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در آگوست 2004 ، 24 سازمان حقوق بشر شبکه جامع Civil مدنی و حقوق بشر را در وزارت دادگستری ثبت كردند و طبق مجمع عمومی (CSHRN) ، این شبکه در فوریه 2011 با نام رسمی جامعه مدنی در وزارت اقتصاد به ثبت رسید. و سازمان حقوق بشر (CSHRO). ما به عنوان یک شبکه سراسری متشکل از 82 سازمان جامعه مدنی که نماینده بخش های وسیعی از جامعه افغانستان در کابل و چهار استان هستند ، سازماندهی شده ایم. اعضای ما در زمینه های مختلفی از جمله موضوعات زنان ، عدالت انتقالی ، تولید رادیو و تلویزیون ، رسانه های چاپی فعالیت می کنند ، اما همه ما متعهد به تعهد مشترک خود به اعلامیه جهانی حقوق بشر و عزم مشترک ما در ارتقاء حقوق بشر هستیم و به طور مداوم رویکردهای مبتنی بر حقوق را نسبت به آنچه انجام می دهیم بکار ببریم. ما قاطعانه اعتقاد داریم که افغانستان می تواند مطابق با حقوق بشر به جامعه ای مبتنی بر دموکراسی و حاکمیت قانون تبدیل شود. این عقیده به دید ما تبدیل شده است ، بنابراین ، ما انتظار داریم که جامعه ما ملتی شود ، جایی که همه مردم از حقوق خود آگاه باشند و جایی که جرات می کنند از طریق حاکمیت قانون از آنها مطالبه کنند. ما در حال حاضر بسیار درگیر این موارد هستی:. ما به عنوان اساس فعالیتهای خود برنامه ریزی کاملی داریم و رویکرد ما استراتژیک ، مشارکتی و کاملاً دموکراتیک است. ما پاسخگو و شفاف هستیم؛ اعضای ما همه دسترسی کامل به اطلاعات شبکه دارند. ما در چارچوب قانون اساسی ما کار می کنیم ، و ما مبتنی بر اعلامیه جهانی حقوق بشر هستیم.
شبکه جامعه مدنی و حقوق بشر از 58 سازمان افغانستان تشکیل شده است که در ارتقاء حقوق بشر فعالیت دارند. سازمان های عضو تاکنون کلیه دفاتر اصلی خود را در کابل ، اما در سایر مناطق افغانستان نیز نماینده دارند. علاوه بر سازمان های عضو ، CSHRN با بیش از یکصد سازمان شریک در مناطق مختلف افغانستان همکاری می کند.
بدنه تصمیم گیری کلی شبکه مجمع عمومی است که از نمایندگان کلیه سازمان های عضو تشکیل شده است. این استراتژی که CSHRN برای توسعه یک جنبش قوی حقوق بشر در افغانستان انتخاب کرده است را توسعه داده و به روز می کند.
بعلاوه ، حداقل یک جلسه سالانه برگزار می کند ، جایی که در مورد فعالیت های انجام شده توسط CSHRN طی یک سال گذشته بحث می کند و هیئت CSHRN را انتخاب می کند.

دسترسی ما

ما با توجه به اینکه فقط یک سازمان هستیم ، از طریق ساختار شبکه سراسری خود ، به یک دسترسی بی نظیر دست یافته ایم. به عنوان مثال ، ما در حال تماس با مناطق دور افتاده مانند استان های کنر ، نورستان ، قندوس ، تخار ، فاریاب ، فراه و دایکندی هستیم. ما می توانیم تحت شرایطی کار کنیم که ملاحظات امنیتی هم از نظر سیاسی و هم به معنای بسیار بدنی باید در همه فعالیت ها در همه زمانها لحاظ شود. حضور سراسر کشور ما ثابت می کند که دانش ما در مورد حقوق بشر ، رویکرد استراتژیک و توانایی ما برای گفتگو ، در شرایط دشوار و ارزشمند برای کار ما است.

