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Afghanistan Culture

An Empowering 'Peace Journalism' Program for Young Afghans -- Part II of a Series

Culture-ist | Posted 11.19.2013 | Impact

Jalal was born in 1994 and comes from a blue-collar background. When he talks about the hardships of his youth, he does not refer to any financial difficulty but immediately hones in on the challenge of attaining a quality education.

An Empowering 'Peace Journalism' Program for Young Afghans - Part I of a Series

Culture-ist | Posted 10.07.2013 | Impact

In 2010, Emal co-created Afghan Voices, a six-month "peace journalism" training program for teens and people in their early 20s from different ethnic backgrounds and provinces across Afghanistan.

Afghan and American: A Father and Son Bridge a Cultural Divide

Khalid Hanifi | Posted 04.04.2013 | Arts
Khalid Hanifi

My father came to the midwestern United States in 1956 for an education. Born and raised in the environs of Kabul, he certainly was in for an education, but perhaps not entirely the one he envisioned.

Afghan Manifesto

Edward Corcoran | Posted 04.25.2012 | Home
Edward Corcoran

With its prime location on trade routes, significant mineral wealth, and potential to revive former agricultural and light industrial sectors, Afghans need to develop their own concept of what a new Afghanistan could look like and how to get there.