About Us

2014-06-11 11.31.00

Worked Experience
 International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan
International Red Cross and Red Crescent in Tajikistan, Kyrgystan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Indonesia
International Assistant Mission in Afghanistan
Immigration Organization in Canada
BA in languistics from Kabul University
Forced Migration studies at Oxord University in UK
Political Sciences at Carleton University in Canada
MA degree in International Relations from Carleton University.



What is Afghanocentricism?

It is an idea that only by integrating Afghan Agency, Value and Tradition into the political deliberation and institutions of Afghanistan can peace  be achieved. It is not derived from a Eurocentric discourse nor aspires to a romantic historical past of a “great civilization”. it is neither a futile attempt to at best build afghan ‘self-esteem’ nor at worst  to balkanize the rich ethnic composition of the land. It is a Worldview in response to the western ethnocentric Liberal ideology that is incompatible and evidently an ineffective mechanism for peaceful resolution. Afghanocentricity is at its core a fundamental belief that the only mechanism to unify and uplift this nation is through collective intellectual self-reliance.

افغان محوری

ین شبکه ارتباطی با باور به نقش ارزنده ساختار ها، ارزش ها و سنن افغانی و ادغام انها به پروسه شور و مشورت های سیاسی درجهت دستیابی به صلح پایدار در افغانستا ن راه اندازی گردیده. هدف این تلاش نه مشتق شده ازنوع گتمان و مباحثات اروپا محورانه و نه هم از بلند پروازی های تاریخ گذشته ” تمدن بزرک”.  هدف این نهاد در بهترین حالت نه تلاش مبالغه امیزی است در جهت اعمار اعتماد به نفس افغانی و نه هم برای ترکش  ترکیب غنامند قومی این سرزمین. چون  جهان بینی رایج در واکنش به ایدئولوژی ناسازگار نژاد محورانه  لیبرال غربی بر ان است که مکانیزم جاری برای حل صلح امیز مسله افغانستا ن بطور اشکارا ناکارامد از اب برامد. پس تفکروتلاش های افغان معابانه اصل اساسی است که میتوان برای متحد ساختن ملت و از طریق اتکای بنفس دسته جمعی روشنفکران در ختم منازعه و تامین صلح پایدار در کشور بکارگرفت.

One thought on “About Us”

  1. I would be interested in meeting you and discussing the application of your analysis to an eventual comprehensive peace process and theroe of both the diaspora and international civil society. Please contact me.
    Gerald Ohlsen
    Chair, International Steering Committee
    Afghanistan: Pathways to Peace


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