Support Human Rights and Rule of Law

Afghanistan is one of the post-conflict countries and undergoing a democratic transition, ordinary citizens have suffered from widespread and sustained abuse and deprivation of their human rights. This debasing legacy poses important concerns for the development of civil society and complicates the transition to democracy. In most cases, more than a generation has grown up without being able to experience or practice many of their basic human rights or related values, such as social and political tolerance, civility, and civic trust. Many segments that are essential to a democratic transition are missing, or greatly misunderstood: the role of democratic political opposition; limits on the government,

minority rights under majority rule; the accountability of government; women’s equality; and the rights and responsibilities of an independent media.

ADWSO provides support on human rights education, advocacy, conduct social audits, document and report so the influential hears and pressurize. Human rights education programs are designed to increase understanding and commitment to respect human rights and democracy engaging scattered communities, local leaders, and government authorities. ADWSO’s legal assistance programs encompass a wide range of community-based legal assistance services for the disadvantaged, including women, refugees and displaced persons, victims of human rights abuse, and the poor. These programs serve to provide access to justice for those in rural and poor urban communities, to develop information programs, informing citizens of their legal rights, and to mobilize these communities in support of democracy, human rights protection, and rule of law. To achieve the objective, we provide the following services:

  • To organize seminars, conferences, and workshops with a view to educating vulnerable on human rights, democracy, political spheres participation, and development.
  • Plan and execute initiatives to influence political, community leaders engaging grassroots levels
  • Informational exchange with other national and international organizations for supporting justice and rule of law.
  • To provide legal services to the needy, increasing access to justice, and promoting the rule of law.