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Located in Kabul, Afghanistan, CAPS is an independent, research centre that strives to conduct action-oriented research which will influence policy-makers. It works diligently towards building local capacity to produce conflict and threat assessments that will influence the safety and security of the people serving the governments, and international aid organizations.
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Mr. Ehsanullah Kamal (Replace '#' with '@' Before sending E-mail)


      * Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Public Administration (The American University of Afghanistan)

      * Certificate in International Humanitarian Laws and Domestic Laws of Afghanistan (The American University of Afghanistan)

      * Baccalaureate from Naderia High School (2007)


Mr. Ehsanullah Kamal joined CAPS in 2013 as the Research Analyst, and he is responsible for qualitative and quantitative research and data collection on issues such as governance, state building, regional cooperation with particular emphasis on Pakistan and Iran and security in Afghanistan. In addition, tracking and analyzing key political developments in the region and globe pertaining to Afghanistan, that contribute to weekly and monthly reports at CAPS, is among the daily tasks of Mr. Kamal.

Previously, Mr. Kamal was member of the Afghan Youth Parliament and he has contributed in assisting the Upper House of National Assembly in policies regarding social and cultural issues such as education, media law, and youth. Having interest in human rights and holding a certificate in International Law, Mr. Kamal worked voluntarily for Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) in campaigns for promoting the rights of women, children, social awareness and other socio-political rights. Additionally, Mr. Kamal has also worked and assisted the Afghan Unit Logistic and Supplier Services as the legal Advisor.

With a background in Political Science and International Law, Mr. Kamal has participated in number of major conferences related to the region and Afghanistan. Mr. Kamal has presented his ideas and views about capacity building, state building, corruption, good governance, human rights and poverty alleviation to the participants. He is currently working on a major research projects regarding Armed Group Alliances (USIP) and Women's Economic Empowerment and Women's Access to Justice (UNDP, GEP-II) at CAPS.

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