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Mohammad Afzal Zarghoni

  • Afghanistan
  • Male
  • KAICIID Fellows

Biography Narrative

Mohammad has worked at the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University (ACKU), the Afghanistan Research and Elevation Unit (AREU), the Infra North Programme of GIZ, the Social and Educational Services Organization (SESO), Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA), Community World Service Asia (CWSA), the Afghanistan High Peace Council, the Sanayee Development Organization (SDO) and the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF). He has gained broad experience with project management, research and information science as well as with many deradicalization projects. He believes in non-violent resistance to achieve justice and civil rights through dialogue. He also has his own website which he is developing as a platform for the exchange of ideas among Afghanistan’s youth. WIth his work, he has travelled to 28 provinces of Afghanistan and attended many national and international conferences.

Interreligious Activities and Initiatives

The role of religious actors in dialogues for peacebuilding and conflict prevention in Afghanistan: A case study in the Faculty of Shari’a (Islamic) Law and the Faculty of Public Policy, Kabul University
This work was carried out based on the primary data collected through the survey instrument. The survey instrument used for this work is a standardized well-structured questionnaire. The questionnaires were employed to collect the primary data and relevant information from the students of Shari’a (Islamic) Law and Public Policy faculties of Kabul University. This survey instrument was designed and tested as a part of this work and proved reliability. Population The Shari’a (Islamic) Law and Public Policy faculties at Kabul University were taken as a population of the study because the study is designed as a focused case study. The study will focus on senior students: in the Faculty of Shari’a there are 360 in this category, for the Faculty of Public Policy, 300: therefore 244 completed questionnaires are the required sample size. The study will focus on the third and fourth-year students because they will have had the longest period of exposure to both the content of their courses to understand Islam, and interactions with the staff of the two faculties and so they will have had time to understand the dynamics of the relationship between those individuals and society at large, potentially their insights from within the faculty will be more informed over time than any external observers.