Events - Afghanistan Office
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.
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.
Diplomatic Training Course 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".
KAS Roundtable 2019: India's Role and Perception in the Afghan Peace Process
The Afghan Peace Process in Regional Perspective
On 08 July 2019, the KAS Afghanistan Office organised a Roundtable discussion on "India's Role and Perception in the Afghan Peace Process".
Women, Peace & Security
Security for Women, by Women in the Afghan Peace Process
On 20 June 2019, KAS organised a roundtable discussion to build a network for women working on security.
Workshop on the "Management of Peace Processes"
Sequenzing, Setting, Substance - a Comparative Approach to Peace Processes
From Juni 17-19, the KAS Office Afghanistan organised in cooperation with the National Center for Policy Research (NCPR) a three-day Workshop on the "Management of Peace Processes". Participants were students and lecturers of Kabul Universities as well as peace activists from civil society.
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Media meets Parliament
Partners for Democracy
Die KAS-Workshopserie "Media meets Parliament" zielt darauf, bei Journalisten ein besseres Verständnis für die Arbeit des neu gewählten afghanischen Parlaments zu wecken und die Parlamentsberichterstattung in den Medien insgesamt zu verbessern.
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
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