Publications

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Voting and campaigning for a better future

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Kabul office will be publishing a hand-book for the Afghan Parliamentary elections in 2010, to be used as a reference guide by the potential candidates. For this reason, the KAS invited representatives of the Afghan civil society, media, political parties and members of the Afghan Parliament to the three workshops on the 20th, 21st and 22nd of April 2009, for consultations and to ask for the opinions and recommendations of the invited guests for the elections hand-book. more…

Abdul Samad, Dr. Babak Khalatbari | Event Reports | April 29, 2009

Parliamentary Bulletin 03/2009

What Happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about March 2009. more…

Dr. Babak Khalatbari, Abdul Samad | Country Reports | April 10, 2009

Parliamentary Bulletin 02/2009

What Happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about February 2009. more…

Dr. Babak Khalatbari, Abdul Samad | Country Reports | March 9, 2009

Research Focus 2009

Counselling Workshops for Selecting the Research Topics at NCPR in 2009

The NCPR had held several workshops for selecting its Research Topics in 2009. Each department of NCPR had organized and prepared 15very vital topics to be evaluated by the participants and they had to vote for the most important ones. More than 71 participants, Experts of Economics, Social Sciences and Law & Political Sciences from Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations, Professors of Kabul University and professionals from the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan attended. more…

Event Reports | March 3, 2009

Discovering Democracy

Young Kabul Art

When the Taliban destroyed the Buddha statue in Bamyan in March 2001, the enormous dimension of their strategy of cultural destruction became visible. The project “Discovering Democracy – Young Kabul Art 2007” supported not only the reconstruction process of the first working circles of young Afghan artists also the thoughtfulness of the participants was focused on democracy because democracy cannot only be described as the state of the art, also it can be stated artistically. more…

February 15, 2009