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Effectiveness Review: Rights in Crisis Campaign Afghanistan

Effectiveness Review: Rights in Crisis Campaign Afghanistan

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Rights in Crisis Campaign Afghanistan Project Effectiveness Review
Oxfam GB Evaluation Date April, 2013 Publication Date December, 2013
Photo credit: Abbie Trayler Smith
Huub Sloot & Sharon Becker 
 
Associate Consultants, The Coalition Factory
 
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Acknowledgements
 
We would like to thank all Oxfam staff and other stakeholders of the Rights in Crisis Campaign who have participated in the interviews for this Evaluation, whether face-to-face in Kabul, or by Skype. We would also like to thank everyone who has provided us with information by email. We would specifically like to thank Claire Hutchings for her guidance and support throughout the evaluation process. Furthermore, we thank the RiC team members who have provided us with relevant information and documentation: Louise Hancock, Roslyn Boatman, Floortje Klein, Mariken Gaanderse, Shaheen Chughtai and Kate Hughes. We thank Louise Hancock as well for her logistical support and personal care during the field trip in Kabul and thank both her and Roslyn Boatman for their contribution to the workshops on defining the Outcome Statements and on the future strategic direction. For their contribution to the second workshop we would also like to thank Dimitrije Todorovic and Kate
O’Rourke.
Finally, we are grateful to our resource person Noorin Nazari, who has shared valuable insights, links and documents with us.
 
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Abbreviations
ACS
 Afghan Civil Society
ANSF
 Afghan National Security Forces
AOG
 Armed Opposition Groups
AP
 Afghan Parliament
APRP
 Afghan Peace and Reconciliation Process
AWN
 
 Afghan Women’s Network
 
BAAG
British and Irish Agencies Afghanistan Group
CSO
 Civil Society Organisation
EVAW
Eliminating Violence Against Women
GPF
 Global Performance Framework
HPC
 High Peace Council
ICB
 International Coordinating Body
ICG
 International Contact Group
MoD
 Ministry of Defence
MoFA
 Ministry of Foreign Affairs
MoI
 Ministry of Interior
MoWA
Ministry of Women’s Affa
irs
OGB
 Oxfam Great Britain
OIC
Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
PTRO
 Peace Training and Research Organisation
RiC
 Rights in Crisis
SSR
 Security Sector Reform
TCN
Troop Contributing Nation
ToR
 Terms of Reference
UNAMA
 United Nations Assistance Mission Afghanistan
VAW
 Violence Against Women
WPPRP
 
Women’s Participation in the Peace and Reconciliation Process
 
WR
 
Women’s Rights
 

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