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Women Economic Empowerment in Bamyan

Women are a critical part of every society and contribute to every country’s economic growth, social prosperity, and workforce. As underscored by the World Economic Forum, “Reducing gender inequality enhances economic productivity and economic growth.” Where women are permitted to participate as equals in an economy, they experience increased incomes,...

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National Conference on MWPS

Sunday 30 June 2019

National Conference on MWPS

The Monitoring Women Peace and Security (MWPS) project was designed to support execution of Afghanistan NAP 1325 with the aim of enhancing women’s access to their rights and improving their peace and security. Under this project, Cordaid, Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (APPRO) and Equality for Peace and Democracy (EPD)...

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Civil Society and Media National Conference on Peace

On April 3, 2019, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, the Salah Consortium - consisted of Cooperation for Peace and Unity (CPAU), Equality for Peace and Democracy (EPD), Peace Training and Research Organization (PTRO), Sanayee Development Organization (SDO), and The Liaison Office (TLO) – organized a fruitful event entitled “Civil...

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Central Exchange on Peace Building

Thursday 14 March 2019

Central Exchange on Peace Building

On 14 March 2019, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy organized an event with participation of over 80 participants from the Center and provinces of Laghman and Kunduz to exchange opinions and experiences on peace building. Peace merely does not mean to stop war and violence but it also refers to...

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Youth Peace Movement

Sunday 3 March 2019

Youth Peace Movement

Youth forms more than 70% of the country’s population. Since the last 17 years, Afghan youth has made significant developments in education, health, technology, security, and other fields. From their involvement in the technological developments such Afghan robotic girls to safeguarding the country on the borders, to joining politics such...

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