The Role of Women in Afghanistan's Peace and Reintegration Programme

An extensive piece of research looking at the role of women in the peace process and demobilisation and reintegration of former insurgents. The paper explores the linkages between the domestic sphere, employment, and the longer-term success of the APRP, and makes a number of key policy recommendations aimed at the Government of Afghanistan, UN, and international donors and aid agencies.  

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 Access to Justice in Zabul and Uruzgan

 A detailed paper exploring issues relating to the formal and informal justice sectors in two of Afghanistan's most remote and challenging provinces. The paper examines challenges facing community members approaching the justice system, and makes a number of recommendations for future programming in the rule of law sector. 

  

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Afghan Views on the Challenges of the Peace Process

PTRO's first large-N quantitative survey of Afghan opinions of the peace and transition processes. The paper examines and represents the concerns and opinions of community members throughout the country, highlighting regional differences, and contributing to on-going discussions around the peace processes, negotiations, and community-level policy.  
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