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Huge Presences of Women on voting day made media ink it as their headlines

April 05, 2014

Despite of concerns and spiritual war the people of Afghanistan especially Women have shown their huge presence voting for the favorite candidates saying no threats deter us from voting and stabilizing our country as an example more 2000 voters were presence before the opening of the Polling stations in the Herat Province.
From the other hand, 3 Taliban were shot dead while they were trying to stop the residents of Zabul voting by the Afghan security Forces. read more....

No ballot papers has become a major crisis

April 05, 2014

The following provinces have significantly suffered from such challenges like Kabul Herat balkh Daikondi Sar-i-Pul Ghazni Wardak, Kunduz.
Despite of lack of ballot papers in Kabul the capital city and people have lined up long waiting for the ballot papers to be sent by the IEC officials and keep the process going. read more....

Huge Presence of People in Polling stations encourages others

April 05, 2014

Contrary of the imagines in some Provinces, the majority of the people with much interests went to ballot boxes to vote.
Khost Province is one of the pattern among other Provinces despite of the insecurity threats Men and Women voted for their future. read more....

Polling Stations officially opens

April 05, 2014

The Presidential- Provincial Elections has just been officially opened by the head of Independent Election Commission IEC Dr, Nurstani at Habibia High school todayat 7:00 am on the 5th, April, 2014.
In the same time the other polling stations in Mahmood Hotaki High school in Kuta Sangi after 40 minutes delay today, the Afghan security forces despite of ensuring the security have began to help people inline and control the situation and people are satisfied with their behavior. read more....

Press release of Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan in coordination of journalism community regarding killing of an Afghan Journalist working for (AFP) along with his family members

March 22, 2014

We express our deep condolence regarding killing of an Afghan Journalist Sardar Ahmad along his wife and the two children who worked for Agence France-Presse (AFP) as journalist and strongly condemned this terrorist attack.
The terrorists have attack Kabul Serena Hotel late Thursday evening and shot dead 9 civilians where the Afghan journalist Sardar Ahmad along his wife and two children were killed and his 3 months old kid is in coma condition. read more....

Increasing of violence against Journalists decreases the role of media on Election awareness

March 12, 2014

The NAI Supporting Open Media office in Afghanistan, has significantly condemned the killing of an International Journalist named Nils Horner and beating of an Afghan journalist named Mukhtar Wafiyee who is the responsible for Huwaida website in Balkh Province.
Mr. Nils was Swedish-British National who was shot dead by the unknown gun men on 11, March, 2014 on 15th street of Wazir Akbarkhan belong to 10th Police precinct on Tuesday in the capital city of Kabul. read more....

Social media users introduction to court, against the media law in Herat Province

March 05, 2014

The open media support office in Afghanistan (NAI) has entitled the introducing of social media users to the court against the media law without preliminary investigation by the mass media committee in Herat Province.
In recent time some of the social media users on Facebook by using other names have been introduced to the court for insulting some of the Presidential and Provincial candidates and their cases has been sent to the high court of Herat Province. read more....

We support the gathering of correspondents over the misbehavior of the Regional doctors in Herat Province

February 27, 2014

The (NAI) Office Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan supports the Provincial correspondents gathering and admires their civil movement in order to reach their rights in Herat Province.
Earlier a number of doctors have gathered for one of their coworkers who was being beaten and insulted in Herat Province, correspondents have covered their gathering, the doctors have not only appreciated their performances but also began to beat one of the correspondents while the Herat Hospital spokesman trying to be a mediator and wanted to apologize for the second time all the correspondents have been insulted with rough words by the Doctors. read more....

Compliance with United Nations resolutions regarding the safety of journalists should be placed on the agenda of the Government

February 13, 2014

NAI Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan entitles the United Nations resolutions a positive step for ensuring safety of the Journalists within the country.
The members of the General Assembly of the United Nation during a resolution have re-acted against the violence towards the correspondent’s safety on 26th of Nov/2013. In the resolution the members Government have been obliged to adopt necessary measurements for the security and safety of the Journalists and on side of the resolution the 2th of November was nominated as the day for (Fighting impunity in crimes against journalists). read more....

Media Civic Engagement subgrants for the Afghan Civic Engagement Program

February 06, 2014

Internews invites Afghan organizations to submit applications for Media Civic Engagement (MCE) subgrants for the Afghan Civic Engagement Program (ACEP). Subgrants issued under the MCE will fund interesting and innovative proposals designed to promote civic engagement on election issues through production of new and traditional media in Afghanistan. The subgrants are specifically aimed at engaging the Afghan public regarding the forthcoming Presidential and provincial elections. read more....

NAI supporting open media in Afghanistan entitles important the approval of code for accessing to the information passed by the Council Ministers!

February 04, 2014

We demand the President to endorse the code of access to information based on winter break of the National Assembly and the National Assembly has to approve it before holding presidential election there the correspondents based on that could produce sufficient reports and publish them. read more....

President needs to endorse the code of access to information as legislative Decree!

December 31, 2013

We demand the President to endorse the code of access to information based on winter break of the National Assembly and the National Assembly has to approve it before holding presidential election there the correspondents based on that could produce sufficient reports and publish them. read more....

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