While the European public is mainly concerned about the growing number of killed ISAF soldiers in Afghanistan and the debate is dominated by the troop withdrawal question – what about the people who ISAF was supposed to protect and defend?
What would it mean if security responsibility is transferred to a government that is notorious for its corruption and inefficiency? Can development work only be done under ISAF protection, or would a troop withdrawal enable meaningful and effective development work again? These questions and others will be addressed at a panel discussion on 18 May in Frankfurt/Main with AAN participation, organised by Heinrich Boell Foundation (HBS).
‘Cul-de-sac Afghanistan? Facts, Options, Perspectives’
Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 7.00 pm
Café im Kunstverein • Steinernes Haus am Römerberg
Markt 44 • Frankfurt am Main
Bente Scheller, head of the HBS office in Afghanistan, Kabul
Thomas Ruttig, Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN)
Rona Yussof Mansury, Afghanischer Frauenverein (Afghan Women’s Association), Osnabrück
Omid Nouripour, MP Bündnis 90/ Die Grünen (German Green party),
Frankfurt a. M./Berlin
Bruno Schoch, Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK – Hessian Foundation for Peace and Conflict Studies), Frankfurt a. M.
Niddastr. 64, 60329 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: 069 / 23 10 90 | E -Mail: [email protected]