The Afghan Future Thought Forum brings together 45 intellectuals, opinion shapers, politicians and figures of moral authority to discuss and debate critical issues facing Afghanistan after the signing of the Doha Agreement between the Taliban and the U.S.
Organised by the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS) at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, the forum was announced by the centre’s director Sultan Barakat on Twitter on Thursday.
“This is strictly not a negotiation space,” he said.
“The focus is on technical, substantive aspects of developing ideas, analysis, and insights.
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It will allow plural views to engage in open dialogue.”
The subjects which will be addressed, range from post-agreement governance in Afghanistan, to comparative perspectives on Muslim societies with constitutions based on Islamic principles.
Issues such as the rights of women in Afghanistan’s future, as well as those of socio-economic importance will also be debated, as the panel includes seven women.
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The aim of the panel is to contribute constructively to the creation of sustainable pathways to peace in Afghanistan.