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Parliamentary Elections in Afghanistan

Democracy without Parties?

For Afghanistan the election year 2010 is the bloodiest year since the Taliban regime was expelled from power. In spite of the eroding security situation Afghanistan will elect a new parliament on September 18, 2010. For this reason, the Konrad- Adenauer-Stiftung and the NCPR have carried out a survey which reflects the opinion trends of the Afghan society. The first section of this report introduces the survey results. In the second section, the overall conditions are described in detail. The third section discusses future prospects and gives policy recommendations. more…

Dr. Babak Khalatbari | September 17, 2010

DEPARTMENT OF PEACE STUDIES

The Department of Peace Studies offers facilitation to Research, Counseling and Education of Peace Building, Civil Conflict Resolution and Human Development. more…

Event Reports | March 14, 2010

Voting and Campaigning For Our Future

Handbook for Afghan Elections

The intention of this handbook aims to increase the general knowledge of the electoral process. One can learn about the basic rights, roles and responsibilities of citizenship within a representative democracy. It provides information particular relevant not only for broad public and potential and actual candidates, but also for journalists and also government officials. more…

December 30, 2009

Parliamentary Bulletin 06/2009

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 June 2009. With this coverage the publication series ends. more…

Dr. Babak Khalatbari | Country Reports | July 25, 2009

Parliamentary Bulletin 04 & 05/2009

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 April and May 2009. more…

Dr. Babak Khalatbari, Abdul Samad | Country Reports | June 15, 2009