BAAG reports

  • Returns and Displacment in Afghanistan - BAAG Policy Position Paper autumn 2018

    BAAG is pleased to present its autumn 2018 Policy Position Paper on Returns and Displacment in Afghanistan. Afghanistan has experienced unprecedented levels of returns in recent years and, compounded by exponential rises in internal displacement, the situation now constitutes a major humanitarian crisis. Through the input of several national and international organisations operating in/ on Afghanistan this paper offers an insight into the challenges facing Afghans residing in host countries and their subsequent return to Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Returns & Displacement Position Paper - Autumn 2018.pdf
  • Afghanistan in September 2018

    Our monthly round up of news in Afghanistan - September 2018. 

    PDF icon Afghanistan in September.pdf
  • Afghanistan in July & August 2018

    Our monthly round up of the news in July and August 2018.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in July & August.pdf
  • Afghanistan in June 2018

    Our monthly round up of the news in June 2018.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in Jun 18.pdf
  • Afghanistan in May 2018

    Our round-up of the news in May 2018.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in May 18.pdf
  • Afghanistan in April 2018

    Our monthly round up of the news in Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in Apr 18 final.pdf
  • Afghanistan in March 2018

    Our monthly round up of the news in Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in Mar 18 final.pdf
  • Return and displacement in Afghanistan

    Recently, 5 reports have been published by international NGOs and human rights organisations on the dire situation for Afghan returnees and IDPs. This paper provides a synthesis of the findings and recommendations of those reports which offer important, evidence-based insight into how to improve the situation in general and provide better policy responses to the protection and humanitarian assistance needs of Afghans being displaced or returning to their country.

    PDF icon Return and displacement in Afghanistan - March 2018.pdf
  • Afghanistan in February 2018

    Our monthly review of the key news from Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan_in_Feb_18_final.pdf
  • Inclusive Peacebuilding Approaches in Afghanistan 2018

    This research focuses on inclusive peacebuilding approaches in Afghanistan as carried out by NonGovernmental Organisations (NGOs), with a focus on community and civil society participation, and partnership models in Afghanistan. 

    PDF icon Peacebuilding paper public version upd 05Mar18.pdf
  • Afghanistan in January 2018

    2018 started very sadly for Afghanistan as its first month was one of the worst in the last 15 years. Security situation in Kabul deteriorated, a charity were targeted, and suicide attacks were carried out using ambulances. This gave the feeling that no where is safe in the country. Perhaps the only good news was that the export of carpets and crickets increased. 

    PDF icon Afghanistan in Jan 18.pdf
  • Afghanistan in October 2017

    Our monthly review of the key news from Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in October final.pdf
  • Afghanistan in September 2017

    Our monthly review of the key news from Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in September FINAL.pdf
  • Afghanistan in August 2017

    Our monthly review of the key news from Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in August Final.pdf
  • Afghanistan in July 2017

    Our monthly review of the key news from Afghanistan.

    PDF icon Afghanistan in July FINAL.pdf

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