Sunday, October 14, 2018

Do the migration authorities in EU underestimate the insecurity in Afghanistan?

Fatalities in Kabul 2013 - August 2018.

The outcome of the conference was that no place in Afghanistan is safe enough for deportations. However, it seems like EU:s migration authorities does not agree on this. But when you look into the different countries' advices to travelers, it seems like they are very well aware about the insecure situation in Afghanistan. Read more in the press release

Swedish press


Professor Maley: Afghanistan extremt instabilt; extra farligt för hazarer  14.11.2018
Våldet har blivit fullständigt oförutsägbart  ETC Oct 10, 2018
Professor: Konvertiter tacksamt mål för extremister  Dagen Oct 4, 2018
"Afghanistan är inte säkert"  Amnesty press Oct 20, 2018

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Monday, October 08, 2018

The outcome: "How safe is Afghanistan?" Oct 4, 2018

The panel discussion. From left Annika Hamrud, Therese Pettersson, Vera Meijerling, William Maley, Anders Fänge and Liza Schuster.

At the conference How safe is Afghanistan? on Oct 4, 2018, a row of respected researchers presented their findings about the security situation in Afghanistan. Representants from non-governmental organisations gave us a view of the diverse asylum policies within EU.

In the program, after each title, you find links to the videos on facebook, ppt-presentations and papers.

You find all videos on youtube.

Saturday, October 06, 2018

A success: "How safe is Afghanistan?" Oct 4 2018


Post-conference meeting with the organizing group, volunteers and some of the lecturers. 

The conference How safe is Afghanistan? in Stockholm, Oct 4, 2018, was a success. The lecture-hall was filled, and around one thousand followed the conference online.

Thursday, August 09, 2018

Conference on the safety situation in Afghanistan


Welcome to the international conference How safe is Afghanistan? in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 4, 2018 at 9-17 h (Central European Summer Time = UTC/GMT + 2h).