TEFAF Interactive Panel Discussions on Culture Heritage

In this panel of experts, Sanne Letschert, Head of Cultural Emergency Response (CER) reflects on these questions in conversation with CER’s partners, Khan Agha Dawoodzai ( BRD Executives Director  Afghanistan)

Diasporas Action for Afghanistan

From 15-16 May 2022, nearly 100 members of the Afghanistan diaspora, representing more than 70 organizationsincluding BRD, gathered in Brussels for a European Conference entitled “Diaspora Action for Afghanistan” to

BRD-Non-Stop Work for Preserving Culture Heritage in Afghanistan

BRD work on the emergency reapair and protection of Shah Faizulla Tomb, a historic culture heritage site located in Ningarhar province of Afghanistan continued. The promery objectives of the project

Joint Statement on EU Response of Afghanistan Crises

Afghan diaspora organisations urge the EU to:  Scale up humanitarian aid; Support delivery of critical services; Support evacuation, resettlement & protection of Afghans in Europe; And  Ensure human rights.

Association Governance

The association’s highest decision-making body is the general meeting, where all members have the right to vote in accordance with the statutes.

Association Objectives

                To raise awareness about human rights, poverty, humanitarian, and development situation in Afghanistan, including the needs for protection, resettlement of Afghans, among


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