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Virtual Discussions on Afghan Peace Process and the Role of Youth

APT organized some discussions with youth from Herat, Mazar and Nangarhar, Kandahar, and Samangan on the Afghan Peace Process and the role of youth in building sustainable peace across the country. The participants discussed the role of youth in building a stable peace and shared their hopes for peace while also knowing the obstacles on the way to peace. Sarah De Mol, a political advisor to the NATO Senior Civilian Representative has also joined us in all these discussions.

Afghans for Progressive Thinking (APT) Statement on Ceasefire

APT whose members are youth from 34 provinces of Afghanistan joins the call to extend the ceasefire.

Memorandum of Understanding

APT signed MoU with Nangarhar University to engage and empower youths to be peacebuilders and engaged citizens through our activities. The MoU further ensures cooperation between APT and Nangarhar University in the future.

Panel Discussion

Covid19 has affected people’s lives in one way or another. We at APT organized an online panel discussion on how to fight covid19. In this panel discussion, we have invited a psychologist, a doctor, and a person who was Covid19 Positive. We tried to let people know different ways of countering Corona Virus including psychology.

Debate Without Border

In the series of our online debates with Monash University during the past quarter, we have organized the second and third round of Afghan Australian Intercollegiate Debate Round. The debaters on both sides debated the role of women in the Afghan Peace Process.

Intercollegiate Debate Rounds

During the month the past quarter, APT successfully conducted several intercollegiate debate rounds in different provinces of Afghanistan. Over hundreds of students participated in these debate rounds as both debaters and audience. Additionally, Students debated topical issues from the role of the United Nations to the Afghan Peace Process and many more.