Rabia Nusrat

Projects

Conflict-sensitive employment under construction

This project, run in partnership with the Bonn International Centre for Conversion (BICC) and The Liaison Office, increases the use of ‘conflict-sensitive’ investment and employment strategies in the construction, infrastructure and transport sector in Afghanistan and along the country’s border with Pakistan.

Posted on 15 March 2017

Inclusive, objective and responsible journalism in Pakistan

This project aims to tackle inter-communal violence in Pakistan by building the capacity of journalists to safely promote tolerance for diversity, and report on complex issues without creating tensions between or within communities.

Working across the country, the project will train more than 500 journalists, as well as minority rights activists. It will also commission news articles, videos and blogs on minority rights themes.

Posted on 02 June 2017

Rethinking drug policy from a peacebuilding perspective

This project looked at issues of drug trafficking and organised crime in Afghanistan, the Colombia-Peru border and Nigeria, culminating in the production of a research report.

Over the past few years, we have seen a wave of drug policy reform and reflection across the world, from Colombia to Mexico and Uruguay and even some parts of the United States. These changes gave us a critical opportunity to discuss the successes and challenges of current drug control policies.

Posted on 15 March 2017

Strengthening women’s role in peace in Afghanistan

This project is tackling gender inequality and the poor treatment of women and girls in Afghanistan, including gender-based violence, which remains a big problem in the country.  

National policies have not generated palpable change for most women in Afghanistan for various reasons, including a disconnect between national and provincial levels.

This project is overcoming these gaps and improving the living conditions of target communities by increasing gender equality, which in turn supports inclusive peace and security.

Posted on 15 March 2017