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PWNs Quarterly Meeting

Thursday 21 July 2016

PWNs Quarterly Meeting

EPD established the Provincial Women’s Network (PWN) as a platform to bring women from different walks of life together. The networks identify issues in communities that affect women’s advancement and political participation, conducting advocacy campaigns to reduce VAW and to empower women at a grassroots and policy level. EPD has...

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Launch of Roadmap to Peace Research Report

A consortium of 5 prominent Afghan civil society organisations with the financial support of Open Society Afghanistan conducted research on the Roadmap to Peace. This analysis was put together on the basis of numerous interviews and community consultations with local mediators, religious leaders, tribal elders, civil society activists, APRP...

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A Roadmap for peace for Afghanistan-Policy Brief

In January 2016, 70 peace activists and civil society representatives from provinces of Afghanistan attended the National Symposium on the Roadmap to Peace. Half of those in attendance were women, and the input of the audience and speakers were incorporated into the findings of subsequent publication entitled the Roadmap to...

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EPD Launches Rapid Market Assessment

Thursday 7 April 2016

EPD Launches Rapid Market Assessment

On 6th April 2016, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy (EPD) launched an assessment entitled “Rapid Market Assessment: Barriers to Women Entrepreneurs’ Access to Market”. The assessment analyzes the current status of women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan, the country’s economic outlook, the socioeconomic context for women and women’s role in private sector....

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Roadmap for Peace for Afghanistan – Regional Symposium

On 28th March 2016, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy (EPD) launched a regional symposium with the participation of 99 attendees. The event was supported by Open Society Afghanistan, bringing together international experts from neighbouring countries, as well as representatives of civil society and the media in Kabul. The participants had...

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