AREU presented on the findings of the paper “Reaching Boiling Point: Politicisation of High School Activism in Afghanistan”, to a number of representatives from the northern region. The round table discussion in Mazar city was attended by civil society leaders, Read More
On 25th of January, 2016, AREU hosted a National Dissemination Conference to brief stakeholders about the research findings of the paper, titled: “The Other Side of Gender Inequality:Men and Masculinities in Afghanistan.” The event was an opportunity to not only Read More
On 21st January 2016 AREU officially launched a new research paper, titled: “The Other Side of Gender Inequality: Men and Masculinities in Afghanistan.” The paper was unveiled by in the presence of a number of media outlets and journalists in Read More
This workshop presented key findings from two AREU papers on the Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS) process and outcomes, and used these to fuel discussion on ways forward in implementing the ANDS. It aimed to engage some of the people Read More
A day-long land conflict workshop was held at the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, and included 21 participants from 12 organizations involved in land conflict issues in Afghanistan.
This one-day workshop brought together representatives of government, donors and NGOs working on issues related to child labour to discuss the findings of AREU’s child labour research programme.
On October 14 2009, the Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR) and the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) presented the first in a lecture/discussion series based on recent and ongoing AREU research findings. The basic format of these Read More
The Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR) and the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) presented the second in a lecture/discussion series based on recent and ongoing AREU research findings. This event focused on AREU’s child labour study. Presenting Read More
Former AREU director Andrew Wilder presented results from the study of the same name. It was held at ANSO and attended by 90 people.
Participants in this half-day workshop discussed the significance of findings from the “Afghanistan Livelihoods Trajectories” study in light of the policy and programmatic concerns noted by attendees.