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  • گزارش‌ها | Afghan Witness

    Filter by Tags گزارش و تحلیل‌ها گذارش‌های اصلی توسط تیم افغان وتنس 27 Feb 2024 'Playing on both sides': Russian manoeuvring in Afghanistan on the rise Over the past few months, Russia’s manoeuvring on Afghanistan appears to have increased, with indications of rising engagement with both Taliban and anti-Taliban forces. Read here 19 Feb 2024 Passport offices reopening leads to significant overcrowding and subsequent reclosure With some having waited over a year for a new passport, the reopening of passport offices in Kabul led to several days of chaos. Their reclosure means Afghans seeking to exit the country must revert to the unreliable online application process. Read here 1 Feb 2024 Taliban Management of the Education Sector AW examines the Taliban's stated vision for education in Afghanistan in 2023, comparing the Taliban’s stated vision for education and the reality experienced by practitioners, institutions, and students in the country Read here 30 Jan 2024 ISKP: “Kill them wherever you find them” highlights increased activity in Afghanistan AW's analysis shows a significant increase in ISKP attacks across Afghanistan following the Islamic State spokesman's announcing the 'Kill them wherever you find them' campaign in January 2024. Read here 23 Jan 2024 Unclaimed Shia killings spark anti-Taliban protest After three unclaimed killings of Shia scholars between 22 October and 1 December 2023, protests erupted in Herat against the Taliban’s alleged neglect of the Shia community. Questions remain about the perpetrators of these attacks, as ISKP, a militant group with a reputation for attacking Shias in Afghanistan has remained silent. Read here 26 Feb 2024 Surge in female suicides linked to forced marriages, Taliban violence, and arrests Documenting 195 cases of suicide since April 2022, AW has observed an rise in female suicides since the Taliban seized power in 2021, and identified a pattern suggesting that ethnic minorities appear to make up a disproportionate share of the reported cases Read here 12 Feb 2024 Nan FM radio closure highlights media freedom tensions Targeted intimidation technique or unpaid rent dispute? Conflicting claims regarding the forced closure of Nan FM Radio, Khost, illustrate the Taliban’s tensions with media entities Read here 31 Jan 2024 Arrests for violating Taliban Hijab rules cause controversy The Taliban’s reported detentions for non-compliance with hijab rules have received mixed reactions: contradictory claims from Taliban officials, concern from local groups, and condemnation from international community. Read here 23 Jan 2024 The stories of Afghanistan’s women journalists From breaking barriers and challenging taboos, to facing widespread restrictions, AW looks at the experience of Afghanistan’s female journalists since the Taliban’s takeover. Read here 9 Jan 2024 Male protests 2023: Driven by scarcity, restricted by risk 2023 saw Afghan men engaging in protests driven predominantly by economic concerns, but also in solidarity with women and minorities, risking their personal safety and financial security Read here View More

