IDPs and Returnees
Another core area of TLO’s research has been focused on IDPs and returnees. Starting in 2009 with a detailed IDP study, since then TLO has completed dozens of assessments and studies related to IDPs and returnees, including as pre-engagement efforts and stand-alone studies focusing on specific topics such as the vulnerability of IDP and returnee communities to radicalization.
LIVING PRINCIPLES FOR AN INCLUSIVE AFGHAN PEACE PROCESS - CIVIL SOCIETY
4-6 MARCH 2020, BRUSSELS, THE EUROPEAN UNION
LIVING PRINCIPLES” FOR AN INCLUSIVE PEACE PROCESS
Afghan civil society at large is concerned with the seeming willingness on the part of some of its allies in
the International Community to allow achievements made in the past two decades, benefitting the Afghan
population at large, to be sacrificed. These achievements include the respect for civil liberties, notably
women’s rights, freedom of expression, the existing constitutional order, the building of institutions, the
respect for rule of law, and equal opportunities for women and men in education and working spaces. It is
key that these achievements, which were made through serious sacrifices in resources and lives by Afghans
and our allies from around the world, are preserved.