Awec Director Palwasha Hassan Contributed to the Afghan Women six point agenda actively in the meeting held on 5-Feb-2019 Afghan women have historically been on the right side of the history. They have consistently sided with democracy and social progress. They have, even when restricted by war and misogyny, taken active part
ورکشاپ ملی انکشاف رهنمود آموزشی معلمان تعلیم و تربیه در حالت اضطرار به ابتکار وزارت معارف و به همکاری مالی دفتر (Save the Children) و همکاری تخنیکی دفاتر (AWEC) و ) (CoAR) به تاریخ 19 دسامبر 2018 در هوتل پارک ستار برگزار شد. در ورکشاپ یاد شده از مسئولین بخش تعلیم و تربیه
UN Calls For Women’s Equal Role In Peace Process Women’s full, equal and meaningful participation in peace processes was the focus of this year’s Afghanistan-wide Global Open Days events, a series of nationwide dialogues around women, peace and security. “Gender inequality continues to prevail in Afghanistan with regard to women’s participation in
Children’s Universal Day is celebrated in Paktia For the celebration of Children’s Universal Day, the Paktia provincial office of Afghan Women Educational Center (AWEC) launched drawing competitions among the students of Shashgar High School – Gardez on 4th of December 2018. The number of students, who were selected from 4th, 5th, and
held on 27 & 28 November 2018 Palwasha Hassan Speech in Geneva Conference on Afghanistan: Today at high level Meeting, at Geneva conferee side event on Afghanistan Sustainable Development Goals. I have been representing Civil society as chair of ACBAR where the main messages were: 1. Sustainable development is more needed than ever
So what CAN we do together to stop violence against women & girls in Afghanistan? Excellent discussion today hosted by Amb Sally of Australia UN GVA, with Amb Nicola of & the wonderful Palwasha Hassan of AWN/AWEC. UNwomen afghan proud to part of the conversation.
Palwasha Hassan. Photo: Courtesy of Palwasha Hassan Palwasha Hassan is a mobilizer who fought for the rights of women to be enshrined in Afghanistan’s 2004 Constitution. She is an advisor at the country’s High Peace Council (which is tasked with negotiating with elements of the Taliban), and also the Executive Director of