On the series of our Afghan Australian Intercollegiate Debate Rounds, APT and Monash University conducted fifth round on 17th September 2020. The debaters discussed the role of Afghan women and youth in the present peace negotiation. The series of the debate rounds will continue and soon we will organize the sixth Afghan Australian Inter-collegiate Debate Round.
John R. Allen, “The US-Taliban peace deal: A road to nowhere” Brookings Institute, 5 March 2020.
Agathe Christien, “What has happened to gender provisions in peace agreements?” GIWPS, 2 March 2020.
Natasha Kosev, “Peace Steeped in Patriarchy: Bringing Women into Afghan Negotiations” Australian Outlook, 8 March 2020.
Linda Mottram on PM, “Women’s rights need to be prioritised in US-Taliban peace agreement: John Allen” Podcast, ABC, 10 March 2020.
Melanne Verveer & Carla Koppell, “Afghan Women: Essential for Peace” The Hill, 6 March 2020.
Nahal Toosi, “Fears grow Trump will abandon Afghan women to the Taliban” Politico, 20 April 2019.
ABC Foreign Correspondent, “The War on Afghan Women,” ABC Foreign Correspondent, 14 April 2020 (available online until 14 May 2020).
Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA)-Victoria, “Women in International Affairs with Karishma Vyas,” AIIA-Victoria, 5 May 2020 (webinar).
Eleanor Gordon & Florence Carrot, “Coronavirus in conflict: The fight has hardly begun,” Lowy Institute, 8 April 2020.
Ezzatullah Mehrdad, Lindsey Kennedy & Nathan Paul Southern, “In Afghanistan, the Coronavirus Could Be Deadlier Than War,” Foreign Policy, 17 April 2020.
Madeleine Rees, “COVID-19: The United Nations Security Council is Doing What Exactly?” WILPF International, 16 April 2020.
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