinent findings from two papers based on research carried out in early 2016, presents a stakeholder analysis of the actors relevant for MWPS and their knowledge and understanding of UNSCR 1325 and NAP 1325, and suggested activities that could be undertaken at the local level to advocate for women, peace, and security and in support of Afghanistan’s NAP 1325 in the remainder of 2016.

Research Fields:   Governance Human Security

Afghanistan Rights Monitor: Monitoring Cycle 1

This is the first monitoring report of Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) following a baseline assessment released in December 2015. The objective for the ARM monitoring rounds is to assess changes in fundamental rights conditions across ten target provinces from January 2016 to December 2017. “Fundamental Rights” are conceptualized broadly to include Civic, Social, and Economic rights. A baseline assessment was concluded in December 2015 to establish the basis against which to monitor changes in fundamental rights conditions, followed by the first monitoring cycle between January and April 2016. The reporting period for this second monitoring cycle covers May to August 2016. Data were collected in 29 rural and urban districts in the Central, Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western geographical zones of Afghanistan.

Research Fields:   Governance Human Security

نظارت از حقوق اساسی شهروندان افغانستان : مرحلۀ اول

This is the first monitoring report of Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) following a baseline assessment released in December 2015. The objective for the ARM monitoring rounds is to assess changes in fundamental rights conditions across ten target provinces from January 2016 to December 2017. “Fundamental Rights” are conceptualized broadly to include Civic, Social, and Economic rights. A baseline assessment was concluded in December 2015 to establish the basis against which to monitor changes in fundamental rights conditions, followed by the first monitoring cycle between January and April 2016. The reporting period for this second monitoring cycle covers May to August 2016. Data were collected in 29 rural and urban districts in the Central, Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western geographical zones of Afghanistan.

Research Fields:   Governance Human Security

د افغانستان ښاریانو د اساسي حقونو څارنه: لومړی پړاو

دا د افغان وګړو له بنسټیزو یا اساسي حقونو څخه د څارنې پروژې(ARM) لومړنی نظارتي راپور دی چې د ۲۰۱۶ کال د اپرېل میاشتې له لومړنۍ ارزونې وروسته خپور شوی دی. دغه راپور د هالنډ هېواد د بهرنیو چارو وزارت په مالي مرسته چمتو شوی. د افغانستان د عامه څېړنو موسسه له هغو ټولو کسانو د زړه له تله مننه کوي چې موافقه یې وکړه د دې راپور چمتو کولو له پاره د معلوماتو راټولنې په پروسه کې ونډه واخلي.

Research Fields:   Governance Human Security

Afghanistan Rights Monitor: Baseline Assessment

Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) was designed to support informed policy and action on fundamental rights protection and promotion through research, constructive advocacy, and increased capacity of public institutions. ARM is premised on the idea that institutionalization of fundamental rights in Afghanistan’s system of governance must filter into the everyday practices of both government and civil society actors. This baseline report and subsequent four-monthly monitoring reports cover 10 provinces (29 districts in total), selected to represent the diversity of conditions throughout the country. “Fundamental Rights” are conceptualized broadly to include Civic (governance, political rights, and freedom of expression), Social (health, food security, education, and family rights), and Economic (right to work and protection at work). The crosscutting themes running through these three pillars are gender relations and corruption.

Research Fields:   Governance Human Security

نظارت از حقوق اساسی شهروندان افغانستان : گزارش مقدماتی

Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) was designed to support informed policy and action on fundamental rights protection and promotion through research, constructive advocacy, and increased capacity of public institutions. ARM is premised on the idea that institutionalization of fundamental rights in Afghanistan’s system of governance must filter into the everyday practices of both government and civil society actors. This baseline report and subsequent four-monthly monitoring reports cover 10 provinces (29 districts in total), selected to represent the diversity of conditions throughout the country. “Fundamental Rights” are conceptualized broadly to include Civic (governance, political rights, and freedom of expression), Social (health, food security, education, and family rights), and Economic (right to work and protection at work). The crosscutting themes running through these three pillars are gender relations and corruption.

Research Fields:   Human Security

د افغانستان ښاریانو د اساسی حقونو څارنه لومړنی راپور

Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) was designed to support informed policy and action on fundamental rights protection and promotion through research, constructive advocacy, and increased capacity of public institutions. ARM is premised on the idea that institutionalization of fundamental rights in Afghanistan’s system of governance must filter into the everyday practices of both government and civil society actors. This baseline report and subsequent four-monthly monitoring reports cover 10 provinces (29 districts in total), selected to represent the diversity of conditions throughout the country. “Fundamental Rights” are conceptualized broadly to include Civic (governance, political rights, and freedom of expression), Social (health, food security, education, and family rights), and Economic (right to work and protection at work). The crosscutting themes running through these three pillars are gender relations and corruption.

Research Fields:   Governance Human Security

MDG 3, NAPWA, SDG 5, NAP 1325: What Next?

This brief underlines the common themes and issues raised in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the National Action Plan for the Woman of Afghanistan (NAPWA), Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and Afghanistan’s National Action Plan for the implementation of the United Nations’ Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1326), referred to as NAP 1325. The key purpose of this brief is to draw the attention to the fact that there are adequate provisions for women’s rights in all of these policy instruments, individually and collectively. It is now time to act on the promises of these policy statements, starting with defending the gains made by and for Afghan women since 2001.

Research Fields:   Human Security
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