Conversations with the Afghan Diaspora: Understanding the Past and Building a Better Future
Following the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, members of the Afghan Diaspora have been forced to rebuild their lives abroad. This includes millions of Afghans who have fled the country in the past two decades of conflict and those who are now seeking refuge in other countries. While this is a difficult transition, members of the Afghan Diaspora are using their resilience and determination to build new lives in their host countries.
To better understand what the past 20 years have meant for Afghanistan and what the future holds, we invite you to have a conversation with members of the Afghan Diaspora. These individuals can provide a unique perspective on the current situation in Afghanistan and share their experiences of living in a country torn by conflict.
Through these conversations, we can gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by Afghan people and how we can support them during this difficult time. We can also learn about the rich culture and history of Afghanistan, and how we can work together to preserve and celebrate it.
By having open and honest conversations with members of the Afghan Diaspora, we can build bridges of understanding and compassion, and stand in solidarity with those who have been impacted by the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan.Book experience