4th Vol. WOMEN AND PUBLIC POLICY JOURNAL  November 6, 2018

4th Vol. WOMEN AND PUBLIC POLICY JOURNAL
Editor in Chief: Mariam Safi
Electoral Trajectory in Post-2001 Afghanistan: Assessment and Recommendations
The fourth volume of the Women and Public Policy Journal includes 12 articles by Afghan women on the timely topic of ‘Electoral Trajectory in Post-2001 Afghanistan: Assessment and Recommendations.’This year’s journal is dedicated to elections in the post-2001 period in Afghanistan. It offers in-depth analyses on the evolution of laws, policies and institutions related to elections in Afghanistan. All articles in this year’s journal has been peer-reviewed by experts, Dr. S.Y. Qureshi (former Chief Election Commissioner of India) and Mr. Ahmadullah Archiwal (Advisor to the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan) on Election Affairs.

3rd Edition, Women and Public Policy Journal  December 20, 2017

3rd Edition, Women and Public Policy Journal
Editor in Chief: Mariam Safi
Annual Publication
Afghanistan's Peace Process: Evaluation, Impact and Gaps
The third edition of the Women and Public Policy Journal includes 12 articles by Afghan women on the timely topic of ‘Afghanistan’s Peace Process: Evaluation, Impact and Gaps.’This year’s journal offers in-depth analyses with essays evaluating key pillars of peace processes, with a specific focus on the Afghan peace and reconciliation process, and case studies that draw lessons for Afghanistan from processes that have unfolded in other contexts. As such, this year’s journal authors provide a clear illustration of the evolution, impact and gaps in the Afghan peace process and offer recommendations for the Afghan government and relevant stakeholders on

2nd Edition, Women and Public Policy Journal  December 9, 2016

2nd Edition, Women and Public Policy Journal
Editor in Chief: Mariam Safi
Annual Publication
Afghan Economy in the Decade of Transformation (2015-2024) Afghanistan's Journey to Economic Self-Reliance: Assessment & Recommendations
The second edition of the WPPJ includes articles by 9 Afghan women authors, peer-reviewed by regional scholars, exploring the challenges and opportunities confronting Afghanistan’s economic development in the Decade of Transformation. The journal examines several economic priority areas and reform planning set by the Afghan government such as encouraging private investment, job creation, revenue generation,agriculture and rural development, building better governance, regional economic integration, and increasing women’s role in the private and public economic sectors, to help it move towards achieving self-reliance.

Women and Public Policy Journal  September 29, 2015

Women and Public Policy Journal
Editor in Chief: Mariam Safi
Annual Publication
2014-2015 WPPJ: The past, present, and future of democratic governance in Afghanistan: What are the challenges and How can we fix them?
WPPJ addresses the gaps in strengthening democratic governance in Afghanistan and provides recommendations on how the National Unity Government can plug these gaps as it transitions into the Decade of Transformation. The journal identifies an array of issues that have hindered the consolidation of democratic governance in Afghanistan through a rigors examination of specific MDGs underscoring their challenges and providing policy recommendations on how to address them in the decade ahead. It highlights issues that range from health care, HIV/AIDs pandemic, education, security, corruption, civil service reform and regional cooperation. The publication of the Peer Review is the first public policy journal in Afghanistan that is authored by women and reviewed by international scholars.