Rights in Afghanistan: “Human” or “Fundamental”?
This paper examines ordinary citizens’ views about the notions of human and fundamental rights as well as the activities and impacts associated with them. The paper identifies ways in which human / fundamental rights may be best addressed in Afghanistan, given the contextual sensitivities and the uneven approach to implement these rights since 2001. This paper was made possible through funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands.
Research Fields: Aid Effectiveness