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The Taliban takeover, one year on

A year on from the Taliban's abrupt takeover, explore our research and insight on the situation in Afghanistan and the support the country needs.

Think Change episode 10 - Afghanistan

Think Change episode 10: what has the impact of Taliban rule been, one year on? Afghan women’s perspectives

Following a year of Taliban rule, Afghan women leading the fight for change discuss the past 12 months in Afghanistan and what action is needed now.
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Policy-makers must ensure the protection of Afghans, starting with the right to mobility – here’s how

A year after the fall of Kabul, there is still no sign of governance. International protection remains the only hope for the Afghan community. The MIGNEX project shares five ways forward.

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More on the Taliban and other armed groups

What two decades of ODI research can tell us about what happens next in Afghanistan

Insight into the kind of government the Taliban will impose and what that will mean for Afghan citizens, following the takeover of Kabul.

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  1. Changing social norms around age of marriage in Afghanistan: data on repression and resistance under the Taliban

    Research reports

  2. Ten traps to avoid if aid is to take context seriously

    Expert Comment

  3. What does it mean to take context seriously for rural differentiation? Lessons from Afghanistan

    Briefing/policy papers

  4. What does it mean to take context seriously for engaging in markets? Lessons from Afghanistan

    Briefing/policy papers

  5. What does it mean to take context seriously for village-level governance? Lessons from community development councils in Afghanistan

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. What does it mean to take context seriously for post-harvest processing and storage? Lessons from Afghanistan

    Briefing/policy papers

  7. What does it mean to take context seriously for credit and microfinance? Lessons from informal credit in Afghanistan

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. Ten traps to avoid if aid programming is serious about engaging with context: Lessons from Afghanistan

    Research reports

  9. There's no such thing as social cohesion! What aid actors need to understand about the social relations of displaced people

    Expert Comment

  10. Event recap: The humanitarian implications of a backlash on rights

    Expert Comment

  11. The nature of social cohesion? Lessons from relations between Afghan refugees and their neighbours in Pakistan

    Case/country studies

  12. The mental health crisis among Afghan women and girls

    Briefing/policy papers

  13. Pathways to tackling food insecurity

    Expert Comment

  14. Proposals for a safety net in Afghanistan: Developing humanitarian transfers for resilience

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Dear Prime Minister: a letter from the Advisory Group for a Global Summit for Afghan women and girls

    Expert Comment

  16. Position paper: Advisory Group for a Global Summit for Afghan women and girls

    Expert Comment

  17. Climate change, conflict and internal displacement in Afghanistan: 'We are struggling to survive'

    Case/country studies

  18. Supporting the mental health of refugees: lessons from the UK's Afghan resettlement scheme

    Expert Comment

  19. Adapting to fragility: Lessons from practitioners

    Research reports

  20. Lessons for peace: engaging with Afghanistan after four decades of conflict and one year of new Taliban administration

    Briefing/policy papers