Harpviken, Kristian Berg.
||Disconnected and discounted? : religious actors and civil society in post-2001 Afghanistan / Kaja Borchgrevink and Kristian Berg Harpviken, Kanishka Nawabi, Idrees Zaman and Mirwais Wardak, Arne Strand and Astri Suhrke.
||Oslo, Norway : International Peace Research Institute (PRIO), .
|| p. ; 30 cm.
||Summary: “There is no blueprint for how to engage with civil society in Afghanistan … This study, however, has established some commonalities, and it argues that everyone involved with supporting and strengthening civil society in Afghanistan, both national and international actors, ought to recognize religious actors and institutions as an integral part of civil socity.”—Conclusion (p. 4).
“International Peace Research Institute, CPAU, Chr. Michelsen Institute”—at head of title.
||Islam and civil society – Afghanistan.
Civil society – Afghanistan.
Afghanistan – Politics and government – 2001- .
||International Peace Research Institute (PRIO).
Cooperation for Peace and Unity (CPAU).
Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI).
||http://www.prio.no/sptrans/-33168128/Disconnected%20and%20Discounted_%202007.pdf (accessed 11 November 2010)