The SPIA Afghanistan Policy Lab aims to help build an inclusive, peaceful, and prosperous Afghanistan that represents all its citizens equally. Academic fellows from Afghanistan, who worked previously in support of U.S. government efforts there, will collaborate with members of Princeton SPIA’s academic community on policy relevant research. The fellows will also analyze and provide policy recommendations to address challenges from the evolving situation on the ground in Afghanistan including policies impacting humanitarian aid, women and girls, and national healing and reconciliation.
Join us at a virtual opening ceremony for the launch of the SPIA Afghanistan Policy Lab.
Founding Director, Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination (LISD)
Former Member of the Parliament of Afghanistan; Fellow, SPIA Afghanistan Policy Lab
Dean, Princeton School of Public & International Affairs (SPIA)
Amb. Daniel C. Kurtzer
Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel and Former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt
Professor of Politics and International Affairs; Director, Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination
Amb. Adela Raz
Afghanistan’s Former Ambassador to the U.S. & the U.N.; Director, SPIA Afghanistan Policy Lab