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Estimating the Cost of Violent Extremism in Afghanistan – Report Launch

At this critical juncture for Afghanistan, EQUALITY for Peace and Development (EPD) launched a groundbreaking report on the The Cost of Conflict and Violent Extremism in Afghanistan on the 19th of October in Kabul with national media, civil society representatives and government officials attending. It is the first time in...

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Training on Financial and Economic Costs of Violent Extremism

EPD held a 4-day training on 24th to 27th of August, 2015 in Kabul for the provincial coordinators. After being trained, they in turn facilitated the 3-day training of “Introducing Advocacy Toolkit” for PWN and ACTA members in the 7 provinces in mid-September 2015. These trainings aimed to illustrate the...

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Afghan Women’s Roadmap for Peace Final Report Launched

Following on from EPD's very successful conference in May 2015, we are now proud to present the final report, Afghan Women's Roadmap for Peace Entering the Transformation Decade. This report assesses the past and present role of Afghan women within the peace process, provides a summary of activities during...

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Afghan Women’s Roadmap for Peace Entering the Transformation Decade

From the 11th to 13th May 2015, EPD conducted a national conference, supported by The Berghof Foundation. The aim was to discuss the status of women in the peace process with the National Unity Government, linking subnational issues with national policies, with special consideration to women's experiences and objectives....

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Progress Made On All Fronts and Moving Forward – EPD’s 2014 Annual Report

EPD is excited and proud to publish its Annual Report 2014, which serves to inform our donors, stakeholders, beneficiaries and the general public on the progress made in our work. In 2014, EPD grew in every sense, making the transition from a relatively new organization founded in 2010 to a...

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