Rethinking Income Inequality

On October 9th, 2020, Asia Culture and Art Organization and the UNDP Kabul Office brought together economists and student researchers to discuss income inequality trends. Panelists discussed the future and what it holds, what we need to do now to reduce income inequality, and what role the United Nations can play. Income inequality is a... Continue Reading →

The UN75 Dialogue Series; Voices from Nangarhar

Asia Culture House organized a face to face dialogue with community members in Nangarhar province, on 5th October 2020. This event brought together school teachers, university students, businessmen, women council representatives and community elders to discuss the future and what it holds, what needs to be done now to achieve the future they want, and... Continue Reading →

UNcomplicated; Accessible Education for Women

Asia Culture House (Asia Culture and Art Organization) organized an online dialogue on October 1, 2020 about the future of UN. This event brought together university lecturers, civil society activists and educational practitioners to discuss the future and what it holds, what needs to be done now to achieve sustainable development goals, and how the... Continue Reading →

Driving Social Change Through Art and Culture: Asia Culture House, Afghanistan

Our friend Atharva Mehendale, Community Project Manager, URI-North India & Afghanistan took the opportunity to write the following note about Asia Culture House and its partnership with URI. "Active collaborations and partnerships with organisations in Afghanistan and beyond have helped Asia Culture House organise street art festivals, seminars, conferences and other events in Afghanistan since 2015.... Continue Reading →

اقامت بین المللی هنرمندان کابل

خانه فرهنگ آسیا " پروژه ویژه ای را تحت عنوان اقامت  بین المللی هنرمندان کابل برگزار میکند. برنامه برای فصل زمستان طرح گردیده و قرار است بتاریخ 15 دلو الی آخر حوت 1397 در کابل برگزار گردد. خانه فرهنگ آسیا این برنامه را به هدف حمایت از هنرمندان خلاق برگزار خواهد کرد و از طریق... Continue Reading →

Afghanistan – Conceptions and Misconceptions

A group of Afghan Fulbright scholars held a multicultural event on conceptions and misconceptions about Afghanistan in Chicago, USA. This event was meant to explore realities on the ground from a local perspective and experiences, what future holds for Afghans and clarify misconceptions, if any. The dialogue was facilitated by Thomas Valenti, mediator and founder... Continue Reading →

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