„Afghanistan: A country between world policy, ethnic conflict and religious radicalism“ (Ein Land im Spannungsfeld von (Welt-)politik, ethnischen Konflikten und religiösem Radikalismus)Kabul’s Kart-e Sakhi shrine where two attackers wearing police uniforms and equipped with grenades and machine guns opened fire on Ashura mourners on 11 October 2016. Photo: Tolo
AAN’s Thomas Ruttig will be one of the presenters at this evening of lectures and discussion (in German), organised by Hesse State Centre for Political Education (HSCPE). Other participants: Ambassador Dr. Gunter Mulack (Berlin) and Volker Bausch (HSCPE, also moderator).
Time: Thursday, 19 January 2017, 2.30pm to 5.00pm
Venue: Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv, Mosbacher Str. 55, 65187 Wiesbaden
2.30pm: Introduction – Afghanistan, past and present (Volker Bausch)
Afghanistan and Pakistan: Interlinked regional conflicts (Dr Gunter Mulack)
Afghanistan: Ethnic groups and religious conflicts (Thomas Ruttig)
The event is open to the public (please register by 12 January 2017 via [email protected]) and is also certified as advanced training for teachers. No charges.
For more information see here and this flyer.
This article was last updated on 9 Mar 2020