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The state of electoral dispute mechanisms in Afghanistan

In 2010 Afghanistan faced an unprecedented situation where despite having two bodies to address electoral irregularities, the executive created an extra-constitutional measure to adjudicate electoral complaints. Ambiguities in the lega... Read More

Date: August 2014 | Download Now

 


Despair or Hope? Opium Poppy Cultivation in post-2014 Afghanistan

Like so much else in Afghanistan, the direction that the opium economy takes after 2014 will depend on a complex matrix of factors.Those who despair point to the more than one-third increase in cultivation, with a new high in 2013. The... Read More

Date: August 2014 | Download Now

 


Afghanistan’s Constitution Ten Years On: What Are the Issues?

January 2014 marks the tenth anniversary of the current constitution of Afghanistan. Issues have arisen since then over textual ambiguities in the constitution as well as the locus of authority that can address and clarify them. Ambigu... Read More

Date: August 2014 | Download Now

 


Politics and Governance in Afghanistan: the Case of Nangarhar Province

This paper seeks to explore regional political dynamics and governance being undertaken by the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit and the Overseas Development Institute as part of the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium. This ... Read More

Date: June 2014 | Download Now

 


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... Read More

Date: June 2014 | Download Now

 


"From Bad They Made It Worse" The concentration of opium poppy in areas of conflict in the provinces of Helmand and Nangarhar

Levels of drug crop cultivation have long been seen as an indicator of the success or failure of counternarcotics efforts. However, to rely on this indicator is to misunderstand the socioeconomic and political processes that support fa... Read More

Date: June 2014 | Download Now

 


Afghanistan: Developing a Method for Village Characterisation

This report describes the methods that are to be used to identify key village variables that might help account for ‘village behaviour’ and explain how these link to potential or actual public good delivery outcomes in Afghanistan. It ... Read More

Date: May 2014 | Download Now

 


The A to Z Guide to Assistance in Afghanistan 2014-Twelfth Edition

Updated each year, the A to Z Guide to Afghanistan Assistance aims to enhance general understanding of the array of actors, structures, and government processes related to aid and reconstruction efforts in the country.... Read More

Date: May 2014 | Download Now

 


How do social protection and labour programmes contribute to social inclusion ?

Discussions around the post-2015 development goals and the proposed ‘leave no-one behind’ principle have revived global interest in inequality and the role of social protection in promoting social inclusion. The growing body of evidenc... Read More

Date: April 2014 | Download Now

 


The contribution of BRAC’s life skills education and livelihoods trainings to social inclusion in Afghanistan

This study adopts a social exclusion lens to analyse the effects of BRAC’s life skills education and livelihoods trainings for young women in Afghanistan and tests assumptions about the role labour programmes can play in contributing t... Read More

Date: April 2014 | Download Now

 


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