Armanshahr a periodical on human rights and civil society, Issues 25-26 published

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Armanshahr (a periodical on human rights and civil society), Issue 25-26 published

In this issue:

[rouge]Human Rights & Peace[/rouge]

  • HUMAN RIGHTS AT A CROSSROADS: The need for a rights-centred approach to peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan - Joint FIDH/Armanshahr Report
  • Priorities of civil society & human rights activists after Tokyo! Interview: Zia Mobalegh
  • A glance at US-Afghanistan strategic agreement
  • AIHRC on Afghanistan-USA Strategic Partnership Agreement
  • Will 2014 spell the end of free and independent media in Afghanistan?

[rouge]Violations of Human Rights[/rouge]

  • Amnesty International - Annual Report 2012 – Afghanistan
  • From Arbaki to Local Police - Summary of AIHRC Report
  • Human Rights Violations News
  • We condemn 15 April terrorist attacks - TJCG & 22 groups & media organisations

[rouge]Transitional Justice – Afghanistan[/rouge]

  • There is still a chance to control the armed conflict in Afghanistan- Interview Nader Nadery
  • Transitional Justice Coordination Group – a record sheet

[rouge]Tokyo Conference[/rouge]

  • FIDH/Armanshahr Press release on Tokyo Conference
  • Benchmarking development to key human rights indicators Armanshahr/ FIDH Open Letter
  • We demand peace with the just not with human rights violators and war crimes suspects - Women’s 50% Campaign

[rouge]Chicago Conference[/rouge]

  • NATO Summit should go beyond discussing the quick-fixes of military disengagement - FIDH/Armanshahr Press release
  • Peace, justice, transparency, participation - Statement of TJCG
  • CSHRO Statement
  • Afghan Civil Society Forum’s declaration

[rouge]Armanshahr Public Debates[/rouge]

  • From the fairy of arts to the monster of war-87th Public Debate
  • 6 years of public debates about justice


  • 6 years of publishing for justice
  • “Transitional Justice Manual”
  • New books by Armanshahr
  • Other articles in the Dari version of Armanshahr
  • Armanshahr/Open Asia publications

About Armanshahr Foundation
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