Slovakia for Afghanistan: press conference with Afghan guests

Institute for Public Affairs finishes with its project „Slovakia for Afghanistan: Assisting in Building Democratic Institutions in a New State“, consisting from three short time study trips for young Afghans leaders in Slovakia. At the final evaluating press conference held on May 3, 2007 at Bratislava UNDP presented their speeches Yama Ahmad Shirzad radio editor Sada-e-Azadi (Voice of freedom) under the NATO mission, Deutsche Welle correspondent, co-founder of youth educational organizations in Kunduz city; Dawood Salimi UNHCR expert for North-East Afghanistan, member of international expert commissions for resorts reform in Kunduz province; Shahryar Mohammad Hossain UNAMA human rights and democracy officer (UN assistance mission for Afghanistan) for North-East Afghanistan; Zuzana Fialová consultant for human rights and development aid; Broňa Pinterová project coordinator, Institute for Public Affairs. Topics were oriented on Foreign aid from the point of view of Afghan intelligent and ordinary citizens, Migration and importance of urgent humanitarian aid; Diversity of Afghanistan from the perspective of priorities of development aid and Situation and needs in the field of democracy and human rights.

Based on the feed back from study trips participants we evaluated program of study trips and working activities of participants after their return to Afghanistan with focus on those, where knowledge and skills from Slovakia could be applied in practice.

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