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Afghan deputy foreign minister Mr Hekmat Karzai who visited Australia last week elaborates about his talks with the Australian officials as well as the prospects for peace in Afghanistan.

Bushfire safety in Australia

Australia is one of the most bushfire-prone lands in the world. With the temperature getting warmer as we're settling into summer, the risk of bushfires is getting higher. So, how do you prepare for bushfires and how do you stay safe? The answer...
The Human Rights Law Centre has urged the Turnbull government to evacuate refugees and asylum seekers from Manus Island and Nauru. Details can be heard here in Dari.
A report from our correspondent in Afghanistan
On the eve of the Human Rights Day, Sydney based lawyer Dr Nazir Daawar talks about the significance of the adoption of the Human Rights Declaration by the UN General Assembly 70 Years ago and explains the description of human rights in the...
An annual survey of teenagers in Australia finds mental health is the biggest issue confronting them. Details can be heard here in Dari.
Australia's embassy in Israel will remain in Tel Aviv despite the United States administration's decision to officially recognise Jerusalem as the capital. Details can be heard here in Dari.
A report from our correspondent in Afghanistan
The Australian Muslim Womens Centre for Human Rights (AMWCHR) is one of the many organisations in Australia that can provide advise to victims of domestic violence. We had a chat with Muzhda Zahir a representative of AMWCHR about various aspects...

The benefits of volunteering

Australia is a giving nation with almost six million people involved in volunteer work. Research shows that 96 per cent of those who donate their time for the greater good find more happiness in life. Details can be heard here in Dari.
The United Nations has launched a record appeal to help the tens of millions of people across the world in need of humanitarian aid.It hopes to raise 22.5 billion U-S dollars to support those affected by conflicts, natural disasters, epidemics and...
A report from our correspondent in Afghanistan
A new research by the Scanlon Foundation paints an even bleaker picture than first thought, with public sentiment that political leaders will do the right thing continuing to slide. Details can be heard here in Dari.
One in three women has experienced physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives. Family violence can affect anybody, but migrant women face additional barriers when they need to get help. Details can be heard here in Dari.
In an interview with the Dari program of SBS radio, the Afghan ambassador to Australia Mr Wahidullah Waissi talks about the purpose and benefits of a dialogue that has recently been launched between Australia and Afghanistan.