Overview of Discourse Afghanistan
Discourse Afghanistan is an APn-led initiative which aims to build a library of reliable, unbiased and up-to-date information on Afghanistan. Discourse Afghanistan offers a platform from which to share and access evidence-based research about Afghanistan; from its history, culture and literature to its geography, scientific and technological developments. Discourse Afghanistan holds seminars, conferences and debates to a) generate dialogue and discussions on published and prospective works; and b) enhance public and professional knowledge and understanding of Afghanistan and its people.
The Discourse Hour is a monthly event series to discuss topics that are of importance to Afghanistan and its people. The aim is to encourage productive dialogue between intellects within the Afghan community as well as those who have professional interests and expertise in Afghanistan, so as to create a micro â€˜think tankâ€™ to provide insights into and solutions for problems that concern Afghanistan. Meeting proceedings are published on the DiscourseÂ website.
Discourse Hour events are generally held at the University College London (UCL) in London. Please check the Events page on Facebook for upcoming events.
Examples of Discourse Afghanistan publications
- Inter-Cousin Marriages in Afghanistan
- Business and Investment Climate in Afghanistan
- Understanding the Challenges of Digital Data in Afghanistan
- Integration of a collaborative mental health care in primary care in Afghanistan
- Destigmatising Mental illness in Afghanistan
Submit an article for Discourse Afghanistan
Academics, professionals and students across all disciplines are invited to submit original articles for publication. We welcome and publish articles and papers on technical matters relating to Afghanistan. The articles should be original and not published elsewhere.
Publications may be in either English, Pashto or Dari and may come in the form of
- Primary research
- News analysis
- Viewpoints or
- Creative writing
- Video and audio-format submissions
All Discourse publications are peer reviewed by a team of dedicated editors, who are on hand to provide extensive editorial support and advice to all contributing authors. In line with APns mission statement, politically polarised articles will not be considered for publication.
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You can email the Discourse team directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discourse Afghanistan Team
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