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Peace and Indigenous Capacity Development in Afghanistan: Present Context and Future Prospects
November 28, 2012 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm| Free
A public session held in conjunction between UNITAR and Hiroshima University Partnership Project for Peacebuilding and Capacity Development (HiPeC).
After decades of conflict, security and stability in Afghanistan are yet to be achieved. Despite the fall of Taliban in 2001, the country has been enduring irregular wars and conflicts for more than a decade. With the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) expected to leave and hand over to the Afghan government in 2014, questions remain regarding a durable peace in the country. In this context, the role of the international community in promoting peace, security, governance and development in Afghanistan must be reexamined. How can the international community provide assistance to the capacity development of Afghan people, organizations and institutions that would eventually lead to the establishment of durable peace in the country?
- Mr. Musa Kamawi, (Director, Human Resources for the Ministry Finance, Kabul; Graduate, UNITAR Fellowship for Afghanistan Program)
- Mr. Haruyuki Shimada (Advisor, South Asia Division 2, South Asia Department, JICA, Tokyo)
Speeches in English/Japanese with consecutive translation
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