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Poets discover Hazara while NATO fails to protect them from terrorists

Poets discover Hazara while NATO fails to protect them from terrorists

The works of one hundred twenty five internationally recognized poets from sixty-eight countries have been published in a 600 page multilingual anthology and collaborative poem. Titled Poems for the Hazara, it’s subject is the plight of the Hazara, one of the most persecuted political/ethnic groups in the world. The Hazara have suffered repeated acts of […]

What is driving the ongoing violence and prejudice against  minorities in pakistan?

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Swiss: Inaugural Exhibition of the Hazara Artist Mohsen Taasha Wahidi

There are three major rivers in Mohsen Taasha Wahidi’s life: the Kabul, which gives its name to his hometown, The Meno, which bathes the strip of land around Kassel (Germany) where it was held his most important exhibition, dOCUMENTA13, and Ticino. The latest is the river that gives its name to the canton in which […]

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Designed by prominent Hazara poet and journalist Kamran Mir Hazar.

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“I Am Hazara” the documentary screen on International Exile Film Festival in Sweden

by Laili Arozo This year’s International Exile Film Festival in Sweden screens 68 films from across the globe which ”strives to promote general discussions around “exile”, as well as protest against none-democratic forces and the injustices of the society.”, according to its official website. The festival will open with screening of a German- film Almanya […]

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Bamiyan: Rally against education apartheid in Afghanistan

Pashtunist government of Afghanistan wants to limit non-Pashtuns access to high education by regulating a new system for National Exam. Activists in Afghanistan call this as Afghan version of education apartheid. Hazara and Uzbek students are the primary target of the new regulation. Source:Kabulpress.org

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Researching Ethnic Politics in Afghanistan: Engagement or “Objectivity”?

Melissa Kerr Chiovenda. Assoc. Professor Bucknell University TheCESSBlogEditor@gmail.com Reports of protests in Afghanistan are often alarming. Major protests were staged in response to the accidental burning of Qurans on a United States military base, and also because a film mocking the Prophet Mohammad was released on YouTube, to give two examples. Such protests, which have […]

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Kabul: Hazara activists rally against Iranian regime

Today, dozens of Hazara activists rallied against Iranian regime in Kabul.

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Chain poem and a poetry anthology dedicated to the Hazara people

Hazara People Rights: We have started two new poetry projects dedicated to the Hazara people. Our projects are a chain poem and a poetry anthology. So far the following 59 poets from 35 countries have joined us: Luisa Vicioso Sánchez, Dominican Republic John Curl, USA K. SATCHIDANANDAN, India Alina Beatrice Chesca, Romania Angelee Deodhar, India […]

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Gole Badam Festival in Daykundi Province, the heart of Hazaristan

Three years ago the first Gole Badam Festival was held in Daykundi Province. In 2010 Hazara People International Network proposed to create this Festival in order to celebrate the almond tree’s florescence. Almonds are the main agriculture product in the Province and many families base their subsistence on it. While the rest of Afghanistan is […]

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