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Community Involvement in Monitoring Police Performance

Public-police engagement can be a good approach in promoting rule of law and accountability. On the other hand, introducing community reward of good police and report on it will enhance police effective performance. Keeping this issue in mind, EPD along with The Laision Office (TLO) and SDO (Sanayee Development Organization)...

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Quarterly Meeting with PWN

Sunday 6 August 2017

Quarterly Meeting with PWN

From 1st – 3rd August 2017, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy hosted a three-day quarterly meeting in Kabul with PWN coordinators and their assistants from 15 provinces of Afghanistan. Over the course of three days, the participants exchange ideas, share experiences and discuss best practices and challenges in organizing their...

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Second Round of Women Peace Exchange Program in Islamabad, Pakistan

From 17th to 21st July 2017, EPD along with Aware Girls held second round of “Peace Exchange: Pak-Afghan Women’s Bridge for Peace” in Islamabad, Pakistan. The event aimed to create a platform for harbouring bridges between women peace activists of Pakistan and Afghanistan, enabling women-women exchange of learning and strategizing...

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TLC Meeting in Sri Lanka – LOGIN

Local Governance Initiative and Network (LOGIN) is a multi-stakeholder network spanning countries of East and South Asia, which is supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. The network focuses on promoting knowledge exchange amongst its members on practices, processes and experiences relating to strengthening local governance. Members of...

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Peace Exchange- Pak-Afghan Women’s Bridge for Peace

From 21st to 24th May, 2017, EPD with financial support of open society Afghanistan held an event on “Peace Exchange: Pak-Afghan Women’s Bridge for Peace” to facilitate interaction among Pakistan and Afghanistan peace activist and take steps to eliminate violent extremism (VE) and radicalization. The event invited around 70 participants...

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