Armanshahr/OPEN ASIA Publications

Series: Goftegu, Let’s break the silence, Politis asia, Simorgh, Children &Young People, Women, Armanshahr Periodical

1. One Thousand and one Poems for Afghanistan (anthology of writings and poems trilingual edition), 2003
2. Caravan of Poetry for Peace and Democracy in Afghanistan (An anthology of poems); 2003
3. Caravan of Light (for young readership); 2003
4. Poems for Peace (Tajik edition in Cyrillic), 2003
5. In praise of Ahmad Shamlou, Living Conscience of International Poetry, 2006, Goftegu
6. Who is a citizen? What are their obligations and rights vis-à-vis the government and the society? 2006, Goftegu
7. Role of Citizens in Seeking Truth and Justice, 2006, Goftegu
8. Social Justice in Islam, Systems of Governance and other Schools of Thought, 2007, Goftegu
9. Challenges of Freedom of Expression, Media and Press in Afghanistan, 2007, Goftegu
10. Democracy and Social Justice in Multi-ethnic Countries, 2007, Goftegu
11. In Search of Civil Society, International Experiences and Local Realities, 2007, Goftegu
12. Cultural Incursion and Impact of a Quarter of Century of Immigration on Cultural and Political issues, 2007, Goftegu
13. Against Oblivion, Experience of Truth and Justice Commissions, Monireh Baradaran, 2007, Let’s break the silence
14. Do Afghanistan Universities have the Capacity to Produce Elites? 2007, Goftegu
15. Two Interpretations of Globalization, 2007, Goftegu
16. We are All feminists (Perhaps we don’t know it), 2007, Goftegu
17. Women’s Movement: A National Movement or an Artificial Process? 2007, Goftegu series
18. Women Celebrate Peace (An anthology of national/international poems by women for Afghanistan), compiled by Guissou Jahangiri, 2009, Let’s break the silence
19. Tradition and Modernism, Confrontation or Correlation? 2009, Goftegu series
20. Sayyed Jamaleddin and New Religious Thinking; 2009, Goftegu
21. What has gone astray in Afghanistan’s Higher Education System? Causes and Solutions; 2009, Goftegu
22. The 50% Campaign: Afghanistan Women’s Demands from the Future President, 2009, Let’s break the silence
23. Violations of Human Rights and US Policy, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, 2009, Politis asia 1-2
24. Simorgh (An Anthology of Poems for Peace); 2009, Let’s break the silence series
25. Youth and the Provincial Council; What is the Provincial Council doing? What do People Want? 2009, Goftegu
26. A Practical Guide for Victims to the International Criminal Court, Reporters without Borders, 2009, Let’s break the silence
27. National Dialogue with Women: Justice Rendered or One Step Back? 2009, Goftegu series
28. It is an Abandoned Time Here, Rooholamin Amini; 2010, Let’s break the silence series
29. NATO, Exceptions to Democracy and Decline of Empires, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, 2010, Politis asia 3
30. Voice of Victims for Justice, Transitional Justice Coordination Group, 2010, Let’s break the silence
31. From Structure of Parliament to a Critical Evaluation of First Parliament in Afghanistan; 2010, Goftegu
32. Animal Farm, George Orwell, 2010, Simorgh
33. Discrimination and Political Participation of Women: Role of Education, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Shourangiz Dadashi, 2010, Politis asia 4-5
34. Simorgh’s Feather (Selected poems of Simorgh Peace Prize); 2010, Let’s break the silence
35. Market Economy in Afghanistan, 2010, Goftegu
36. From Book to Freedom of Expression, 2010, Goftegu
37. An evaluation of a decade of international presence in Afghanistan, (Dari version) 2010, Goftegu
38. An evaluation of a decade of international presence in Afghanistan, (English version) Translator Khalil Rostamkhani, 2010, Goftegu
39. Afghanistan: In Search of Truth and Justice, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Delphine Carlens, 2010, Let’s break the silence
40. To the 21st Cigarette, Rooholamin Amini, 2010, Simorgh series
41. Universal Jurisdiction, mechanisms to prosecute human rights violators, Editor Khalil Rostamkhani, 2010, Politis asia 6-7
42. The Afghanistan Women’s 50% Campaign Pamphlet, Winter 2010, Let’s break the silence
43. Simorgh, the Thirty Wise Birds (an English anthology of poems and photographs for peace in Afghanistan), Guissou Jahangiri, Rooholamin Amini, Photographs by Mohammad Asef Rahmani, 2010, Simorgh
44. Violations of Human Rights and US Policy, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, 2nd Edition, 2011, Politis asia 1-2
45. NATO, Exceptions to Democracy and Decline of Empires, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, 2nd Edition, 2011, Politis asia 3
46. Against Oblivion, Experience of Truth and Justice Commissions, Monireh Baradaran, 2nd Edition, 2011, Let’s break the silence
