BAMYAN, 6 May 2015 – Around 25 key religious scholars and community leaders from Afghanistan’s Bamyan province have agreed to form a joint committee with the elders of neighbouring Baghlan province to coordinate and share efforts to tackle insecurity in the region.
KUNAR, 4 May 2015 – At a United Nations-backed televised debate in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar, religious scholars and civil society activists stressed the need for public awareness campaigns to be launched focusing on the rights of women and their empowerment.
KABUL, 3 May 2015 – World Press Freedom Day was marked in Afghanistan today with speeches and awards to journalists who produced top reports on key issues affecting the lives of Afghans.
BAMYAN, 26 April 2015 – Afghan police women met in Bamyan at a United Nations workshop to discuss the practical implementation of key UN resolutions on women’s rights and the protection of civilians.
KANDAHAR, 23 April 2015 – Spotlighting women’s important role in politics and the Afghan peace process, the southern regional office of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) launched a radio series in Kandahar.
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