WHO WE ARE
The Hazara Research Collective [HRC] is a global network of civil society members, journalists, activists, NGOs, scholars, researchers and students interested in analyzing, developing and sharing resources and information on the human rights situation of Hazaras worldwide.
The Collective is a grassroots, community-driven project that aims to build the foundations for more effective collaboration and knowledge-sharing on issues that affect the Hazara community within Afghanistan and Hazara refugees/diaspora around the world.
The HRC aspires to raise collective awareness, support engagement with and within the Hazara community, as well as strengthen relationships between diverse stakeholders in policy, media, academia, the private sector, and civil society worldwide.
- RESEARCH & KNOWLEDGE-SHARING
- INCLUSIVE DIALOGUE & UNDERSTANDING
- PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT & EDUCATION
RESEARCH & KNOWLEDGE-SHARING
The Collective aims to compile and analyze existing resources on the situation of Hazaras, identify relevant trends in data and literature, share important research findings, and support vibrant dialogue among policymakers, diverse stakeholders, and the general public. The HRC seeks to centre the diverse array of Hazara voices, while welcoming contributions, collaborations and perspectives from engaged persons and groups worldwide.
INCLUSIVE DIALOGUE & UNDERSTANDING
The Collective aspires to be a dynamic space for public dialogue and engagement with Hazara perspectives. We encourage inter-ethnic and interfaith dialogue with all segments of Afghan society and envision interactive conversations that convene established experts, emerging thought leaders, refugees, and grassroots civil society actors on the ground, in order to promote more inclusive and comprehensive discourse.
PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT & EDUCATION
The Collective welcomes meaningful engagement from all stakeholders interested in the history, culture, perspectives, issues and present-day realities of Hazaras. The HRC aims to support and facilitate ongoing conversations between researchers, advocates, refugees, journalists, scholars, international organizations, policy-makers and those working on the ground, in order to promote inclusive impact that is in touch with the diverse realities of the Hazara community.
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