At-risk children are an inevitable consequence of Afghanistan being one of the most unstable countries in the world. According to data produced by UNICEF, in 2014, 29 percent of children in Afghanistan were believed to be bound to the streets as labourers. By 2017, this figure is almost certainly greater, as regional studies continue to report significant increases in the…
The Program’s overall objective is to sensitize, train and engage Afghan Civil Society organizations in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) mechanism and process by monitoring the government obligation towards implementation of the UPR recommendations and provide compressive reports and communication on the government performance towards fulfilling its commitments for protection and promotion of human rights obliged in the ratified international treaties, conventions and National Constitution in Afghanistan.The project will contribute to broadening capacity of effective engagement of the Civil Society organizations in the international human rights mechanism for protection promotion of human rights through: (i) sensitizing local CSOs on the UPR system, the current recommendations issue to the government of Afghanistan by under the first and
BRD organized the two rounds of workshop on Family Violence Awareness and Media Advocacy Training for Media professionals and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), from 27-30 January and 26-28 Feb 2 013.Total 33 participants consisting of members of the Civil Society Organizations, Local Radios and Ministry of Women Affairs participated in the workshop. The topics of the workshop were focused on:…
Under the ECA exchange, on Afghan Justice System and Public Administration Fellowship Program, The Bureau for Reconstruction and Development facilitated the visit of the 4 US participants in Kabul. In close coordination with the Relief International Kabul office, the US exchange participants were provided with the first hand experience of the justice system and public administration and familiarized with Afghan culture and traditions, including the work of the civil society in Afghanistan.
BRD started the new year with its new initiative aimed at the promotion of women in Afghan society, the exhibition of women’s entrepreneurship projects. The event took place in Gahnzi, on January 11 and involved 30 women entrepreneurs, the representatives of concerned government departments, NGO’s and CSO’s members as well as ordinary citizens interested in the project.
Humboldt Viadrina School of Governance, in cooperation with the Bureau for Reconstruction and Development, have organised a workshop ‘Enhancement of Competency of the IEC and Afghan NGOs in the fields of Anti-Corruption, Electoral Law and Organization of Electoral Process’ in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, held from 9th January to 20th January 2012. Representatives of BRD; Marta Matosek participated in this workshop together with 30 representatives of Independent Election Commission (IEC) and other Afghan NGOs, such as Free and Fair Elections Foundation of Afghanistan, Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, All Afghan Women Union etc. One of the most prominent guests of that workshop was Mr Fazal Ahmad Manawi, the Chairman of IEC.