The Women's Regional Network: Afghanistan, Pakistan and India has completed an 18 month long qualitative research collecting the voices of women in mostly remote, isolated and conflicted regions of the three countries on the topics of corruption, extremisms and militarization of aid and development as they impact women's security. This research is unique in that most research on women's views on peace and security are collected from women in urban centers and the voices of mainly well-educated women. This research was conducted in multiple languages and has been translated into Pashto, Dari, Urdu and Hindi. The research was led and conducted by the women in the Network from the three countries.
Executive summaries with the key findings and recommendations can be accessed by clicking the following:
The full Country Reports can be found on the Women's Regional Network website.