47. Young people, a World Between Fear and Doubt, 2011, Goftegu
48. Revisiting our Collective Memory, 2011, Goftegu
49. Nothing Can be Said in Fifty Years (collection of poems), Homeira Nekhat Dastgirzada, 2011, Simorgh
50. Discrimination and Political Participation of Women: Role of Education, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Shourangiz Dadashi, 2nd Edition, 2011, Politis asia 4-5
51. The Past Enlightens the Future (a collection of interviews with victims and political personalities), 2011, Let’s break the silence
52. A Review of War Ruins (an eye-witness account of war, Herat 1989), Rasoul Pouyan, 2011, Let’s break the silence
53. Justice for Women in War and Peace (international contributions), Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani in collaboration with Shourangiz Dadashi, Translator Khalil Rostamkhani, 2011, Let’s break the silence
54. Truth Seeking and the Role of Forensic Science, Physicians for Human Rights, 2011
55. From illiteracy to war, from war to illiteracy, Summer 2011, Goftegu
56. Writers without readers, readers without books, 2011, Goftegu
57. “Simorgh Stories”, Selected Stories of Simorgh Peace Prize, 2011, Simorgh
58. 60 years of contemporary history in Afghanistan (Dari version), 2011, Goftegu
59. 60 years of contemporary history in Afghanistan (English version),Translator Khalil Rostamkhani, 2011, Goftegu
60. A Handbook of Transitional Justice, A to Z, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, 2011, Politis asia 8-9
61. Zeer o Bam, a Study of Traditional Music from Badakhshan, Herat and Badgeis, Wahid Qassemi, 2011, Goftegu
62. Federalism and democracy, Editors Seyyed Jawad Darwaziyan and Guissou Jahangiri, 2011, Politis asia 10-11
63. Universal Declaration of Human Rights for Children and Adolescents, 2011, Children & Young People
64. Political system and social justice, 2012, Goftegu
65. The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, 2012, Children & Young People
66. A review of conditions of women in Afghanistan and Tajikistan, 2012, Goftegu
67. Ringing passed the rain; a review of contemporary poetry of Tajikistan, Mujib Mehrdad and Behrooz Zabihullah, 2012, Simorgh
68. 1984, George Orwell, 2012, Simorgh
69. Flames of Love, Calligraphy of Master Najibullah Anwari; gilded by Mehdi Banaei, 2012, Simorgh
70. Universal Declaration of Human Rights for Children and Adolescents, 2011, 2nd Edition, 2012, Children & Young People
71. Fahrenheit 451, Ray Douglas Bradbury, translated by Ali Shi’a Ali, 2012, Simorgh series
72. For recording in history (narratives of victims of one decade), Editor Jawad Darwaziyan, 2012, Let’s break the silence
73. Prison, prisoners and human rights, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, with collaboration of Jawad Darwaziyan, 2012, (in Persian and English versions), Politis asia 12-13
74. Human Rights at a Crossroads: The need for a rights-centred approach to peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan, a joint report of the International Federation for Human Rights and Armanshahr Foundation; in original English and Persian translation, 2012
75. Representations of the Intellectual, Edward Said, Persian translation by Hamid Azedanloo, 2013, Let’s break the silence
76. War and the City, Editor Shourangiz Dadashi in collaboration with Dr. Hassan Javaheri, Translator Khalil Rostamkhani, 2013, Politis asia 14-15
77. There is a sad child in my dreams, poetry anthology, Rooholamin Amini, 2013, Simorgh series
78. The end of the three invulnerable, articles, Ranavard Zaryab, 2013, Simorgh
79. The Emperor’s New Clothes and 44 other stories, Hans Christian Andersen, 2013, Children & Young People
80. EU guidelines-Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, Editors Guissou Jahangiri and Khalil Rostamkhani, Translator Khalil Rostamkhani, 2013, Politis asia 16-17
81. Stories from the Book of Kings, Narrator Atusa Salehi, Illustrator Niloofar Mirmohammadi, 2013, Simorgh
82. Seven years and 101 public debates of Armanshahr, 2013, Goftegu
83. A Room of One’s Own, Virginia Woolf, Translator Safoora Noorbakhsh, 2013, Women
84. Cacau, Jorge Amado,Translator Behrooz Al-Naddaf, 2013, Simorgh
85. The status of Family and Women: According to the Shari’a Law and Customary Practices in Afghanistan, Editor Ahmad Zia Moballegh, 2013, Women
86. Family and Law: Prospects of Family Law reform in Afghanistan, Ahmad Zia Moballegh, 2013, Women
87. The Second Sex, Simone de Beauvoir, Translator Ghassem Sanavi, 2013, Women
88. Totalitarianism, Hannah Arendt, Translator Mohsen Talai, 2013, Let’s break the Silence
89. Epistle of Nowruz, Hakim Omar Khayyam, 2014, Simorgh
90. Gender and Nation, Nira Yuval-Davis, Translator Khalil Rostamkhani, 2014, Women
91. The Plague, Albert Camus, Translator Reza Seyyed Hosseini, 2014, Simorgh