Reports in Dari

  • UNAMA: Mid Year Report, Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict (Dari), July 2017

    Armed conflict has continued to cause severe harm to civilians in Afghanistan. Between 1 January and 30 June 2017, UNAMA documented 5,243 civilian casualties (1,662 deaths and 3,581 injured), marking a decrease of less than one per cent in overall civilian casualties. Civilian deaths increased by two per cent while the number of civilians injured decreased by one per cent. Between 1 January 2009 and 30 June 2017, armed conflict in Afghanistan has claimed the lives of 26,512 civilians and injured 48,931 others. 

    PDF icon poc_myr_2017_executive_summary_dari_final.pdf
  • AREU: Civil service reform in Afghanistan - roles and functions of the civil service sector (dari)

    This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the status quo of the civil service sector in Afghanistan.It results from an in-depth empirical research of the existing legal framework of the civil servicesector accompanied by numerous interviews and an open dialogue event with national andinternational stakeholders.

    PDF icon 1616D-Civil-Service-Reform-in-Afghanistan-Roles-and-Functions-of-the-Civil-Service-Sector.pdf
  • ACBAR: Dari Statement for the World Humanitarian Summit, May 2016

    Ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit (23-24 May 2016) in Istanbul, ACBAR, the Agency Coordinating Body of Afghan Relief and Development, have held various WHS consultation workshops in Kabul and four regional centers; Mazar, Herat, Kandahar and Jalalabad. Reviewing the frameworks in which NGOs work and devising more innovative and sustainable solutions to the county’s most pressing humanitarian needs, this paper presents their recommendations.  Attached also is their press release.English versions are available in the Humanitarian reports section. 

    PDF icon اعلامیه مطبوعاتی موسسه اکبر می 2016.pdf, PDF icon بیانیه موسسه اکبر برای نشست WHS.pdf
  • NAI: Media Watch annual figures on violence against journalists, March 2016

    Nai, an Afghan NGO supporting open media in Afghanistan, runs a project called Media Watch which monitors violence against journalists, including an annual report. During 1394 (equivalent to mid March 2014-mid March 2015), there were  116 reported incidents, including murders, threats, detention and beatings.  This includes the 7 journalists killed by a Taliban suicide bomber in Kabul in January. 

    PDF icon گزارش مقایسه وی سالانه دیده بان رسانه ها 1394 NAI.pdf
  • BAAG: Joint Statement on LCA and Senior Officials Meeting (Dari), March 2015

    BAAG and nine other international and Afghan civil society groups prepared this joint statement calling for civil society's meaningful involvement in the 2015 Senior Officials Meeting.  This SOM was a commitment coming out of the London Conference on Afghanistan (LCA) in December 2014.  The statement recommends a robust consultation process for the SOM and reminds the Afghan government of particular 'demonstrated actions' it pledged ahead of the meeting.  The statement is available in Dari, Pasho and English and was shared with the Afghan, British, EU and other governments, as well as UNAMA. 

    PDF icon Joint Statement on LCA and SOM Dari 23Mar15.pdf
  • AHRDO: Women in the Eyes of Men - Dari, February 2015

    The Afghanistan Human Rights & Democracy Organisation (AHRDO) interviewed 3,900 people across 5 provinces to investigate male perceptions of women. This research is essential if the Afghan government, civil society and international community are to develop programmes and support in ways that are favourable to women's enduring empowerment and development.The findings were generally discouraging, with men's 'attitudinal and behavioural orientations... characterised by parochialism, suspicion, violence and control,' commented AHRDO Executive Director Khudadad Bsharat in the press release. This report and press release are also available in English in the Women section.

    PDF icon AHRDO Feb15-Women-in-the-Eyes-of-Men DARI.pdf, PDF icon AHRDO Press Release -Dari-Final.pdf
  • UNAMA: Protecting Afghanistan's Children in Armed Conflict, May 2014

    UNAMA has collaborated with AIHRC (Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission) and Afghan religious leaders, scholars and experts to produce a booklet on the obligations of all parties to the country’s armed conflict to respect and promote the rights of children under international law and Islam.The booklet also highlights the complementarity of the teachings and fundamental tenets of Islam with international human rights and international humanitarian law. In 2013 UNAMA documented 1,694 child casualties – 545 killed and a further 1,149 injured.  Focusing on the six grave violations of child rights in armed conflict - namely the killing and maiming of children; recruitment, use and association of children with armed forces and armed groups; the abduction of children; attacks against schools and hospitals; rape and other forms of sexual violence against children, and the denial of access to humanitarian assistance - the booklet examines each violation under Sharia law, international human rights law, international humanitarian law and the national laws of Afghanistan. The booklet is aimed at becoming a resource and advocacy tool for all child protection partners and promoting dialogue on critical and sensitive issues.  The booklet is also available in English.  

