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OXFAM Report – Behind Closed Doors: The risk of denying women a voice in determining Afghanistan’s future Launch of World Library of Science: a Free Online Science Education Resource The World at a Crossroads:  Women have the solutions – press release 35.8 Million Adults and Children in Slavery Worldwide


  • Journal

    Armanshahr/OPENASIA HR & Civil Society Newsletter, no.94

  • 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

    136th Goftegu Public Debate: History recorded – Afghanistan through Steve McCurry’s lenses – Invitation

  • Women

    Women’s rights have been held up as one of the most tangible gains of the international intervention in Afghanistan. Yet, despite 13 years of promises from the international community that women’s rights are a high priority, these gains remain fragile and are at an increasing risk of erosion.