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Community Outreach in 5 provinces-Second Round

Following on EPDs outreach session in Kabul, similar programs like yesterday, were implemented on 3rd October 2016 in Nangarhar, Herat, Bamyan, Kandahar and Faryab. Over 350 participants across the country came together to support women’s political participation and fill the gap between people and their political representatives. ...

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Community Outreach in Kabul-Second Round

On 2nd October 2016, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy held a public outreach event bring together around 75 participants including representatives from governmental institutions, civil society, provincial women network and men and women from different community level in Kabul. From the local to the global level, women’s leadership and political...

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Celebration of the International Peace Day

Wednesday 21 September 2016

Celebration of the International Peace Day

merged-posterPeace merely does not mean to stop war and violence but it also refers to an environment where everyone without distinction of race, language and culture has equal rights and access to resources. On 21 September 2016, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy by facilitation of the provincial coordinators (of the Provincial...

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Kabul Provincial Dialogue-Second Round

In spite of massive efforts to remove violence against women, women in Afghanistan are still experiencing the most traumatic lives and often are victims of early marriage, domestic violence, denial of inheritance right and other harassments. Though Women Protection Centers (WPC) for such victims seem to be heaven to take...

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Kabul Provincial Dialogue

Tuesday 23 August 2016

Kabul Provincial Dialogue

On 21 August 2016, Equality for Peace and Democracy (EPD) facilitated a provincial dialogue in Sufi Restaurant, Kabul. The event was designed to raise awareness about the role of women’s protection centers, and about the importance of women’s participation in the economy. The program brought together around 20 participants from...

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