Belquis Ahmadi on Afghan girls issues - VOA TV Ashna

Thursday, October 26, 2017

News Type: USIP in the News

چرا با وجود تمام تلاش ها و مبارزه به خاطر حقوق زنان، افغانستان هنوز بدترین کشور برای زنان باقی مانده است؟. به چینل یوتیوب تلویزیون آشنا بپیوندید و در کنار خبرهای داغ روز، صدها ویدیوی جالب و دیدنی دیگر را تماشا کنید. خبرهای تلویزیون

- بدھ 23 اگست کا پروگرام - Urdu Voice of America View 360

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

News Type: USIP in the News

آج کے شو میں امریکہ کی افغانستان پالیسی اور پاک بھارت سفارتی تعلقات کی بدلتی نوعیت؟ اوریہ پالیسی افغان عوام کے لیئے کیسے مستقبل کی تصویر پیش کرتی ہے۔ قدیم لاہور کی گلیوں کی خاص رونقیں ، اور روبوٹس جو بنارہے ہیں پیزا ۔

Experts Say Trump’s Afghanistan Strategy Will Require Nation-Building - Breitbart

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

News Type: USIP in the News

Andrew Wilder, vice president of Asia programs at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), pointed to the upcoming Afghan presidential elections in 2019. The last election in 2014 required heavy U.S. involvement. Scott Worden, director of Afghanistan and Central Asia Programs at USIP, said that, on one hand, Trump wants to protect the U.S. from terrorism emanating from Afghanistan, but on the other, 30 years of non-democratic institutions in Afghanistan have led to more violence. Belquis Ahmadi, a senior program officer as USIP, said it is now “up to the Afghans to address the needs of its people.”

Kandahar official outspoken in her fight for equality - Stars and Stripes

Saturday, August 6, 2016

News Type: USIP in the News

“I think she's a strong, committed leader,” said Belquis Ahmadi, a program director at the U.S. Institute for Peace, who met with Faizy and her group in Washington. The work she is doing “is very brave, especially for a young woman working in Kandahar.”.  

Why many Afghans distrust their judicial system - Deutsche Welle

Thursday, February 5, 2015

News Type: USIP in the News

In a DW interview, Belquis Ahmadi, an expert on rule of law in Afghanistan at USIP, explains that while corruption and bureaucratic red tape play a role in the Afghans' limited trust in the judiciary, this is not the main reason why some are opting for ...