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Afghanistan-uka 2015 er et samarbeid mellom Afghanistankomiteen, Chr. Michelsens institutt (CMI) og Institutt for fredsforskning (PRIO). I tillegg bidrar en lang rekke andre organisasjoner til programmet. Sentrale afghanske og internasjonale eksperter og aktører kommer til Norge for å stå bak talerstoler og delta i debatter. Afghanistankomiteen er initiativtaker og koordinator for uka som blir gjennomført med støtte fra Fritt Ord og Norad. De fleste av arrangementene vil foregå hos Røde Kors i Hausmanns gate 7 i Oslo. 

The Afghanistan Week 2015 is a cooperation between the Norwegian Afghanistan Committee, the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) and the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), along with a host of Norwegian NGOs. Our aim is to bring Afghanistan to the top of the Norwegian agenda, bringing Afghan and international experts to Norway to inform and debate. Most events will take place at Hausmanns gate 7, hosted by The Norwegian Red Cross.

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Tuesday, March 24 • 12:00 - 13:30
Women in Afghanistan, part 3: Supporting Afghan Women and Girls Access to Rights (Oslo)

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Please sign up by sending an email to: elise.svarstad@nrc.no

Over 800,000 Afghans are currently recorded as internally displaced. Additionally, there are upwards of 3 million Afghan refugees in neighbouring Pakistan and Iran. Amongst these it is primarily women and children who suffer more acutely and face multiple layers of discrimination. Displaced Afghan women are more likely to be unemployed and suffer a lack of access to food, water and shelter, as well as be a greater risk of domestic violence. NRC in Afghanistan is working directly with displaced Afghan women and girls in Afghanistan and across the region to reduce the hardship they face.  This seminar will draw on the findings from two recently published reports and also a short documentary film. NRC will lead the discussion on the challenges relating to women’s housing, land and property rights in Afghanistan, as well as the specific needs of the growing numbers of women and girls displaced to urban areas.

As a part of the seminar a short movie will be screened illustrating some of the key challenges faced by women in Afghanistan in exercising housing, land and property rights, as well as showing how NRC is working in Faryab to address these.

Please sign up by sending an email to: elise.svarstad@nrc.no

 


Moderators
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Dan Tyler

Regional Protection and Advocacy Adviser for Asia, Norwegian Refugee Council
Dan Tyler has worked with the Norwegian Refugee Council for over four years and is currently based in NRC’s Oslo Headquarters where he holds the position of Regional Protection and Advocacy Adviser for Asia. Between 2010 and 2014, Dan was based in NRC’s Kabul and Islamabad offices... Read More →

Speakers
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Suhaila Danesjo

Gender Officer in Maimana, Norwegian Refugee Council
Suhaila Danesjo has worked for NRC since 2008, and is currently working as Gender Officer in Maimana, Afghanistan. Through her job in NRC Suhaila has been working with analysing GBV cases, as well as organizing and implementing awareness raising activities on women’s rights. She... Read More →
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Kirstie Farmer

Advocacy Adviser HLP, Norwegian Refugee Council
Kirstie has worked for NRC for four years as the coordinator for the organisation’s initiative to highlight displaced women’s housing, land and property rights through research and publications in ten countries – see womenshlp.nrc no. From 2002 – 2007 Kirstie was based in... Read More →


Tuesday March 24, 2015 12:00 - 13:30 CET
Hausmanns gate 7 Hausmanns gate 7, Oslo

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