  • Human Rights Reporting from Afghanistan | Afghan Witness

    To survey روش استفاده از نقشه ما مشاهده نقشه Home: Our Misson گزارش ها 'Playing on both sides': Russian manoeuvring in Afghanistan on the rise Over the past few months, Russia’s manoeuvring on Afghanistan appears to have increased, with indications of rising engagement with both Taliban and anti-Taliban forces. Surge in female suicides linked to forced marriages, Taliban violence, and arrests Documenting 195 cases of suicide since April 2022, AW has observed an rise in female suicides since the Taliban seized power in 2021, and identified a pattern suggesting that ethnic minorities appear to make up a disproportionate share of the reported cases Passport offices reopening leads to significant overcrowding and subsequent reclosure With some having waited over a year for a new passport, the reopening of passport offices in Kabul led to several days of chaos. Their reclosure means Afghans seeking to exit the country must revert to the unreliable online application process. Nan FM radio closure highlights media freedom tensions Targeted intimidation technique or unpaid rent dispute? Conflicting claims regarding the forced closure of Nan FM Radio, Khost, illustrate the Taliban’s tensions with media entities Taliban Management of the Education Sector AW examines the Taliban's stated vision for education in Afghanistan in 2023, comparing the Taliban’s stated vision for education and the reality experienced by practitioners, institutions, and students in the country Arrests for violating Taliban Hijab rules cause controversy The Taliban’s reported detentions for non-compliance with hijab rules have received mixed reactions: contradictory claims from Taliban officials, concern from local groups, and condemnation from international community. ISKP: “Kill them wherever you find them” highlights increased activity in Afghanistan AW's analysis shows a significant increase in ISKP attacks across Afghanistan following the Islamic State spokesman's announcing the 'Kill them wherever you find them' campaign in January 2024. The stories of Afghanistan’s women journalists From breaking barriers and challenging taboos, to facing widespread restrictions, AW looks at the experience of Afghanistan’s female journalists since the Taliban’s takeover. Unclaimed Shia killings spark anti-Taliban protest After three unclaimed killings of Shia scholars between 22 October and 1 December 2023, protests erupted in Herat against the Taliban’s alleged neglect of the Shia community. Questions remain about the perpetrators of these attacks, as ISKP, a militant group with a reputation for attacking Shias in Afghanistan has remained silent. Male protests 2023: Driven by scarcity, restricted by risk 2023 saw Afghan men engaging in protests driven predominantly by economic concerns, but also in solidarity with women and minorities, risking their personal safety and financial security Involvement of Afghans in Dera Ismail Khan suicide attack raises tensions with Pakistan The recent Tehreek Jihad Pakistan attack in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province raises tensions between the Afghan Taliban and Pakistan as evidence of Afghans’ involvement emerges. Taliban response to Pakistan expulsion of refugees: support announced, but poor conditions reported The Taliban announced comprehensive support for refugees returning from Afghanistan, but reports of poor conditions have emerged from the camps set up. More Reports در رسانه Home: Who we are For Witnesses For journalists Anchor 1 Home: Contact تقویت گزارش‌ دیتابیس اطلاعات تایید شده ما در قالب نقشه افغان وتنس موجود است که برای حمایت از روزنامه نگاران، پژوهشگران و سیاست گذاران برای گزارش و تحلیل آنها طراحی شده است. داده های بیشتر از دیتابیس ما از شواهد و ادعاهای بصری نیز در صورت درخواست با سازمان ها و روزنامه نگاران به اشتراک گذاشته می شود. در حالی که کار ما ریشه در راستی‌آزمایی منبع باز دارد، مصاحبه‌های ما با افغان‌ها در زمینه‌های مختلف، تأثیرات مسائلی را که ما روزانه نظارت می‌کنیم، روشن می‌کند. این شهادت ها به صورت ناشناس در اختیار روزنامه نگاران و رسانه های بین المللی می باشد تا بتوانند در مورد آنها گزارش دهند. به تماس شوید برای شاهدان ما راه حل مطمئنی برای هر کسیکه شاهد یک رویداد حقوق بشری در افغانستان بوده و می‌خواهد اطمینان حاصل کند که مدارک دیجیتالی آن‌ها به طور ایمن ذخیره شده و برای پاسخگویی عاملان استفاده می‌شود، ارائه می‌دهیم. همه داده‌ها به طور مستقل تایید و نگهداری می‌شوند. حفاظت از هویت شاهدان و کسانی که معلومات ارائه می‌کنند، برای ما بسیار مهم است. آپلود شواهد مشاهده نقشه برای دریافت گزارش‌های جامع، روایت‌ها و خبرنامه ماهانه ما در زیر سبسکرایب کنید. نام ایمیل خود را درج کند I agree to the terms & conditions View terms of use سبسکرایب سپاس از ثبت کردن! بالای صفحه تقویت محیط اطلاعاتی بخشی از کار ما بر ایجاد جامعه و تقویت توانایی‌های دیاسپورای افغانستان و سازمان‌های بین‌المللی برای جمع‌آوری، تجزیه و تحلیل و ثبت اطلاعات به شیوه‌ای قابل تأیید و مطابق با مکانیسم‌های پاسخگویی بین‌المللی متمرکز است. ما این کار را از طریق آموزش، همکاری، مبادله مهارت، به اشتراک گذاری اطلاعات و از طریق کمک های مالی و برنامه کمک هزینه های خود انجام می دهیم.

