The Academic Diaspora Conference - Afghanistan by The Farkhunda Trust

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Conference on the diaspora's role in Afghanistan's Social, Economic and Political Developmental Process - In collaboration with Afghan Professional Network, Afghan Voice Radio, British Afghan Coordination Council.

Sunday 1st September 2019: 8:15 am- 9 pm

Join us for a Conference on the diaspora's role in Afghanistan's social, economic and political development process, held in collaboration with Afghan Professional Network, Afghan Voice Radio and the British Afghan Coordination Council.

Sunday 1st September: 8:15 am - 9 pm

Lead Facilitator: Rahela Sidiqi - Director of the Farkhunda Trust, Ambassadors: Hogai Aryubi, Ziarmal Gharghasht, Royan Khayri, Farid Alimi, Ahmad Yusuf and Kudsia Kakar.

Moderators: Dr Althea Maria Rivas, Sana Safi and Professor Gloria Moss.

Ambassador Said T. Jawad - Government support for Diaspora Increase Engagement in Afghanistan's development Process

Shinkai Karokhail – Role of diaspora in Afghanistan Development Process: Women Higher education as the significant factor of development process.

Panel 1: Women's Empowerment and Governance
Walid Halimi - The Afghan Women and them enduring barriers.

Hogai Aryubi - Using Indigenous Methodology in Studies Conducted in Afghanistan.

Fereshta Omar - Human Resource Management: A comparative Analysis of Recruitment Processes within the United Kingdom and Afghanistan.

Selay Gharanai - Placental structural and functional adaptation to a diabetic environment.

Moderator: Dr Althea Maria Rivas

Panel 2: Peace and People Engagement
Mariam Safi - The Role of diaspora in the Peace-building process in Afghanistan post-2001.

Farid Rahimi - Thirty Decades of Armed conflicts and ethnic tensions.

Marika Theros – What is the good practices of Afghan Diaspora for civic engagement.

Moderator: Sana Safi

Panel 3: Economics and Taxation

Sarajudding Isar - The Political economy of taxation and state building in Afghanistan.

Mustafa E. Amiryar - An Assessment of Flywheel Storage in Islanded Operation for Residential Premises in Developing Countries.

Moderator: Professor Gloria Moss

Conference Objectives - 1) Promote Afghan Women in Higher Education; 2) Advocate Afghan women and young people with essential empowerment skills; 3) Generate British-Afghan links and networks.
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