20 January 2015 – Afghan civil society networks will organize more activities to ensure recommendations of the recent national conference on Afghan’s people dialogue for peace heard by the government.
UNAMA is strengthening its partnerships with radio stations across Afghanistan and supporting efforts to provide information on issues you care about.
As a result of this expansion of support to local radio, UNAMA ended production of the Afghanistan Emrooz weekly programme in December 2016.
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Follow up of Afghan People’s Dialogue on Peace (Dari & Pashto)
National Conference of Afghan People’s Dialogue on Peace (Dari & Pashto)
13 January 2015 - Afghan civil society will organize a UNAMA-backed national conference of the Afghan People’s Dialogue on Peace this week to discuss local peace road maps derived from group discussions with Afghans across the country.
Afghan women’s achievements and challenges in the past 13 years (Dari & Pashto)
6 January 2015 - Two high profile Afghan women’s rights activists today shared their achievements and the challenges they have faced in the last 13 years during a live roundtable discussion.
'Stolen Lands of Afghanistan and its People' report (Dari & Pashto)
3 January 2015 - UNAMA’s Rule of Law Unit recently published a report entitled 'The Stolen Lands of Afghanistan and its People'. The report is the first in a series of three on issues related to theft of state and private lands by private individuals, armed groups, communities, along with the government and state.
Civil society focus of London conference (Dari & Pashto)
27 December 2014 - To provide an opportunity to talk about the London conference held earlier this month and what civil society asked for at the conference, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan organized a radio roundtable. The programme also covers significant achievements of the conference.
UNAMA backed event highlights about women’s health and education (Dari & Pashto)
20 December 2014 – UNAMA Human Rights-backed street theatre and debate about family-violence issues staged aimed to raise awareness about human rights issues, especially as they intersect with Afghan laws and social custom.
UNAMA-backed event highlights women’s health and education (Dari & Pashto)
20 December 2014 - A UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) backed street theatre and debate about family-violence issues aimed to raise awareness about human rights issues, especially as they intersect with Afghan laws and social customs.
University students debate child marriage (Dari & Pashto)
13 December 2014 - The United Nations-backed student debate took place this week in Kabul to commemorate Human Rights Day. The UN Day is celebrated every year on 10 December.
Islam's view on women’s rights in marriage (Dari & Pashto)
6 December 2014 - As part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan organized a TV roundtable to discuss women’s rights in marriage according to Islam.
UNAMA calls parties in armed conflict to protect schools and hospitals (Dari & Pashto)
27 November 2014 - UNAMA today reiterated its call to parties in armed conflict to not attack schools and hospitals.