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Fight against torture: “Are we doing enough? Afghanistan, domestic violence and divorce: one woman’s harrowing story Prominent Iranian activist arrested in Tehran A seat at the table in Afghanistan

Events

  • Journal

    Armanshahr/OPENASIA HR & Civil Society Newsletter – issue 116 year VII

  • International Women’s Network

    This page offers links to various sources of information on women's issues. They are both government and non-government sources in several languages and have been compiled on an impartial basis.

  • Politis Asia Journal

    EU HR Guidelines published or the first time in Persian. Including Death Penalty; Torture, HR dialogues with third countries; Children & armed conflict; HR Defenders; Protection of the Rights of the Child; VAW, International Humanitarian Law.

  • Books

    With the time frame around the transition of Allied military and security operations to the Government of Afghanistan looking more and more uncertain, difficult questions persist; Have the Allied Forces achieved what they set out to do and what legacy will they leave?

  • Conferences and Seminars

    One of the components of the democratic societies is the establishment of a public domain, where individuals enter an unconditionally free discussion over public interests.

  • Women

    Seventeen months after Setara’s husband cut her face and chest with a knife, disfiguring her for life and only narrowly failing to kill her, the laws of her native Afghanistan have still not allowed her to divorce him.