MAIDAN WARDAK – Panellists in a series of UN-backed radio programmes across Afghanistan’s central provinces remain hopeful, despite all the many challenges and obstacles, that latest peace efforts will result in a final settlement ending decades
KABUL – As part of a series of interactive radio programmes marking 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, participants from Afghanistan’s central provinces called for urgent measures to help prevent
KABUL – The Afghan Journalists Safety Committee (AJSC) and the United Nations jointly-hosted a conference today in Kabul with media, government and civil society to mark the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, with participants highlighti
KANDAHAR – Peace, development and humanitarian assistance go hand in hand, said participants at a coordination meeting this week between United Nations agencies and provincial administration officials in the southern province of Kandahar.
GARDEZ/JALALABAD – Women need to be meaningfully involved to end the conflict, including in ongoing peace negotiations, said panellists appearing in radio programmes in the country’s southeast and eastern provinces.
HERAT - Radio panellists sought the support of the country’s Ulema and community elders in calling for a reduction in violence and a long-term ceasefire during a series of radio programmes in the western provinces.
KABUL - Luminaries from Afghanistan’s media, human rights, corruption watchdog sector and other civil society bodies were joined today in Kabul by the UN at an event held at the Presidential Palace to observe the International Day of Universal Access to Information.