  • Privacy | Afghan Witness

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  • کار با ما | Afghan Witness

    آگاهی استخدام متأسفیم، در حال حاضر هیچ آگاهی استخدام وجود ندارد - لطفاً بعداً دوباره برگردی یا فرصت های شغلی را در وب سایت مرکز تاب آوری اطلاعات (CIR) مشاهده کنید. Anchor 1 Anchor 2

  • داستان‌ها | Afghan Witness

    Human Stories Original interviews with Afghans on how their lives have changed since the Taliban takeover 21 Mar 2023 Gawhar Before the Taliban’s takeover, Gawhar had been preparing for university. Now she spends her days as a carpet weaver in Pakistan. Read here پښتو فارسی 25 Jan 2023 Frozan After the closure of girls’ secondary schools and then an attack on her education centre, a student says her hopes have been dashed by the Taliban’s recent university ban for women. Read here پښتو فارسی 7 Dec 2022 Fatana A doctor says that many of her new patients are schoolgirls who have lost hope. Read here پښتو فارسی 3 Nov 2022 Maihan While studying for a PhD in Pakistan, university lecturer Maihan had her income cut-off by the Taliban. Now she faces poverty in Afghanistan. Read here پښتو فارسی 22 Aug 2022 Morwarid A young entrepreneur struggles to keep her business afloat amid Taliban restrictions. Read here پښتو فارسی 4 Jul 2022 Malalai Pen Path volunteer Malalai refuses to let anything get in the way of her campaigning for educational rights. Read here پښتو فارسی 14 Feb 2023 Sofia University graduate Sofia grew up hearing "tales" of the Taliban, but says she now faces the "same fate" her mother faced. Read here پښتو فارسی 12 Jan 2023 Parnian A student recalls the day the Taliban closed universities to women. Read here پښتو فارسی 15 Nov 2022 Arseen An LGBTQ activist fled Afghanistan after receiving death threats from the Taliban. Now in Iran, he faces uncertainty over his future. Read here پښتو فارسی 9 Sept 2022 Rahima The owner of a Kabul beauty salon says her business is facing increasing uncertainty. Read here پښتو فارسی 22 Jul 2022 Sakhi After leaving Afghanistan, Sakhi faces new challenges in Pakistan. Read here پښتو فارسی 27 Jun 2022 Aqlima Until last August, Aqlima was campaigning to get more women into cycling, but since the Taliban’s return, women are unable to participate in sports. Read here پښتو فارسی Filter by Tags View More

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  • در تماس شوید | Afghan Witness

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  • Upload | Afghan Witness

    آپلود شواهد ما راه حل مطمئنی برای هر کسیکه شاهد یک رویداد حقوق بشری در افغانستان بوده و می‌خواهد اطمینان حاصل کند که مدارک دیجیتالی آن‌ها به طور ایمن ذخیره شده و برای پاسخگویی عاملان استفاده می‌شود، ارائه می‌دهیم. ​ روی دکمه آپلود کلیک کنید تا به فورمی دسترسی پیدا کنید که در آن بتوانید به صورت ناشناس تصاویر، ویدیوها، صداها یا لینک‌ها را آپلود کنید. آپلود شواهد Upload: Image

