Our Work

Social Justice and Inclusion

Social Justice and Inclusion

A key component of FES international mission is the promotion of social justice and labor standards in developing economies.
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Empowering the Next Generation

Empowering the Next Generation

Afghanistan has one of the youngest demographics in the world. Some 50 percent of Afghans have been born after 2001 and grew up both with the promise of peace and democracy and the frustrations and trauma of a seemingly never ending war.
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Peace and Security

Peace and Security

Out of the 100 years since Afghanistan became a sovereign and independent state, four decades have been heavily shaped by political conflict, crises and war.
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Regional Cooperation

Regional Cooperation

For centuries, Afghanistan had been at the center of cultural exchange between Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Today, it remains closely linked to developments in its immediate and wider neighborhood, not only through transnational security and migration challenges.
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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Afghanistan

Kabul
Afghanistan

+93 (0) 700-280-441
+93 (0) 787-776-611

info(at)fes-afghanistan.org

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Selected Events

  • 20.02.2020 | Empowering the Next Generation | Event, News

    German-Afghan Exchanges: YLFees meet Minister of State Niels Annen

    In Mid-January Minister of State Niels Annen, MdB, came together with members of the FES Young Leaders Forum to discuss Afghan politics, German-Afghan...

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  • 31.01.2020 | Empowering the Next Generation | Event, Publication, News

    Afghan Youth Representative Aisha Khurram visited FES in Berlin!

    Just before her fantastic speech at the UN Security Council, Aisha Khurram came to FES Berlin, where we used the opportunity to interview her!

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  • | Peace and Security, Social Justice and Inclusion | Event, News

    #MyRedLine - Where do Afghans stand on women's rights and peace?

    Afghan perceptions and ways to meaningful peace took center stage at the film screening and discussion event “My Red Line – The Afghanistan Voice for...

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Selected Publications

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