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AfghanistanJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Experts from seemingly dissimilar countries exchange ideas about how societies can move on from conflict.
They should be in school but family hardship forces them to spend their days earning money.
National reconstruction depends on the proper payment of dues.
Experts say that mismanagement means the country is missing out on revenues.
Government think-tank says 8,000 militants are operating in parts of Afghanistan near to the Tajik frontier.
8 Oct 15
Women fleeing domestic violence in Khost currently have to throw themselves on the mercy of police or community elders.
2 Oct 15
Obstacles remain to a scheme aimed at boosting both security and electoral transparency.
2 Oct 15
Open debate seen as way of bridging gap between government and people.
30 Sep 15
Kabul should do more to offer current and future insurgents a future.
29 Sep 15
Voters say they need reassurance that the process will be transparent.
22 Sep 15
Officials and media lack ability to counter rumours designed to sow confusion and despair.
17 Sep 15
Tradition deplored by civil and religious leaders is hard to eradicate.
15 Sep 15
Rising divorce rates may indicate that women are increasingly aware of their rights, although the law is restrictive and unevenly applied.
11 Sep 15
Debate audiences examine the pluses and minuses of engaging with insurgents.
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