  • درباره ما | Afghan Witness

    ماموریت ما افغان وتنس پروژه ای است برای جمع آوری، حفظ و راستی آزمایی مستقل اطلاعات در مورد وضعیت حقوق بشر، امنیتی و سیاسی در افغانستان. هدف ما تقویت چشم انداز اطلاعاتی و ارائه منبع قابل اعتماد اطلاعات برای سازمان های بین المللی، سیاست گذاران و رسانه ها و افزایش آگاهی از واقعیت زندگی روزمره برای افغان های ساکن در کشور است. درباره روش شناسی ما بیشتر بیاموزیداینجا . انگیزه ما از زمان تسلط طالبان، خبرنگاران و سازمان هایی که به دنبال شفافیت و پاسخگویی هستند، هنگام تلاش برای درک و گزارش در مورد مسائل حقوق بشر در افغانستان با چالش های فزاینده ای مواجه شده اند. در حالی که رسانه های اجتماعی برای انتشار محتوا و اخبار ضروری هستند، اطلاعات نادرست گسترده است و دید رویدادها در کشور همچنان محدود است. پروژه افغان وتنس با استفاده از تکنیک های منبع باز (OSINT) با هدف افزایش دسترسی به اطلاعات قابل اعتماد و تجزیه و تحلیل دقیق وضعیت در کشور می باشد. ما کی هستیم تیم افغان وتنس متشکل از محققان، تحلیلگران، روزنامه نگاران و کارشناسان افغان و بین المللی است. ما بیشتر هویت تیم را به دلایل ایمنی محرمانه نگه می داریم. این پروژه با هماهنگی مرکز تاب آوری اطلاعات (CIR)، یک سازمان غیرانتفاعی مستقر در بریتانیا با تخصص در تجزیه و تحلیل و تحقیقات منبع بازبه پیش می‌رود.

  • Fellowship | Afghan Witness

    The application period for the fellowship program has closed. Applicants who progress to the interview round will be contacted in January. Thank you to all who applied. What is the fellowship program? The Noor Fellowship ('Noor' or 'نور', meaning 'light') is a four-month online program that provides guidance to selected journalists, researchers, advocates, and human rights reporters working in the Afghanistan information space. The program aims to strengthen fellows’ skills in open-source intelligence, verification, and fact-checking, as well as building their networks along the way. Overall, the fellowship provides an opportunity to contribute to and strengthen information, both on, and in, Afghanistan. At the end of the program, fellows will complete an investigation incorporating open-source tools as the cornerstone element of their project. Investigations undertaken by fellows will ideally be in areas where there are gaps of knowledge (i.e. topics regarding women and girls, the LGBT community, other minorities or identified understudied areas) and the work will seek to help fill those gaps. Purpose of the program To strengthen the open-source skills of journalists, researchers, advocates, or human rights reporters and increase their contribution to the Afghan media and NGO community — with the overall purpose of supporting the information landscape in Afghanistan. What is included in the fellowship program? A stipend determined by the scope of the proposal — a note on this is listed below — we anticipate supporting around 5 fellows under the Noor Fellowship Expert training on Open Source (OSINT) investigation techniques Ongoing guidance throughout the fellowship period Supporting fellows to identify opportunities build their network and help them attend events and/or meetings where relevant Subscriptions to relevant services Flights/travel costs where relevant Selection criteria Candidates will demonstrate the following in their application to be considered for the fellowship program: ​ Expertise Candidates must be journalists, researchers, advocates, or human rights reporters with a keen and evident interest in Afghanistan They will demonstrate existing and significant skills in investigative reporting (not necessarily open-source skills although this would be useful) Interest They will be engaged and communicative with Afghan Witness (show initial interest in learning these techniques and partaking in the program) Quality of, and capacity for, the proposal They’ll have capacity to deliver on their proposals They’ll indicate potential of sustainability — this will further their career and contribute to their long term goals They will demonstrate integrity Candidates will demonstrate how they’ll use the knowledge gained from the fellowship to strengthen the information landscape in Afghanistan ​ ​ Please note! The fellowship is an online program and does not include any visa sponsorship. The applicants are requested to confirm the following in their personal statement: “I understand that the maximum amount of funding available to those selected to receive the Noor Fellowship is GBP £5,000 (or USD $ equivalent). By submitting this application, I confirm that I accept this stipulation and confirm I believe my project proposal is achievable within this funding amount ” AW especially welcomes applications from women and girls, as well as minority groups and those people less represented in the Afghanistan information space How to apply Applicants are requested to submit an application in English, containing the following documents by the 15th December to fellowship@afghanwitness.org ​ A Curriculum Vitae A Personal Statement (maximum 500 words) in which the applicant will cover how they meet the selection criteria mentioned above Brief project proposal/design (not more than 1000 words) to outline the topic of investigation, purpose, activities and methodology Timeline We’re excited to read your proposals — good luck!

  • Legal | Afghan Witness

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