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12.10.2017 | Pressemitteilung
The 22 female and 45 male graduates presented a criminal case when performing a moot court during today’s ceremony. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s project for the promotion of the rule of law (RoL) supports legal clinics at state universities in Badakhshan and further Northern provinces in Afghanistan.
11.10.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Today, 40 Afghan women finished a six-month internship programme at 15 line departments in Taloqan, Takhar province. The programme aimed at preparing the participants for their professional career and increasing the number of female civil service employees. High-ranking provincial officials and media representatives attended the graduation ceremony. The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) and the German programme for promoting good governance in Afghanistan (RCD) jointly developed the curriculum. The Afghan-German Cooperation financed the activity.
09.10.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Provincial council members, civil servants, provincial government officials, civil society activists, women, youth, elders, journalists and others attended the event. Activities to be discussed occurred mainly in the fields of education, public health, agriculture & rural development as well as security. The Afghan-German Cooperation financially supported the activity.
09.10.2017 | Pressemitteilung
A new building for the legal clinic at Kunduz University’s law faculty was inaugurated on 8th October during a handover ceremony. The head of Kunduz’ Directorate of Justice, representatives of the university and the ambassador of the Netherlands to Afghanistan attended the event. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s project for the promotion of the rule of law (RoL) supported the building’s construction on behalf of the Netherlands.
28.09.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday, 170 civil servants completed a two-day workshop in Kunduz province’s Khanabad district on the operation and maintenance of public buildings. Kunduz province’s Department of Education (DoEd) organised the training with support from the Afghan-German Cooperation’s programme to promote local governance structures in Afghanistan (RCD).
28.09.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Together with the Social Association of Journalists in North Afghanistan (SAJNA). Topic: Generating Rule of Law Awareness – How can media contribute to raising awareness of the rule of law in Afghanistan? The conclusion: Even though the Afghan media has made a significant contribution in raising legal awareness, they can dedicate even more resources to this activity. Three legal experts and more than 70 journalists gathered to discuss media’s role in promoting the rule of law in Afghanistan.
27.09.2017 | Pressemitteilung
A delegation of the Faculty of Geology and Mines of Kabul Polytechnic University (KPU) took part in the scientific and practical conference “Minerageny of Kazakhstan” in Almaty, Kazakhstan, followed by a three-day visit to the Kazakh National Research Technical University (KazNRTU). The Afghan-German Cooperation’s programme Academic Mining Education in Afghanistan (AMEA) supports the KPU in establishing new ties with foreign universities and with the integration into the academic community.
26.09.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Together with the Directorate of Agriculture Irrigation and Livestock (DAIL) of Takhar province, the Afghan-German Cooperation organised the Poultry Industry Exhibition on 25th September at the vicinity of Directorate of Livestock and Animal Health in Taloqan City.
20.09.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Nine governmental and non-governmental employers and recruiters from the justice sector, as well as the faculties themselves, provided job-related information to students. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s programme for promoting the rule of law in Afghanistan (RoL) organised the event.
18.09.2017 | Pressemitteilung
50 people, including representatives of local and provincial authorities, the National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) and civil society organisations (CSOs) attended the event. The centre operates as a bakery as well as a training facility for apprentices. Ten local women found a permanent job in the centre. The Afghan-German Cooperation initiated and financed the project while the Balkh Directorate of Women Affairs (DoWA) provided the land for the centre’s construction.