AWEC staff, management and board take great pleasure to share the news that Ms. Palwasha Hassan AWEC’s Executive Director is elected as new Chairwoman of ACBAR last week. This is first time in ACBAR 30 years’ history that a woman is elected in this position. We wish her all the best for this new volunteer responsibility and trust that she will capably lead NGO coordination.
Ms. Hassan has over 20 years of experience in promoting women’s rights and civil society in Afghanistan, her pioneering work includes setting the foundation for Afghan Women Network (AWN), Roazana, Madadagar (Save Home […]
On December 30th AWEC on financial support of Tawanmandi was able organize a one day conference as part of multiple activities in support of Orange campaign to End Violence against Women and Girls,
Representative of AIHRC, MoI, Defence, MoLSAMD and MoWA beside several CSO participated in the event.
( take info from Intro I wrote for Conference)
AWEC program staff share the finding of two important research with representative of relevant ministries, as part of campaign of ending violence against women and girls A. The finding of gender review of of school curriculum aim to highlight he gender insensitive material in […]
South Asians for Human Rights and Afghan Women’s Education Center (AWEC) jointly organized a dialogue among the civil society representatives from Afghanistan, Pakistan and India on 28 and 29 November 2016 in Kabul. The objective of the meeting was to identify the role of civil society groups particularly women’s groups in facilitating peace and security in Afghanistan and to formulate recommendations for a joint civil society initiative towards peace and cooperation in the region.
The delegation met with the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, High Peace Council and other government personnel to discuss their […]