Center for Dialogue and Progress – Geneva (CDP-G) is a research and policy advocacy organization that studies critical socio, political, and economic development issues in fragile states. The Center is an active platform for policy dialogue of young professionals, experienced scholars, and experts whose work will inform and guide our activities and help generate solutions.
We educate, facilitate dialogue and build capacity of the civil society and foster regional cooperation on peace-building, reconciliation, and humanitarian affairs. Our experts explore and analyze pressing and critical problems, bridging the gaps between local and global knowledge and practices to develop solutions to the contemporary challenges. Transitioning to a functioning and sustainable state requires informed and active citizenry for which the Center facilitates provision of knowledge and transfer of time-tested best practices in the public interest.
The emphasis of the “Afghanistan Constitutional Law Expert Group” on the drafting of the constitution in an inclusive and general process.
Joint Roundtable: Potentials & Capacity of the Private Sector for Partnership in the Provision of Humanitarian & Essential Services in Afghanistan
The roundtable on “Potentials and Capacity of the Afghanistan Local Private Sector for Partnership in Provision of Humanitarian and Essential Services in Afghanistan” aims to explore possibilities and pragmatic ideas to facilitate efficient humanitarian assistance and essential services in Afghanistan in favor of maximizing the impact under the current challenges. This initiative will deliberate on […]
In our next conversation of ‘Civil Society and Contemporary Political Forces Dialogue Series’ 🎙️ we’ll be joined by Roya Musawi, a journalist who has covered Afghanistan for various media outlets. We’ll discuss the crucial role of media in safeguarding democracy in Afghanistan, discussing the challenges and the way forward. Stay tuned for this discussion!Tuesday 6th, February […]
In our upcoming episode of ‘Civil Society and Contemporary Political Forces Dialogue Series’, Dr. Mohammad Haroon Mutasem will discuss the dynamics between legislative processes, legitimacy, and sustained stability. Our focus will be the enigmatic case of Afghanistan, where achieving constitutional longevity has proven to be a challenging endeavor. Join us for a thoughtful conversation on […]
Not since Nagasaki…By Antonio DoniniBoard Member, Center for Dialogue and Progress-Geneva30 December 2023
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