Events

AAN at Public Seminar in Wiesbaden (Germany: 19 January 2017)


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

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

„Afghanistan: A country between world policy, ethnic conflict and religious radicalism“ (Ein Land im Spannungsfeld von (Welt-)politik, ethnischen Konflikten und religiösem Radikalismus)

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

Agenda:

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 Ludmila.Neugebauer@hlz.hessen.de) and is also certified as advanced training for teachers. No charges.

For more information see here and this flyer.

 

 

 

 

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