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Afghanistan

The Bomb to End All Bombings – If Only

When history looks back to this era, this will be a day to recall — that is if our lines to our future continue as now, without a sudden nuclear holocaust in between.

Tuesday، 18 April، 2017

Gender-based persecution on the International Criminal Court’s radar

IntLawGrrls JANUARY 6, 2017 / ROSEMARY GREY Sexual and gender-based crimes were high on the ICC’s agenda in 2016 – a trend which looks set to continue this year. In March 2016, the Court handed down its first conviction […]

Saturday، 15 April، 2017

THE ICC AND CRIMES OF SEXUAL AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE (SGBV)

We have witnessed progressive developments regarding the judicial investigation and prosecution of crimes of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), assumed that it exclusively concerns women & girls. But no!

Saturday، 15 April، 2017

Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes

International Criminal Court Policy Paper on June 2014 Table of Contents Use of Key Terms Executive Summary I. Introduction II. General Policy III. The Regulatory Framework (a) The Statute (i) Article 6 — Genocide (ii) […]

Saturday، 15 April، 2017

Human rights groups call for the opening of an ICC investigation into the situation in Afghanistan

FIDH, OPEN ASIA/ Armanshahr, Transitional Justice Coordination Group (Afghanistan), Center for Constitutional Rights (USA) request ICC Prosecutor to open investigation into the situation in Afghanistan.

Friday، 14 April، 2017

Human rights groups call for the opening of an ICC investigation into the situation in Afghanistan

(Kabul, New York, The Hague) Ten years after the opening of a preliminary examination on Afghanistan by the International Criminal Court (ICC) Office of the Prosecutor into the international crimes committed since May 2003, FIDH and its member organisations OPEN ASIA / Armanshahr and Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), as well as the Afghanistan Transitional Justice Coordination Group (TJCG) call upon the ICC Prosecutor to request the opening of a full investigation into the situation in Afghanistan.

Friday، 14 April، 2017

Accountability for International Crimes in Afghanistan

Seminar,co-organised by FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights), Armanshahr/OPEN ASIA & Research Centre of Leiden University College The Hague, civil society and legal experts shed light on alleged crimes & victims of wartime violence of the Afghan people.

Wednesday، 5 April، 2017

2016 Int. Women’s Film Festival Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery of 4th edition of the “International Women’s Film Festival – Herat” at Gardens of Babur, in Kabul on 19 October 2016 with hundreds of artists, filmmakers, officials & people from different walks of life.

Tuesday، 21 February، 2017

New Bilingual Publication: My Realm; Poems and Photos by Women

NEW Armanshahr Bilingual Publication: My Realm; Poems and Photos by Women, Editors: Guissou Jahangiri & Rooholamin Amini, Photographers: Elaha Sahel, Masumeh Jafari, Mahshid Rasti

Tuesday، 14 February، 2017

THE MILLENNIALS OF AFGHANISTAN HAVE NEVER KNOWN A WORLD WITHOUT WAR. SO WHY ARE THESE KIDS SO HOPEFUL?

Many millennials in Afghanistan are extraordinarily resilient, even hopeful. “The future of Afghanistan is going to be very bright,” says Zhala Sarmast, 17, a member of groundbreaking women’s cycling group that biked across the country to promote female independence.

Friday، 10 February، 2017