Reports in Dari

  • 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
  • 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

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