In a May 30, 2019 joint statement, the two sides negotiating peace for Afghanistan in the latest round of discussions during May 28-29, stated that they had "productive and constructive talks focusing on a possible ceasefire, the strengthening of the Islamic system and women's rights.” The statement further read “Both sides have had tremendous progress, but some issues require further discussions. Read more
The Anti-Corruption Subcommittee of National Advocacy Committee for Public Policy (NAC-PP) collects and analyzes all reported cases of corruption to inform the public of corruption risks and alert government authorities to the seriousness of corruption cases.
We view corruption as an abuse of entrusted power which hurts ordinary Afghans every day and in all dealings with authorities. Report Corr. Read more
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The Government of Afghanistan’s Tax Amnesty program has been extended till June 21, 2019. Citizens’ Forum against Corruption (CFAC) has been providing free technical and legal advice to NGOs that wish to take advantage of the Tax Amnesty program of the Ministry of Finance and obtain clearances of the. Read more
In 2017, following the pressure from national and international actors, National Unity Government (NUG) reinvigorated the fight against corruption and developed the national anti-corruption strategy, to be Implemented within governmental agencies in the same year. The strategy initially consisted of 5 pillars addressing 52 government entities. After modification, the sixth pillar, Improving Econo. Read more
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been adopted in different environments throughout the world as a framework to ensure private sector and profit-seeking organizations responsiveness to law and society. As a foundation for good governance, private sector should be involved in addressing social concerns including ensuring human rights, protection of environment and fighting corruption. In m. Read more
On October 24, 2018, an advocacy conference was held in Kabul with the Ministry of Education (MoEd), the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and the Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MoWA). The objective of the conference was to share with national level institution specific advocacy issues and problems related to health, education and the implementation of NAP 1325 identified by the National Advocacy Co. Read more