UNAMA seeks to embed and integrate human rights into processes promoting peace and reconciliation, ensuring inclusivity, accountability and compatibility with justice and international human rights standards. UNAMA supports the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission in delivering on its human rights protection mandate as the national human rights body accredited at the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions. UNAMA works with the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission and national actors in promoting sustainable policies in areas related to victim-centred justice, including on accountability, truth seeking, reparations, institutional reforms and prevention.
UNAMA supports human rights defenders and civil society actors in advocating for the promotion and protection of civic space in Afghanistan.
Special Report: Killing of Human Rights Defenders, Journalists and Media Workers in Afghanistan - 2018-2021 (released 14 Feb 2021)
AFGHAN PEOPLE'S DIALOGUE ON PEACE
The Afghan People’s Dialogue on Peace is a process designed to promote inclusivity and give voice to the views of ordinary Afghans on critical issues. The dialogue process enables civil society groups to solicit the views of the traditionally marginalized.