The Independent Human Rights Commission of Afghanistan organized a one-day seminar about the Constitution of Afghanistan on January 7, 2020.
The purpose of this seminar was to help participants get acquainted with the constitution of the country and its applicability in different spheres of life. Manager, Gender and Alumni Relations and students from different departments, including BBA, BCE, BCS, MBA, MIR, and LLB, participated in the seminar.
The program consisted of a panel discussion which comprised the following panelists:
- Dr. Zakia Adeli, Deputy Minister for Social Affairs, Ministry of Justice
- Mohammad Ayub Yousofzai, Commissioner, Independent Human Rights Commission
- Dr. Lutfurahman Sayeed, Professor, Kabul University
- Abdul Raof Herawi, member, Independent Commission for Monitoring the Implementation of the Constitution.
At the end of the panel discussion, the panel members had a Q&A session in which they provided answers to questions asked by students.
Mohammad Iqbal Yousafzai, an MBA graduate, said, “I sincerely thank Kardan University for today’s productive seminar. I have gained useful insights practicality into the Constitution of Afghanistan, and also had a chance to meet Kardan University alumni after a long time.”
“I wish the organizing team all the best for the great support and coordination they have had in this program,” said another participating student.
Kardan University hosts and organizes seminars and training workshops on essential topics for students to increase their general knowledge during the time they complete their degree programs.