KABUL - Afghan women must be part of decision-making processes in local government for improved access to basic services, said panellists during a UN-backed symposium in Kabul last week.
BAMYAN - Addressing residents of the central highlands region in a UN-backed debate, government officials, civil society groups and a broad range of other community leaders emphasized the critical importance of using dialogue to foster unity at all levels of society, from the soc
MAZAR-E SHARIF - The importance of Afghan women’s access to formal justice systems, and their presence as employees working in those systems, were topics debated at a recent UN-backed symposium held in Afghanistan’s northern province of Balkh.
KUNDUZ - In the northeast region of Afghanistan, the UN is working on an initiative to leverage the power of local radio and television to build support among communities for reducing conflict, fighting corruption and advancing peace.
KABUL - Addressing residents of the Surobi district of Kabul province in a UN-backed radio discussion, government officials, women’s rights activists and a broad range of other community leaders emphasized the critical importance of institutionalizing the principles of peace at a
JALALABAD - In a recent UN-backed radio programme in Nuristan, civil society representatives debated with government officials the most effective ways to improve services for the residents of the eastern region.