Category Archives: Afghanistan

Accountability for the persecution of Afghanistan’s Hazaras in the spotlight at the latest online symposium

The Foundation convened an interdisciplinary panel on the record of crimes committed against Afghanistan’s Hazara [...]

‘Nothing about us without us’: Afghan disability rights activists share opportunities and challenges

This symposium provided a platform for discussion about upholding the rights of persons with disabilities [...]

The Foundation’s series of symposia continues with national and international perspectives on Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

From geopolitics to the administration of criminal justice, the latest symposium offered a platform to [...]

Justice in Afghanistan in the spotlight at the Foundation’s latest symposium

A panel of Afghan legal experts discussed findings of a recent report, produced by the [...]

ALRN Roundtable explores the prospects for constitutionalism and adjudication in a Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

Contributors to the Afghanistan Legal Research Network (ALRN) offered analysis and new perspectives on constitutional [...]

Diasporic Afghan scholars convene for Afghanistan Legal Research Network Conference 2022

ALRN members convened in Heidelberg and online to present and discuss their research on trajectories [...]

The Afghanistan Legal Research Network hosts its latest symposium on legal change in Afghanistan

The proceedings offered perspectives on the administration of justice and the fight against money laundering [...]

Afghan women judges share experiences and hopes in Afghanistan Legal Research Network’s monthly symposium

In partnership with the International Association of Women Judges, the Foundation hosted a symposium with [...]

Individual liberties in focus at the Afghanistan Legal Research Network’s monthly symposium

Afghan scholars presented their research on press freedom and women’s freedom of movement in Afghanistan [...]

The Afghanistan Legal Research Network of the Foundation hosts symposium on legal developments in Afghanistan

Afghan scholars explored the interplay between environmental crises and ethnicity on security and governance before [...]