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THE CIVIL SOCIETY FORUM IN PARIS 22-24/5/08
“International civil society and private sector forum in support of Afghanistan”
Saturday 24th May 2008 International Conference Centre, Paris
Giovedi' 22 Maggio 2008
8 - 9 am Welcome
9 - 9.10 am Bernard Kouchner – Minister of Foreign and European Affairs.
9.10 am – 9.30 am Sima Samar - President of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission – The political and security situation.
9.30 – 9.45 am Naysan Adlparvar – ACBAR – presentation of the poverty report.
9.45 - 10 am Alain Boinet and Pierre Lafrance: Presentation of the recommendations of the French NGO symposium organised at Médecins du Monde (22nd May).
10 – 10.45 am Akram Fazel – FRANOR.(tbc) ou Daud Moossa – President of DA Kandahar Pashto Sherkat.
10.15 – 10.30 am coffee break
Simultaneous round tables 10.30 am – 1 pm (1 hr speeches – 1 hr discussion – ½ hr on recommendations)
1st round table: Human rights: trends and issues - What roles can be played by civil society?
Moderator: Chekeba Hachemi – Afghanistan Libre – or Sima Ghani - consultant.
Rapporteur: Giovanni Pasqua International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC)
1.Trends and future prospects in terms of women’s rights – Homa Sabri - Consultant
2.Civil society and the rule of law - Abdul Rahman Hotaky - Afghan Organization for Human Rights and Environmental Protection.
3.Kanishka Nawabi - Coordinating Peace And Unity – on the role of civil society in reconciliation and settlement of conflicts.
4.Freedom of expression and the media: Saad Mohseni – CEO of TOLO – TV and Najiba Ayubi – CEO of Killid Group on changes in the audiovisual sector.
2nd round table: Within the framework of the ANDS, what are the development priorities for decision-makers in Afghan civil society and the private sector?
Moderator: Anja de Beer – ACBAR.
1.Agricultural sector: Charlotte Dufour – FAO – on food insecurity – and Salam Rahimi - Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance - or Inbg Jawed - Help Afghan Farmers Organization - on their agricultural development projects.
2.Health sector: Afghan Health and Development Services and Dr Bashir Sakye in order to illustrate successes and changes in terms of health coverage since 2001.
3.Educational sector: Anders Fänge - Swedish Committee for Afghanistan.
3rd round table: Contribution of the private sector to the development of Afghanistan.
Moderator: Chris Eaton – AKDN.
Rapporteur: Eric Davin – Altai consulting.
1.Karim Khoja – CEO of Roshan - a success story in setting up a company and developing partnerships among the various players, together with a road map “on enabling environment” report.
2.Shirine Ponte - Peace Dividend Trust – on taking legal aspects into account and reinforcing the capacities of the people involved.
3.Dr. Gholam Hasanzada – Manager of Siemens – on public/private partnerships.
4.Kabir Mohammad Qurban Haqjo – Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Daud Moossa – President of DA Kandahar Pashto Sherkat or Akram Fazel – Franor - the personal experience of a company founder.
4th round table: Efficiency and quality of aid: how can it be improved by increasing the involvement of local communities?
Moderator: an Afghan representative of CARE - US
Rapporteur: a representative of Secours Islamique
1.3 speakers: Ms. Raqiba Jan – teacher – and Walwigi – NGO Pen Club – on identifying the needs of the population: good practices that change the everyday life of Afghans. A representative of the Norwegian Refugee Council on the conditions under which refugees and displaced persons can return to their own country and the resulting constraints.
2.Mavlavi Hakyar – tribal elders’ representative - relations between local communities and the military and their impact on the population.
5.Yama Torabi - Integrity Watch Afghanistan – on the experience of setting up local groups to monitor and control the use of aid
1 pm – 2.30 pm Lunch: Keynote speaker Ehsan Zia – Minister of Rural Development.
2.30 – 2.50 Kai Eide – UN special representative for Afghanistan.
2.50 – 3.10 pm Olivier Weber on drugs issues.
3.10 – 4.15 Summing up of the four round tables by the rapporteurs
4.15 – 4.30 pm coffee break
4.30 – 5.30 pm Discussion of the recommendations with Ali Wardak – academic – as moderator.
5.30 – 5.45 pm Anja de Beer (ACBAR) and/or Paul O’Brien – OXFAM: summing up of recommendations to be presented and discussed during the senior officials’ conference on 4th June and the ministerial conference on 12th June.
5.45 – 6 pm. Conclusions by Noorullah Delawari - Advisor to President Karzai - and Bernard Kouchner - Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.
6 pm Press briefing.