Palwasha Hassan is currently the Jennings Randolph Afghanistan Fellow at the US Institute of Peace. She serves as Country Director for Rights & Democracy in Afghanistan. She has more than 15 years of experience in women’s development and empowerment projects and is the founding member of many existing networks and women and human rights groups in Afghanistan, including the Afghan Women’s Network, the Women and Street Children Project, and Roazana. She has served as a representative of civil society groups in numerous constitutional and peacekeeping negotiations including the Constitutional Loya Jirga, the Peace Jirga on Afghanistan and Pakistan, and the Afghanistan Reconstruction Forum in Tokyo. Hassan holds a master’s degree in Post-war Recovery Studies from York University, UK.
Dec 02, 2009
Paul Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Gould, Whitney Azoy, Shafiq Shamel, Shah Mahmoud Hanifi, M. Jamil Hanifi, Pierre Centlivres, Francesc Vendrell, Bruce G. Richardson, Micheline Centlivres-Demont, Assem Akram, Niamatullah Ibrahimi, Abdul Jalil Benish, Kate Clark, Najib Lafraie, Shahmahmood Miakhel, G. Rauf Roashan, Ghulamreza Fazlinaiem, Nick Miszak, Michael Semple, Joanna Nathan, Robert D. Crews, Nake M. Kamrany, Mark Sedra, Robert L. Canfield, Aziz Hakimi, Anna Larson, Saghar Chopan, Malaiz Daud, Thomas Ruttig, Thomas Barfield, Martine van Bijlert, Nipa Banerjee, Casey Johnson, Conrad Schetter, Rainer Glassner, Shakti Sinha, Astri Suhrke, Paula Kantor, Adam Pain, Alessandro Monsutti, Taymor Kamrany, Andrew Wilder, F. Faruq Achikzad, Susanne Schmeidl, M. Siddieq Noorzoy, Zabih Farhad, Katja Mielke, Richard F. Strand, Palwasha Hassan, Orzala Ashraf Nemat , Carol Riphenburg, Tonita Murray, Sippi Azarbaijani-Moghaddam, Wazhma Frogh, Nancy Hatch Dupree, Wazirgul Anis