محصولات ما:

  • تابچه راهنمای آموزش حقوق بشر
  • بحث در مورد مفاهیم حقوق بشر در سازمان های عضو ، نهادهای دولتی ، روشنفکران و رهبران سنتی
  • سمینار و کارگاههای آموزشی حقوق بشر برای کارکنان سازمانهای عضو و سایرین
  • همکاری و هماهنگی بین سازمان های جامعه مدنی ، سایر بازیگران اصلی مانند AIHRC و جامعه جهانی
  • برنامه هفتگی رادیو حقوق بشر “صدا” با “صبح بخیر افغانستان” تهیه شد

ما با توجه به اینکه فقط یک سازمان هستیم ، از طریق ساختار شبکه سراسری خود ، به یک دسترسی بی نظیر دست یافته ایم. به عنوان مثال ، ما در حال تماس با مناطق دور افتاده مانند استان های کنر ، نورستان ، قندوس ، تخار ، فاریاب ، فراه و دایکندی هستیم. ما می توانیم تحت شرایطی کار کنیم که ملاحظات امنیتی هم از نظر سیاسی و هم به معنای بسیار بدنی باید در همه فعالیت ها در همه زمانها لحاظ شود. حضور سراسر کشور ما ثابت می کند که دانش ما در مورد حقوق بشر ، رویکرد استراتژیک و توانایی ما برای گفتگو ، در شرایط دشوار و ارزشمند برای کار ما است.

محصولات ما:

  • تابچه راهنمای آموزش حقوق بشر
  • بحث در مورد مفاهیم حقوق بشر در سازمان های عضو ، نهادهای دولتی ، روشنفکران و رهبران سنتی
  • سمینار و کارگاههای آموزشی حقوق بشر برای کارکنان سازمانهای عضو و سایرین
  • همکاری و هماهنگی بین سازمان های جامعه مدنی ، سایر بازیگران اصلی مانند AIHRC و جامعه جهانی
  • برنامه هفتگی رادیو حقوق بشر “صدا” با “صبح بخیر افغانستان” تهیه شد
  • یک صفحه حقوق بشر هفتگی در مجله خانواده “Kilid”
  • مجله دو ماهه CSHRN “آنگارا” با هدف قرار دادن اشخاص و مؤسساتی که به طور حرفه ای با حقوق بشر ، جامعه مدنی و دموکراتیک سازی کار می کنند
  • پیش نویس قوانین برای بهبود چارچوب قانونگذاری در مورد موضوعات کلیدی مربوط به شکاف های حقوق بشر
  • ایده ای برای روند ترویج و تصویب پیش نویس قوانین بر اساس اصول مستندات کامل ، مشارکت عمومی و گفتگو سازنده با تصمیم گیرندگان کلیدی در دولت و مجلس
  • اظهارات CSHRO در مورد وقایع و موقعیت های فعلی مربوط به حقوق بشر

FAQ

چتری برای سازمان های جامعه مدنی است که برای حقوق بشر ، دموکراسی ، احترام به قانون و برای دولتی متعهد به فرهنگ حقوق بشر فعالیت می کنند. شبکه در آگوست 2004 با همکاری 28 سازمان غیردولتی حقوق بشر در شهر کابل تأسیس شد.

CSHRN calls itself a network because it coordinates and collaborates among human rights organizations in order to develop a realistic strategy for strengthening human rights in Afghanistan. Thanks to the network member organizations, which include different types of organizations, a wide circle of interested partners can be activated in order to advance human rights in Afghanistan. The main goal of the network is to promote human rights and to strengthen civil society in Afghanistan. Therefore, the doors of the network are open to those organizations that are interested in cooperating for this purpose. CSHRN also promotes human rights within state institutions in collaboration with the state. Likewise, CSHRN provides the conditions for a constructive dialogue among civil society and state institutions with regard to human rights issues.

The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) is a national human rights institution. The mandate of this organization is to monitor and to promote human rights and to report human rights violations. In Afghanistan, where human rights violations are very severe and frequent, civil society organizations can play an important role in promoting and monitoring human rights. Therefore, CSHRN was established to support human rights and to strengthen the role of NGOs in the promotion of human rights. Consequently, CSHRN is a coordination center for civil society organizations, which works in a complementary way to AIHRC for the promotion of human rights in Afghanistan.

CSHRN promotes human rights in Afghanistan through working with NGOs, state institutions, and academic circles. From the beginning on, CSHRN has involved state institutions in a dialogue as well as in capacity building programs. CSHRN works specifically with those state institutions that are daily involved in human rights in Afghanistan, such as the Police, the Ministry of Women Affairs, the Ministry of Justice, the Supreme Court, the General Prosecution Office and the Ministry of Culture and Information.

During the first two years, CSHRN only carried out activities in Kabul, but at the same time, it started to pave the way for its activities in the provinces. From August 2005 onwards, CSHRN organized some educational programs in the provinces. Today, CSHRN works in three regions and has regional offices in Jalalabad, Mazar-e-Sharif and Herat. Unfortunately, CSHRN could not open a regional office in the south of Afghanistan, due to security reasons.

