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Peace Exchange-Orientation Session

Monday 23 January 2017

Peace Exchange-Orientation Session

On 23rd Jan 2017, an orientation meeting was conducted in EPD’s central office gathering activists in EPD’s newly established Peace Network members. Ms. Najeeba Ayubi, Ms. Hasseena Safi, Ms. Samira Hamidi, Ms. Ghotai Sahebyan and Ms. Parasto Yari were participants from Kabul, on the other hand, 4 participants from Nangarhar...

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1396 National Budget Review-Session with Members of Parliament

On 8th January 2017, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy shared the main findings of its recent research on “Independent Review of Afghanistan 1396 National Budget Draft” with women affairs, civil society and human rights parliamentary committee. It is the sixth annual report that is published and provides a snapshot of...

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1396 National Budget Review – Launch Event

On 26th December 2016, EPD launched it research report on “Independent Review of Afghanistan 1396 National Budget Draft” with participation of over 90 representatives from national and international organizations working across all the provinces of the Afghanistan including Cordaid, integrity watch, The Liasion Office and other CSOs, community members as...

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Central Exchange – Second Round

Wednesday 21 December 2016

Central Exchange – Second Round

On 19th, 20th and 21st December 2016, EPD invited 75 members of its Provincial Women Networks from 15 provinces across the country in Kabul to exchange their ideas, share experience and discuss about the advocacies they had done during past half year of 2016. The program was included presentations, group...

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Campaign for 16 Days of Activism

Monday 5 December 2016

Campaign for 16 Days of Activism

Violence against women is a common dilemma not only in Third World countries but also in the developed countries, emerging in different shapes from domestic violence to political gender discrimination. In Afghanistan also, women are vulnerable and have been victims of improper customs such as early marriage and Baad, Badal,...

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