Emily Winterbotham made a presentation and facilitated a discussion group at Friedrich Ebert Stiftung with the Young Leaders Forum on the topic of transitional justice.
Sogol Zand and Chona Echavez provided a joint presentation based on research in Parwan Province analysing women’s participation in the National Solidarity Programme and microcredit programmes and its significance for women’s empowerment.
AREU and the Ministry of Finance held a joint roundtable titled “Connecting Policy to Practice: An Integrated Review of Key Issues for the Kabul Conference,” at which senior AREU researchers presented to members of the Kabul Conference Cluster Groups, followed Read More
Emily Winterbotham described some of the efforts that organisations involved in the field of transitional justice are working on, while at the same time acknowledging several of the key challenges that are involved in this type of work in Afghanistan. Read More
This roundtable was attended by about 20 experts on corruption and anticorruption from a variety of organisations. Discussion was lively and focused largely on recommendations emanating from recent AREU research on this topic, and how to move forward with anti-corruption Read More
This public lecture by Yama Torabi highlighted findings from recent research on corruption at the subnational level, and possible approaches for addressing it.
Former AREU director Paul Fishstein presented on his research in Balkh Province, examining the relationship between development activities and security. This was a well attended public lecture.
This presentation at AREU by Dr. Adam Pain outlined the results of two village and household case studies in the contrasting provinces of Kandahar and Badakhshan. It outlined the livelihood pathways of study households since 2002. In Kandahar these were Read More
AREU Director Dr Paula Kantor presented AREU’s response to the 2010 Kabul Conference to the press.
AREU’s governance team (Mohammad Hassan Wafaey, Muneer Salamzai and Farid Ahmad Bayat) gave a presentation at the Afghan Civil Society Forum-organisation (ACSFo) on how Afghans define and perceive “democracy” and democratisation in their country. Key findings from AREU research in Read More