Prospects for Afghanistan: A view from Civil Society
The Center for Policy Studies of Central European University would like to extend invitation to interested parties to a roundtable discussion on
“Prospects for Afghanistan: A view from Civil Society”.
The roundtable discussions will draw on the experience of prominent Afghan Civil Society Leaders in terms of recent Juridical and Public Health Care reforms. The presentations will focus on (i) Legal Empowerment and Advocacy- and (ii) challenges in development of Public Health Sector in Afghanistan.
The roundtable will be held on
April 20th, 2012, 11:00 am-12:30 pm,
At Nador Utca 15, Room 001
Ms. Freshta Kharimi, Director of the Da Qanoon Ghushtonky, an Afghan NGO providing free legal aid for women
Mr. Sadiq Mohibi, advisor to the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyrs and the Disabled
Mr. Mirwais Rahimzai, MD, MBA, Country Director, Center for Human Services/University Research Co. LLC
Ms. Razia Arooj, National program officer in the education unit of UNESCO’s Afghanistan office
Mr. Zaza Namoradze, Director of Budapest Office, Open Society Justice Initiative, Open Society Foundation – presenting international and global perspective of Legal Aid Reforms in Afghanistan.
Mr. Thomas Lynch, Research Fellow, Center for Policy studies and Public Health Research Group at Central European University - presenting Canadian outlook on Afghan National Health Care System reforms.