On 31 March 2021, 30 students graduated from a two-month Leadership Development Program, which was organized by APT in Kabul. The program covered basics of leadership and its most important principles, which were taught by national and international professional instructors in an interactive setting. The topics included leadership, influence, integrity, trust, respect, listening, communication, goal setting, honorable leadership, styles of leadership and many more. Additionally, this program-helped students use a set of exercises to develop leadership skills and assume a service-centric approach to leading in their society. At the end of the program, students implemented two social projects on servant leadership to practice their newly acquired skills.
During February 2021, APT organized a series of debate trainings for the newly recruited debaters at Tabesh University and Prof Rabbani University in Kabul province. In these sessions, the participants learned about British Parliamentary Debate format. This enables the students to learn about the basics of debate and critical thinking. Furthermore, the advance trainings enabled them to develop arguments and how to offer insightful details for the proposed motions.
On 26th March 2019, APT organized a round of demo debate in order to celebrate International Women’s Day in Balkh.
Students from different universities participated and showed their utmost dedication and interest in debate programs organized by APT.
APT is pleased to announce that we have established a female debate club in Samangan province on 17th March 2019. Following the track of its activities, this debate club organized a demo debate regarding women inclusion in society and their significant role in improvement of society, for the first time at Mawlana University.
Empowering women through debate is one of our goals at APT.
APT with collaboration of Love Does organization hosted more than 60 university students from different public and private universities of Kabul to the Dream Big workshop on 29th March, 2019.
The workshop aimed to help the students identify their future ambitions and methodical approaches to tackle the challenges on their ways ahead. The young students shared their visions for their future.
Our sincere appreciation goes to our partner for facilitating this session.
Following APT’s “Hosa Zowand” Radio Program, APT on 11th, March 2019 held a discussion panel on “violence and its impact on family & society” for around 80 participants, mostly women at Turkish department of Kabul university.
The panel discussion focused on violence, the roots of violence, factors of violence, role of society in spreading violence, impact of violence on the society, role of family in reducing or expanding the violence and role of religion in reducing or expanding violence. Furthermore, they highlighted the role of government in controlling and making policies for educating people in order to not join violent extremist groups.
Our Radio Program targets mothers in 34 provinces of Afghanistan as the most influential member of a family who plays a crucial role in raising healthy children and changing children’s behavior to play a positive role in society and dissuade them from joining to extremist groups.
At the end of the event, the floor was given to the audience and mothers to share their thoughts and ask their questions from the panelists.