When we are talking about Civil Society in Afghanistan two terminologies come to mind: one the Civil Society with its new and modern definition which mainly took shape during the middle of last century in Afghanistan with limited coverage. Second the traditional Civil society which has existed for centuries and has a deep relation with our cultural and social values.

This paper addresses these two terminologies and considers the evolution of Civil Society in Afghanistan. Furthermore, it presents the current situation and provides recommendations as to the sustainability of this civil society, including issues such as trade and security. Finally, it a list of challenges and strengths that fast civil society in this context.


Evaluating Civil Society Building in Afghanistan

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