Backs the Women for Peace and Participation conference at the London School of Economics.


Designs leadership retreats for young leaders from across Afghanistan, creating a model of civic leadership development for young reformers and activists.


Supports activists at the Brussels conference, to facilitate their critical narratives and insights to reach policymakers.


Supports grassroots initiatives, including the Orange Blossom Festival, cricket games, and cross-community network building, strengthening the diversity and intricate ecosystems of local communities.


Supports the launch of Afghanistan Now -  a platform dedicated to amplifying a diverse range of stories from both Afghans within the country and those in diaspora communities to counterbalance singular narratives.


Afghanistan Engagement Project (AEP) launches to support civic activists and young leaders through action-oriented research and community engagement.