Geo-Political Security: Toward Global Responsibility for Afghanistan
Toward Global Responsibility for Afghanistan
Monash University's Faculty of Arts through the Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre, the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music and Performance, and the student-led Monash International Affairs Society have established partnerships with organisations in Afghanistan seeking to promote education of young people, inclusive peace, women's rights, human rights - particularly, rights to education, freedom of speech and freedom of musical expression.
Activity and engagement
Find out more about current activities and engagements with Afghanistan and Afghans at Monash demonstrating the global responsibility of the university in the international community to ensure human rights and education for all.
Meet our partners
Afghanistan National Institute of Music
”Music education and performance is vital in rebuilding a war-torn country and contributing to the establishment of a just and civil society.”
- Dr. Ahmad Naser Sarmast, Founder and Director, Afghanistan National Institute of Music
Monash International Affairs Society (MIAS)
The Monash International Affairs Society (MIAS) is a not-for-profit, apolitical, student-led organisation at Monash University that aims to bring together like-minded individuals with a passion for international affairs through our three pillars: Academics; Socials; and Model United Nations.
Afghans for Progressive Thinking (APT)
APT is a non-profit youth-led national organisation that works to promote peace and critical thinking among youth and children in Afghanistan.