These are events that have been conducted by AREU or have involved significant participation by AREU staff since 2009.

Kick-Off Workshop on Migration Governance

On January 18, 2017, Govern4Afg conducted a Kick-off Workshop for the discussion & research process on migration governance, at AREU Library, Kabul. The objective of the workshop. The aim of this workshop was to introduce the thematic scope of the

Kick-Off Workshop on Good Urban Governance

On December 14, 2016, Govern4Afg conducted a kick-off workshop for the discussion and research process on Good Urban Governance in the AREU Library, Kabul. Govern4Afg aims to develop a concept for defining good cities, Nahias and Gozars. The workshop intended

Kick-Off Workshop on Good Mining Governance

Kick-Off Workshop onGood Mining Governance On December 14, 2016, Govern4Afg conducted a Kick-off workshop for the research and dialogue process on Good Mining Governance which is a continuation of the research in the previous round of Govern4Afg entitled “A Balancing

Event Description: Provincial Presentation of Issues Paper on “A Balancing Act for Extractive Sector Governance”

On August 27, 2016 Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) facilitated the presentation of the Govern4Afg issue paper titled “A balancing Act for Extractive Sector Governance” authored by Javed Noorani at the Governor’s Office, Herat Province from 09:00-12:00 hours.The presentation

Civil society and its role in promoting good governance in Afghanistan

On 21st December 2015 AREU Hosted an open Dialogue discussion: Over 30 representatives of civil society from Kabul and Mazar, Afghan government, German Development Cooperation and GIZ, and members of Community Development Councils (CDCs) and District Development Assemblies (DDAs) attended

Seminar on the 2004 Constitution of Afghanistan: Relevance and Pertinent Challenges

AREU recently completed the ‘Afghan Constitutional Analysis and Dialogues’ Project. This was 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

Round table discussion on findings and recommendations of AREU reports

AREU team visited Herat city, in the west of Afghanistan to discuss findings and recommendations of two research papers: “Reaching Boiling Point: Politicization of High Schools in Afghanistan” and the paper titled: “Why do children undertake the unaccompanied journey”. These

Politicisation of High School Activism in Afghanistan

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,

The Other Side of Gender Inequality: Men and Masculinities in Afghanistan

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

The Other Side of Gender Inequality: Men and Masculinities in Afghanistan

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