Armanshahr (a periodical on human rights and civil society), Issues 21 (Special issue for Bonn Conference - Dec. 2011))

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Armanshahr - a periodical on human rights and civil society, Year 3, Vol.4

Issue 21: Special issue for Bonn Conference - Dec. 2011

• FIDH/ Armanshahr: Making peace with the Taliban, at what cost?
• The Taliban, an overview of human rights violations
• Taliban’s constitution – a comparative review
• The sad fate of peace and justice in Afghanistan
• Repression and violence against Afghan journalists
• Joint Statement of Afghanistan Women’s 50% Campaign and Afghanistan
Women’s Political Participation Committee to Bonn 2 Conference
• Amnesty: Afghanistan 10 years on: Slow progress and failed promises
• Amnesty: Taliban leader’s orders to reduce civilian casualties “hypocritical”
• Amnesty: Guarantee Afghan women’s rights in peace talks with the Taliban
• Civilian casualties in the war in Afghanistan (2001–present)
• Message of Afghan civil society institutions
• Afghan women towards Bonn and beyond
• Statement of CSHRO to the Bonn Conference
• Joint NGOs statement for the Istanbul Conference
• Afghanistan in figures, 10 years after the Taliban

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