    PDF icon CAAC and Islam_Leaflet_Final_Dari.pdf
  • Integrity Watch: Mobilizing Communities for Court Watch, February 2013

    Integrity Watch Afghanistan spent six months studying a community monitoring programme of court trials in Bamyan and Kapisa provinces. Its report concludes that this programme has helped to make the judicial process slightly more transparent and accountable. Overall, it found that judges became slightly more open to the idea of community involvement in overseeing trials. And it recorded a significant rise in the number of trials which monitors were allowed to attend. 

    PDF icon Mobilizing Communities For Court Watch - Dari-Final.pdf
  • TMAF: Report of the Special Joint Coordination & Monitoring Board Meeting (Dari), January 2014

    After the Senior Officials Meeting in July 2013, there followed a JCMB meeting in January 2014 to review progress against the six areas of commitment for the Government of Afghanistan and international community outlined in the TMAF (Tokyo Mutual Accountability Framework) of 2012.  This report highlights progress to date and challenges remaining.  An English version is provided in the 'Development' section. 

    PDF icon JCMB Joint Report Dari-Final Version.pdf
  • UN: A Way to Go - Executive Summary and Recommendations in Dari, December 2013

    Reporting on the period October 2012 to September 2013, UNAMA find an increase in the reported incidences of violence against women (650, up from 470 in the same period of 2012).  However, there has been a decrease in the percentage of prosecutors using the EVAW law in their cases and courts using it in their decisions.  UNAMA find that whilst progress has been made in implementing the law, gaps continue and violence against women remains under-reported in large parts of the country.  In addition, wrongful prosecution and imprisonment of women for fleeing home, often to escape violence, continues despite directives from the Supreme Court and Attorney General to prohibit this. 

    PDF icon UNAMA EVAW Law Report 2013_Exec Summary and Recomms_Dari.pdf
  • Integrity Watch: On Afghanistan's Roads - Extortion & Abuse (Dari), November 2013

    Integrity Watch Afghanistan's survey on extortion and abuse against truck drivers on major highways of Afghanistan. The report considers how insecurity, police professionalism, internal and external supervision, and ethnic and regional discrimination relate to illegal road tolls and abusive behavior by the police.  Findings also show that counter-narcotics officials on the highways never provided receipts for payments, overcharging by Ministry of Transport officials was common and Ministry of Public Works officials were particularly aggressive in claiming its tolls.  Recently a centralized system of collecting taxes has been established for some of the tolls, which has been effective in reducing corruption.  Read the full report here. 

    PDF icon IWA Dari on_afghanistans_roads.pdf
  • Cooperation for Peace & Development: 19 Days of Activism for Children & Youth, November 2013

    The Afghan civil society organisation Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD), in coordination with Women's World Summit Foundation (WWSF), arranged 19 days of activism to highlight the role of youth in Afghanistan's development.  Events included awareness raising sessions in schools, cricket matches, e-banners and a largescale online campaign.  The culmination of the 19 days was a 4 page resolution, outlining the key issues faced by children and youth in Afghanistan and their recommendations for addressing them.Read the resolution here.  An English version is also available in the Afghan people & culture and Education sections.  

    PDF icon CPD 19 Days of Activism Youth in Afghanistan - Dari.pdf
  • Afghan Women's Network: Dari Statement on EVAW, November 2013

    The Afghan Women's Network, a prominent civil society network since 1995, prepared a statement for the Afghan government and international community to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25th November 2013).  Their statement highlights the ongoing risks faced by Afghan women, including forced and early marriage.An English version of their statement is available in the Women section. 

    PDF icon اعلامیه شبکه زنان افغان ۴ قوس ۱۳۹۲.pdf
  • High Peace Council: Joint Declaration with Civil Society Organisations, September 2013

    Over the course of 2013, a number of Afghan Civil Society Organisations have been in discussion with the High Peace Council, sharing ideas and opinions on the role of civil society in the peace talks and Afghanistan's peaceful future.  In September they agreed a framework of cooperation and coordination which they believe will support a peace process that is inclusive, guarantees the rights of all Afghans and protects national interests.  The framework and joint declaration can be read here.

    PDF icon Civil Society and High Peace Council Joint Declaration - Dari.pdf, PDF icon Civil Society and High Peace Council Cooperation Framekwork - Dari.pdf