In this blog post, peace activist Malalai Habibi discusses women's inclusion in the Afghanistan peace process. She calls for action that paves the way for more participation from people from all walks of life in the peace process, to steer the country country towards a peaceful and inclusive future. Read more »
Malalai is part of the first Master ‘s cohort in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame concentrating on International Peace Studies. Previously, she supported peacebuilding, educational, and cultural activities with various entities such as the Afghanistan Embassy and Tehran Peace Museum in Iran and Herat University in Afghanistan. Her research focuses on governance, anti-corruption compliance and women’s inclusion in social and political spheres. She wrote her MA capstone project on women and their presence at the Afghanistan peace process. Most recently, she worked on women, peace, and security, anti-corruption compliance and the Afghanistan peace process in Washington DC.