At a meeting of the General Assembly of the Gender Network on May 14, 2014, the draft constitution of the network was approved and members of the Board of Directors were elected. Muqadas Atalwal was nominated to chair the Board. Names of Board members are:
Ms.Manizha Wafeq USAID program partner
Ms.Frozan Mashal Director in PATH-O
Ms.Najiba Norestani Gender officer in Ministry of Education.
Ms.Liya Jawad Director of FSJO
Ms.Orzalla Barakzai Gender Specialist in DI
Mr.Mohammad Niyaz Safi Director in TEST
Ms.Noria Safi Director of WCBDO
Mr.Said Hashim Amin Professor in Kabul […]
The conference was about country’s acute issues rotationally (The joint conference between civil institutions and governmental agencies regarding administrative corruption). The conference also briefly discussed on basic roots of administrative corruption and other types of corruption and the ways how to get out of it.
On behalf of civil society organizations AWEC attended it and discussed the following:
Role of women in eliminating corruption, role of mothers in family, women accountability and more in reliance of youth, both boys and girls, and request from university directors of our country who should have cooperation in this regard to arrange certain […]
The conference held on 21/04/2014 by Afghanis Civil Society Election Network (ACSEN) to strengthen the electoral process by a huge gibbous of representatives from civil society, political parties and presidential candidates and three security sector institutions in Continental Hotel. The main purpose of the conference was an ally voice from 100 civil society organizations of ACSEN network to maintain the neutrality and legitimate votes of people by two election council, ministry of defense and ministry of interior affairs. In order to not applied any kind of force and be supportive to people’s demand and to obtain the […]
The AWEC Resource Center held its first Seminar on 17 April 2014, entitled, ‘Civil Society in Afghanistan’. This event was held in the AWEC training room. The main issue discussed was whether Afghanistan could have a strong civil society like other countries? This was considered important for the future sustainability and stability of Afghanistan.
Thirty five participants attended the seminar, which was led by Khalil Raufi, who is a well-known professor of Psychology in Kabul University. Participants were members of youth groups, CSOs, and university students. The lecture delivered by Professor Raufi, was followed by a discussion, and […]