"Peace means investment on a common cause and peaceful coexistence under an
inclusive government that guarantees the dignity of Afghans."

- President Ashraf Ghani -

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Sat, Jul 24 2021 9:25 AM
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The Fifth Training Programs Titled “Peace Building and Conflict Resolution” has begun 

The fifth round of the Peace and Conflict Resolution series was launched by the Department of Public Awareness of the State Ministry for Peace with the participation of participants. . .

Sat, Jul 17 2021 12:01 PM
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The National Youth Conference for Peace was held

National Youth Conference for Peace as a result of youth peace talks and seminars in the provinces, organized by the Afghan Media Agency in cooperation with the Ministry of Peace and. . .

Thu, Jul 15 2021 1:54 PM
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The State Minister for Peace Meets with Ambassador of Japan

Sayed Sadat Mansoor Naderi the State Minister for Peace, met with Japanese ambassador to Kabul Mr. Takashi Okada
The meeting focused on peace-related developments, Afghanistan’s peace. . .

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Remarks by Fawzia Koofi, member of the Negotiation Team of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan at first side event of Afghanistan 2020 Conference in Geneva | November 23, 2020

Remarks by Habiba Sarabi, member of the Negotiation Team at first side event of Afghanistan 2020 Conference in Geneva Segment A panel discussion: Safeguarding & strengthening human rights & women’s participation | November 23, 2020

Remarks by Sayed Sadat Mansoor Naderi at the Peace, Development and Security Nexus discussion | Afghanistan 2020 Conference in Geneva | November 24, 2020

Remarks by Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai at first side event of Afghanistan 2020 Conference in Geneva | November 23, 2020

Remarks by Sayed Sadat Mansoor Naderi, the State Minister for Peace and member of the negotiating team at the first side event of Afghanistan 2020 Conference in Geneva: Sustainable Peace Building - November 23, 2020

Remarks of Mr. Shoaib Rahim, Senior Advisor to the State Ministry for Peace at "Afghanistan's Past and Future: The U.S. Launch of the AISS 2019 Report"

Interview of Mr. Shoaib Rahim, senior advisor to the State Ministry for Peace with BBC Radio

Panel Discussion on "Afghan Peace Process; The way forward"

Heratis’ public gathering lends weight to peace & national cohesion process

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Tue, Oct 08 2019 9:36 AM
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President Ghani: Peace talks can only be successful if the Afghan government is not only joining, but also leading them

Some Parts of President Ghani’s Interview
with the Spiegel Regarding Afghanistan Peace Process - Oct 7, 2019

 

DER SPIEGEL: Just a few days before the election, Donald Trump used. . .

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Sun, Jun 20 2021 10:07 AM
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Future Beckons Afghanistan

By Naser Sidiqee, General Director of Policies and Programs at the State Ministry for Peace
 

Ever since the US President, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr announced his decision to “end America’s longest war” in Afghanistan, by withdrawing all US troops before the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, observers and former and current officials around the globe have expressed both skepticism as well as see it as an opportunity for achieving lasting peace.

While the skeptics highlight the fact that post-US and NATO withdrawal, Afghanistan will have no one to depend on to keep fighting the

Wed, May 26 2021 6:32 AM
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How We Ensure Afghan Women’s Equal Rights: A Negotiator’s Perspective

Internally displaced girls at a mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan in 2020. Mohammad Ismail/Reuters


This post is part of the Council on Foreign Relations’ blog series on women's leadership in peacebuilding and non-violent movements, in which CFR fellows, scholars, and practitioners highlight new security strategies. This post was authored by Habiba Sarabi, a member of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan negotiations team engaged in peace talks with the Taliban.

On May 8, the Taliban detonated a car bomb at a Kabul girls’ school, murdering or wounding more than two hundred people. Most of the

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