CSHRN is a center for human rights organizations. That is why only NGOS that work for the promotion of human rights can become members of the network. However, CSHRN works with a number of individual intellectual, who form an expert circle. They support the network during consultative meetings and gatherings. They equally participate in the general assembly of the network, but they are not entitled to vote. So far, the membership for the network is free.

CSHRN is a democratic organization with the General Assembly as its highest organ. The General Assembly, consisting of all the member organizations, meets once a year in order to approve the annual activity report of the network. The Steering Committee is democratically elected by the General Assembly. During the year, the Steering Committee monitors the activities of the network.
The network has an executive secretariat, that implements the programs of CSHRN. Mr. Mohammad Naim Nazari is the Coordinator, Mr. Wazir Ahmad Khorami the Head of the Capacity Building Section, Mr. Ahmad Sayer Lalee the Head of the Finance and Administration section, Mrs. Gul Bashra the Officer in charge of the Educational Unit and Mrs. Frozan Arezo in charge of the Resource Center. In the regions, Dr. Niamatullah Hamdard is the coordinator for the eastern regions, Mr. Soroush Kazemi for the northern and northeastern regions and Mrs. Aziza Khairandish for the western regions.
CSHRN works in accordance with democratic principles and in a transparent and accountable way.

CSHRN is supported by the Danish and the Swiss governments. With the cooperation of its donors, CSHRN provides regularly financial reports about its activities in a transparent and accountable way.
However, CSHRN is an independent organization that designs its own strategy, its goals, its vision and mission. The financial and the activity reports are available for all member organizations.

CSHRN cooperates with the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) and the Society for Threatened Peoples Switzerland (STP), two professional human rights organizations. Mr. Malek Mohammad Sitez, a human rights expert from DIHR and Mrs. Regula Hafner, an expert in the field of capacity building from STP, are the advisors of the network and provide international expertise.

The development of CSHRN can be divided into four phases:
Identification phase: July 2002 – July 2004
During the identification phase, the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) together with local partners was analyzing the situation of human rights and civil society in Afghanistan. Through dialogue and brainstorming, ideas were developed on what could be done to strengthen human rights in the country. DIHR conducted three identification missions to Afghanistan during this period. At the same time, two capacity building programs for women organizations were organized.

1. Phase: August 2004 – June 2006
During this period, the structure of the network was organized and first activities in the field of human rights carried. It was in its establishment as well as in its professional development by DIHR and in specific fields also with the support of the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP). The necessary funding was mostly provided by the Danish Government (DANIDA); the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) provided very specific funding for the first human rights manual.CSHRN as a network among 25 Afghan human rights and civil society organizations with proper statutes was established in August 2004. In this phase, CSHRN concentrated on capacity building and public awareness raising in the field of human rights as well as coordination among the different devil society and human rights organizations. It developed a human rights radio program and several publications and training material on human rights for this purpose. Due to the still limited capacities of the network as well as the member organisations, the activities were concentrated in Kabul, although already human rights activists from the regions got invited. Around 60 organisations were members of the network during this phase.


2. Phase: July 2006 – December 2008
In this phase, a major focus was put on expanding the activities of CSHRN to the eastern, the northern and the western part of Afghanistan and coordination facilities were established in Herat, Mazar-e-Sharif and Jalalabad.An overall strategy for the network was established in order to provide a framework for the activities of the network that makes it effective in the reaching its goals. This strategy has been continuously further developed during the second phase.
The fields of work continued to be concentrated on coordination and capacity building. Besides thematic issues, also institutional capacity building took place during this phase. The coordination was expanded not only to include human rights organizations, but also coordinate between civil society and state institutions. Work had also started in indirect advocacy, through influencing new laws to be in accordance to international human rights standards and to work with parliamentarians and media. The professional for the network was provided by DIHR and STP, the funding by DANIDA and SDC.3. Phase January 2009 to December 2011
During this phase, the work on capacity building will be stronger focused women rights and on monitoring and reporting about the implementation of human rights in Afghanistan. The coordination will be further strengthened in the central area of Afghanistan and the coordination and cooperation with ACSF and AIHRC will be further clarified and made effective. Efforts in the field of advocacy will include work against family violence and access to information. The publication and media efforts will be continued and further expandedThe professional support is provided for this phase by DIHR, while STP is giving specific input regarding institutional capacities and project management. The overall funds come from DANIDA and SDC, but certain smaller projects are directly funded by additional donors.