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“When Will Transitional Justice in Afghanistan

Pages from 1612E When Will Transitional Justice in Afghanistan1

The current study is undertaken to assess if the perceptions of Transitional Justice (TJ) are still as relevant when the “”call for justice” exercise was undertaken by the AIHRC. The participants and informants of the study were chosen from five

Annual Seminar Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium

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This seminar brought together representatives from the Afghan government, domestic and international civil society organizations, and research institutes. Additionally, there were key experts in sub-national governance, livelihoods, and rural development. The seminar aimed to stimulate discussion and debate among attendees

Ten Years of the Constitution

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AREU recently completed the “Afghan Constitutional Analysis and Dialogues” Project, the first major study reflecting on a decade of the 2004 Constitution. The project examined the status and evolution of constitutional and legal debates ten years after the adoption of

Public Lecture and Open Discussion “The Afghan National Army: Sustainability Challenges beyond Financial Aspects”

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On 18 November AREU researcher, Dr. Antonio Giustozzi, recently gave a lecture on the condition of Afghanistan security forces, in particular Afghan National Army. The lecture was focused on a recent AREU research titled “The Afghan National Army: Sustainability Challenges

Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium Annual Seminar

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The Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium Afghanistan (SLRCA), a joint three-year research programme of the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU), being financially supported by the European Unionconvened a half-day seminar to discuss livelihoods and

Roundtable Discussion on “Afghanistan’s Electoral Experiences”


For Afghanistan, to have a Constitution, is itself an achievement. Afghanistan has had several Constitution’s in the past, that were never put in to effect. Previous Constitutions, including the 1964 Constitution were created by rulers, to legitimize their governments.

رسیدگی به شکایات انتخاباتی: افغانستان و خطرات عدم قانونمداری میزگرد

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واحد تحقیق و ارزیابی افغانستان، دومین میزگرد را در مورد مطالعه: “رسیدگی به شکایات انتخاباتی: افغانستان و خطرات عدم قانونمداری” به تاریخ یازدهم می در کابل برگزار کرد. این تحقیق با حمایت سخاوتمندانه انستتیوت صلح ایالات متحده آمریکا انجام شده

District Councils: The Missing Middle of Local Governance

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This roundtable emerged from AREU’s wider study of local governance and focuses specifically on issues encountered at the district level. Participants highlighted the weakness of district structures compared to those at the provincial and village level; the confusion and complexity

Proceedings of an AREU Roundtable Discussion on Planning New Afghan Cities

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The scoping and preliminary phase of an AREU urban governance research project was conducted in the cities of Herat, Charikar and Jalalabad between September 2010 and April 2011. This roundtable presented findings and discussed key issues in urban governance that

Proceedings of a Roundtable Discussion on Community-Based Dispute Resolution

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On 14 February 2011, AREU research consultant Rebecca Gang led a roundtable discussion on the findings of AREU’s research on community-based dispute resolution (CBDR) with a small group of fellow researchers, advocates and policymakers. The group focused initially on the