KUNDUZ - An ongoing countrywide campaign is underscoring the importance of media freedom and access to information as essential tools that can help foster peace and uphold human rights in Afghanistan.
KABUL - To support efforts by Afghanistan’s communities and institutions to protect and promote human rights and fundamental freedoms, civil society members, government officials, religious scholars, media professionals, women’s rights activists and other community leaders came t
KABUL - To support efforts by Afghanistan’s communities and institutions in ending all forms of violence against women and girls, UNAMA’s regional offices organised a series of events and programmes across the country for the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence camp
MAHMUD-E-RAQI - The active and meaningful participation of young Afghans in the country’s public institutions and in political processes is crucial for local development initiatives, said panellists in a UN-backed radio programme broadcast in the central province of Kapisa.
BAMYAN - Community elders, civil society activists, religious scholars and media representatives in the central highlands province gathered at a UN-backed symposium to strategize on ways to promote social cohesion, both locally and nationally, in the interest of advancing peace.
QALAT - To discuss Zabul’s latest economic development plans and local peace initiatives, UNAMA’s Kandahar regional office organized a series of meetings with civil society members, women’s rights groups, government officials and other community leaders in the provincial capital