Dozens of Afghan correspondents who migrated to Turkey held demonstration against poor attention of the UNHCR and demanded the International Organizations to review their cases.
NAI Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan is currently implementing the following training programs in the provinces of Kabul, Herat, Nanghar, Balkh, Kandahar, Jowzjan, Samangan, Parwan and Kunduz:
Government should nominate “Afghanistan Information Resources Center” (AIRC) as Nancy Hatch Dupree name
Miss. Nancy was an American researcher, history writer and had lived along with Afghans since 60 years and had launched enormous research about the culture and civilization of Afghanistan, but she passed away due to some illness this morning at the age of 90 on 10th of Sep 2017 in Kabul city Afghanistan. Miss. Nancy was born…
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during a visit with some media responsible and supporting freedom of media institutions in Presidential palace exempted 108 million Afghani of tax penalties of media.Further president Ghani stated that those media that did not pay taxes to government, their taxes are payable up to 7 years with separate installments in the…
According to the Article 50 of Afghanistan’s constitution accessing information is the right of all Afghan citizens which the following right is guaranteed.
A number of local correspondents receiving threat letters from Taliban in Baghlan left the province;
Marking day or occasion in reality means advocacy for the values of the days and occasions we believe in, this counts as struggle to remove barriers and limits beyond the laws, and called an attempt to strengthen it within the society.
30 people were killed, more than 50 others were injured when a car bomb exploded in the west side city of Kabul (Saray-e- Ghazni road) early Monday morning.
Commission Reviews the media violence should seriously review the recent report of the Wolesi Jirga reporter
Naveed Sultani the Wolesi Jirga TV station reporter has provided a report that has undermined the Afghanistan’s constitution, media law and regulation.
Part of the National Cyber Security Strategy of Afghanistan (NCSA) and Afghan Panel Code interdict the freedom of speech and freedom of the citizens.
Nai the supporting open media in Afghanistan received document which indicates that in the second volume of the Afghanistan Panel code which was approved by the President recently focused on the National Cyber criminal activities.