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Book presentation

Positions of the Afghan Political Elite on the Peace Process

Report Launch and Panel Discussion

On 6 October 2020, the KAS office in Kabul in partnership with AWEC launched their survey report on the Afghan political elite's positions in the peace process.

Online-Seminar

Media training for Afghan journalists

Online trainings for professional video production

From August to September 2020 the KAS office in Kabul in partnership with the Afghan Pajhwok News Agency organizes two-week media training courses for Afghan journalists.

Forum

Regional Dialogue Series on Afghan Peace

Building Regional Consensus on the Afghan Peace Process

On 28 May 2020 and 06 June 2020, the Heart of Asia Society (HAS), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and the New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC) hosted a Track-2 dialogue on the developments in the peace process in Afghanistan.

Discussion

KAS Roundtable Series: Women, Peace & Security

Political Support of Afghan Women by the International Community - Lessons Learned and What Next?

On 27 February 2020, KAS invited to another WPS Roundtable discussion on the topic "Political Support of Afghan Women by the International Community - Lessons Learned and What Next?"

Workshop

Training for Afghan women journalists

Gender- and Conflict-Sensitive Reporting

From 18-20 February 2020, KAS in cooperation with the Pajhwok Media Agency organized a three-day training course in Kabul for young Afghan women journalists.

Workshop

16th South Asian Economics Students' Meet (SAESM) in Nepal

Annual Regional Student Exchange Programme in South Asia

From 21 to 26 January 2020, economics students from all South Asian countries met in Kathmandu, Nepal, to debate on challenges and chances of regional integration and development in South Asia’s growth and conflict region.

Study and Information Program

Afghan-European Security Dialogue 2019

Afghan Delegation in Brussels, Berlin & Hamburg

From 11 to 16 November 2019, the KAS Afghan-European Security Dialogue with a high-ranking Afghan delegation took place in Brussels, Berlin and Hamburg.

Study and Information Program

Visit of MP Thorsten Frei in Afghanistan

From 17-21 July 2019, MP Thorsten Frei visited Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif.

Expert conference

100 Years of Independence

2nd Afghanistan Studies Conference

On 17-18 August 2019, ACKU, KAS, and AIAS organized the second International Afghanistan Studies Conference at Kabul University.

Seminar

Diplomatic Training Courses at the Institute of Diplomacy

Graduation Ceremony for Young Diplomats with Foreign Minister Rabbani

On 09 July, Foreign Minister Rabbani handed over the certificates to the graduates of the diplomatic course "Politics and Diplomacy".

Women's groups co-operation / Fact Finding Mission

Workshop Report

As a follow-up initiative to the Federal Foreign Office funded conference "Shaping the future of Afghanistan and Pakistan" the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation's Kabul and Islamabad offices in autumn 2013 launched a comprehensive bilateral project.

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.

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.

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.

Security and Stability in Central Asia

Initiatives during the German EU Presidency

The Federal Foreign Office and the George C. Marshall Center hold a three-day conference on "Security and Stability in Central Asia – Initiatives during Germany's EU Council Presidency". The conference is designed to enable high-level government representatives and parliamentarians, mainly from members of NATO's Partnership for Peace initiative, to exchange views and discuss prospects for cooperation with the Central Asian states.

Launching the NCPR's Catalogue of Studies 2007

On Thursday 15 March 2007, the NCPR held a reception at the Serena Hotel, aimed at presenting its research projects for 2007.

German-Afghan Research Forum (GARF 1)

NCPR's First Winter School

The German Afghan Research Forum or “GARF” was conceived in August 2006 as a major initiative to introduce research methodology to the three Faculties of Kabul University represented at the National Centre for Policy Research: Law & Political Science, Economics, and Social Science.

DEMOCRACY IN AFGHANISTAN

Parties Recommend Changes of the Electoral Law

The current electoral system based on the Single Non-Transferable Vote should not be used again during the next parliamentary election 2010 in Afghanistan. That was the consensus reached between participants of a workshop organised by the Kabul office of Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) on 20 and 21 September 2006 who represented different political parties and members of the Wolesi Jirga both independent and affiliated with parties.

PARLIAMENTARY JOURNALISM IN AFGHANISTAN

Hurdles and Problems in Reporting

15. South Asian Economics Students' Meet (SAESM) in Sri Lanka

Regionaler Studentenaustausch in Südasien

Vom 21.-24. Januar 2019 trafen sich aus allen SAARC-Ländern je 10 ausgewählte Wirtschaftsstudenten pro Land in Colombo, Sri Lanka, um über aktuelle Herausforderungen und Chancen regionaler Integration und Entwicklung in Südasien zu debattieren.

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