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In 2017, UNAMA is further strengthening its partnerships with individual radio stations across Afghanistan, supporting their efforts to provide information and updates on the issues you care about most. As a result of this expansion of support to local radio, UNAMA ended production of its Afghanistan Emrooz weekly programme in December 2016. Thank you for listening.

Let us know what issues you have enjoyed or appreciated hearing about on Radio Emrooz, and what you’d like to hear more of on your local stations. Contact us at unamaradio@un.org.

  • Civil Society and UN Human Rights (Pashto)

    20 October 2016 – This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz highlights how civil society can leverage the United Nations Human Rights framework in the interest of fostering good governance. 

  • Civil Society and UN Human Rights (Dari)

    18 October 2016 – This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz highlights how civil society can leverage the United Nations Human Rights framework in the interest of fostering good governance. 

  • What does the recent Brussels Conference mean for Afghans? (Pashto)

    13 October 2016 - This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz focuses on the outcome and meaning of the recent Brussels Conference on Afghanistan. Highlighted in particular is the importance of the conference for the country’s development, including the empowerment of women.

  • What does the recent Brussels Conference mean for Afghans? (Dari)

    11 October 2016 - This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz focuses on the outcome and meaning of the recent Brussels Conference on Afghanistan. Highlighted in particular is the importance of the conference for the country’s development, including the empowerment of women. 

  • Access to information in Afghanistan (Pashto)

    06 October 2016 - This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz focuses on access to information in Afghanistan, and its importance both for the public and government accountability. The programme also examines Afghanistan’s Access to Information Law,  including progress towards its implementation and challenges faced.

  • Access to information in Afghanistan (Dari)

    04 October 2016 - This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz focuses on access to information in Afghanistan, and its importance both for the public and government accountability. The programme also examines Afghanistan’s Access to Information Law,  including progress towards its implementation and challenges faced.

  • Government anti-corruption efforts in Afghanistan (Pashto)

    29 September 2016 – This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz focuses on government anti-corruption efforts around the country. The programme also introduces the upcoming Brussels Conference on Afghanistan

  • Government anti-corruption efforts in Afghanistan (Dari)

    27 September 2016 – This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz focuses on government anti-corruption efforts around the country. The programme also introduces the upcoming Brussels Conference on Afghanistan.

  • Afghans working for peace and positive change – Part 2 (Pashto)

    22 Sept 2016 – This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz features the work of three Afghans working for peace and positive changes in the country. The programme highlights the importance of promoting a culture of peace for development and a prosperous future.

  • Afghans working for peace and positive change – Part 2 (Dari)

    20 Sept 2016 – This week’s Afghanistan Emrooz features the work of three Afghans working for peace and positive changes in the country. The programme highlights the importance of promoting a culture of peace for development and a prosperous future.

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