Afghanistan revisited—Part I


In this podcast, MEDAM researcher Helena Hahn as well as other experts explore the situation in Afghanistan following the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. How are Afghans faring—within the country as well as in neighboring countries.

Rebecca Castermans

Four months after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the spotlights have dimmed. But as winter sets in and the new regime tightens its grip, what is the state of the country, its people, and the Afghans that have fled and are still looking for safety? In this two-part episode, we talk about the unfolding humanitarian crisis, how Afghan refugees are faring in neighbouring and other transit countries, and what the EU and the international communicate are doing to address it.

With Abdul Ghafoor Rafiey, founder and director of the Afghanistan Migrants Advice and Support Organization; Rene Taus Hansen, Afghanistan & Pakistan Department at the European External Action Service; and Helena Hahn, junior policy analyst in the European Migration and Diversity programme at the European Policy Centre.

Listen to the podcast's second part "Afghanistan revisited—Part II" here.


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